List of Important Buddhist Figures On Our Amulets

Here is a list of the Thai pendants we have – the important deities and other people and symbols, animals, and whatnot – we have on our amulets

Buddhist Figures

Buddha – Sathorn, Chinnarat, Emerald Buddhas, Somdej, other Unique Buddhas

Kwan Yin – the goddess of compassion. We have Kwan Yin riding a tiger, standing in a flowing gown, in the shape of Ganesha, etc.

Ganesha – Ganesh, the Hindu elephant god, the god of obstacles.

Shiva – father of Ganesh, also a Hindu god.

Garuda – the god of everything, the god of all gods – in Thai mythology.

Nong Kwak – the “money coming in” amulets.

Luang Phor Tuad – Thailand’s most famous monk.

Ajarn Jumnien – Thailand’s good luck monk.

Pra Biddar – Pidta, Bit Tar, Bid Ta – all valid ways to pronounce his name in English.

Luang Phor Klai – also a good luck and protection monk.

Lersi – an ascetic that gave away his possessions and followed Buddha.

Chu Chok – also an ascetic that gave away possessions to follow Buddha.

Nawagote – 9 headed millionaire… there were 9 people that were very rich and they gave away their possessions to follow Buddha.

Tigers – from Wat Tum Sua, Tiger Cave Temple.

Miscellaneous Symbols – Takrud, Hornet, Saliga love birds, etc.

Don’t forget, we have genuine blessed Buddhist bracelets from the temples as well as necklaces and yant cloths (yan flags).

If you are looking for a Buddha or other Buddhist figure to give as a gift to someone you know – shop with us first, we have authentic items and we give 10% back to the temple!

We have ongoing sales, so check back occasionally to see if there is anything you need on sale. In 2020, we will be having 3 main sales. One at the beginning of the year, one in Summer, and one at the end of the year before Christmas.

Click one of the below Buddhist figures to learn more and find amulets:

The Buddha – Happy Buddha – Jinaraj Buddha – Somdej Buddha

Kwan Yin – Ganesh – Nong Kwak – Luang Phor Tuad 

Jatukam Ramathep –  Thai Black Magic – Buddha Relics

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