Buddha nirvana

Phra Sitthata Racha Guman

Posted in Amulet,God Buddha,Katha Mantra by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Baby Buddha on Pang Prasoot
It mean to who want to be a brave and winner of the obstacles with success and to be No. 1 should worship this amulet.
When the Buddha was born,
there are lotuses on the ground and he pointed finger straight to the sky and said
“He will be the one who is good and honest in the world.
The left finger pointed to the floor that is it is the last of Buddha born and he will never born again.
Offering of 7 of white lotuses into a silver Thai tray.

Katha for Baby Buddha in the morning:
Namo x3
Ak Kho Ha Mat Mi Lo Kat Sa Chet Tho Ha Mat Mi Lo Kat Sa Set Tho Ha Mat Mi Lo Kat Sa A Ya Man Ti Ma Me Cha Thi Nat Thi Tha Ni Pu Nap Pha Wo Ti
Katha for worshiping Baby Buddha in the evening:
Ap Pa Ma The Na Sam Pa The Tha


Er Ke Fong

Posted in Amulet,Katha Mantra by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Jek Sim Ai kiew
Na Mo Tai Sue
Tai Pui Lieng Miang
Jeng Sae Yee Go Hong
Chai Seung Yee Go Hong
Po Sak Sue Oow Gim Ngeng Tai Po
Po Jang Chai Ko
Sue Gao Oow Gae Lai
Gao Oow Gae Lai
Aek Jit Khor Wing Worn Na Mo Metta
GaRuNa Choke Lab Wassana
BaRaMee Phor Poo Chao Yee Go Hong
Prod Pra Tan Ngern Thong
Choke Lab Gaew Hwan Rattana Manee
PraTan Khumm Sap Lam Ka Soo Ruen Ka Noi

Eper – Kali – Sheila Na Gig = Divine Passage of Good Luck ?

Posted in Amulet,Godess Buddha by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Carved representation of a naked woman squatting with her knees apart, displaying her vulva, shown as a vesica piscis or double-pointed oval.

Sometimes the figure presented the vesica with both hands or drew it open with one.

Sheila-na-gig figures appeared all over old Irish churches before the 16th century.

Many were still in place during the 19th century, but Victorian prudery defaced or destroyed large numbers of them.

Some have been found buried near the churches they once embellished.
Sheila-na-gig figures closely resembled the yonic statues of Kali which still appear at the doorways of Hindu temples, where visitors lick a finger and touch the yoni "for luck."

Some of the older figures have deep holes worn in their yonis from much touching.
The protruding ribcage on many examples of the sheila-na-gig imitates the figures of Kali as the death-goddess, Kalika, evidently remembered in Ireland as the Caillech or "Old Woman," who was also the Creatress and gave birth to all the races of men. Celts generally protected doorways with some female-genital fetish, which is why they settled on the horseshoe, classic Omega-sign of the Kalika.

In India it stood for the feminine cosmos within which Shiva ever performed his creative sexual dance, although he was assimilated to the Kalika and given her title of Destroyer.
Derivation of the term sheila-na-gig is obscure.

It meant something like "vulva-woman."

Gig or giggie meant female genitals and may have been related to the Irish "jig," from French gigue, in pre-Christian times an orgiastic dance.

In ancient Erech a gig seems to have been a holy yoni; the sacred harlots of the temple were known as nu-gig.

Diamond Shield

Posted in Amulet by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

This is one of a few greatest Mantras that deserves daily recitation.
If this’s done, you will be well-protected; all dangers even deadly ones will never come closer to you.


(Read from Left to Right)

I Ti Pi So

Bha Kha Wa A Ra Hang

Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ga Wi Dhu

A Nut Ta Lo Pu Ris

Sa Dham Ma Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha Dhe Wa Ma Nus Sa

Nang Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa


I Ti Pi So

Bha Kha WaA Ra Hang

Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na

Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ka Wi Dhu

A Nut Ta Lo

Pu Ris Sa Dham Ma

Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha

De Wa Ma Nus Sa Nang

Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa Ti


Lord Buddha is the Holy One, the Enlightened One, the Perfect One of all knowledges and conduct, the Well-Gone, the World Enlightener, the incomparable Supreme Teacher of gods and humans, and the Awakened and Blessed One.


(Read vertically from the top to the bottom, and from left to right)

I Ra Sha Kha Ta Ra Sa

Ti Hang Ja To Lo Dhi Nang

Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Budh

So Ma Na Ka Ris Dha Dho

Bha Sam Sam Wi Sa Dhe Bha

Kha Budh Pan Dhu Dham Wa Kha

Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa

A Wish Su Nus Sa Nut Ti

Sharing on how to DIY to purify/clean your new / old house

Posted in Ritual by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

The most common and simple way to purity the entire house either brand new or present staying house and what u can Do It Yourself by spending little of $.
For those unable to get monks for home blessing.

What u need to get:
2 new small red water pail
1.5 little of bot water x1
3 thai lemons
Best with Black color kemanyan 3 pcs
kemanyan holder x1
smallest pk of uncook rice (500g/1kg)
1/2 pk of unfine salt
1 to 3 pks of chinese prayer tea leaf

Choose morning timing to perform
Best is to look at the chinese lunar calendar for Auspicious hrs
Step 1:
Open up every windows in the entire house.

Step 2:
Light up all 3 kamuyam on the holder place on the central positional of the house.
If u not sure of position, can use your house floor plan.

Step 3:
mix well all 3 items rice, salt & tea leaf into 1 pail
start from standing facing the exit of the main door which standing position is inside the house. Sprinkle on the right 1st, which include every " Flooring Corners " in the entire house and ending at the left side of the exit of the main door and whatever left in the pail sparkle all out of the doorstep.
( Cleaning up the rice, salts & tea leaves will either in 1/2 day later or Best is next day. )

Step 4:
wash hand and follow step 5.

Step 5:
cut all 3 thai lemon into 9 slices.
mix with mineral water into the 2nd pail.
Sparkle all "Celing Corner" and whatever left over
optional can use to clean up the gate and the main door.
( u may use pomegranate leaves to sparkle )

Step 6 ( only for house u already stay in )
Light 9 incease sticks for house Buddha Bucha or
Light 12 incease sticks for chinese Gods Bucha.
End of the process.

Welcome to a new good luck house.
2 things to take note of
1. Pls noted that for New Housing before any prayer to the Earth Gods,
Pls DO NOT sleep overnight in the place.
2. Not suitable for barang prayer if your barang is at home.
( barang = spirits stuffs )

About Chinnabanchon

Posted in Amulet,God Buddha,Katha Mantra by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Chinnabanchon Katha

One of the most famous praying Katha of Thai.

This Katha was composed by Lanna monk

This Katha is an important Katha since Ayudhya period.

This Katha was later improved by Somdej Toh.

Somdej Toh was the 5th Somdej Phra Buddhacharn of Rattanakosin period.

This Katha can easily be found in Myanmar and Sri LangKa.

To pray Chinnabanchon Katha:

You should start to pray on Thursday

with 3 color flowers / 9 lotuses o/ jasmine necklace.
3, 5 or 9 incenses and

2 candles.

Recall for Buddhist 3 Gems.

Start with:

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma-Sambuddhassa

Cha Ya Sa Na Ka Ta

Phut Ta

Chay Ta Wa

Ma Lung

Sa Wa Ha Nung

Ja Tu Sat Ja Sa Pung

Ra Sung

Ya Pi Wing Su

Na Ra Sa Pa

Tun Hung Ga Ra Ta Yo Phut Ta

Ut Ta We Sa Ti

Na Ya Ga Sap Pay

Pa Tid Ti Ta

Mai Hung

Mut Ta Gay Tay

Mu Nis Sa Ra

See Say

Pa Tid Ti Toh

Mai Hung

Phut To

Thum Mo

Tha Wi Lo Ja Nay Sung Ko

Pa Tid Ti Toh

Mai Hung


SapPa Ku Na Ga Ro

Ha Ta Ya


A-Nu Rut To

Sa Ree Put Toh


Tak Ki Nay Kone Tun Yo

Pid Ti Pa Kut Sa Ming

Moke Kul La No


Wa Ma Gay

Tak Ki Nay

Sa Wa Nay

Mai Hung

Ar Sung

Ar Nan Ta Ra Hu Lo Gut Sa Po


Ma Ha Na Mo

U-Pa Sung

Wa Ma So Ta Gay

Gay Sun Tay

Pi Tid Pa Kut Sa Ming

Su Ri Yo


Pa Pung Ga Ro Ni Sin No

Si Ri Sam Pan No

So Pi Toh

Mu Ni Pung Ka Wo

Gu Ma Ra Gut Sa Po

Tay Ro

Ma Hay See

Jit Ta Wa Ta Go So Mai Hung

Wa Ta Nay Nit Jung

Pa Tid Tha Si

Ku Na Ga Ro

Pun No

Ung Ku Li Ma Lo


U-Pa Lee

Nan Ta See Wa Lee Tay Ra

Pun Ja


Cha Ta

Na La Tay

Tee La Ga

Ma Ma

Say Sa See Ti

Ma Ha Tay Ra

Wi Chi Ta

Chi Na Sa Wa Ga

A-Tay See Ti

Ma Ha Tay Ra

Chi Ta Wan Toh

Chi No Ra Sa Cha Lun Ta See La Tay Chay Na

Ung Ka Mung Kay Su

San Ti Ta

Ra Ta Nung

Pu Ra Toh

Ar Si

Tak Ki Nay

Met Ta Sut Ta Gung Tha Chut Kung

Put Cha Toh

Ar Si

Wa May

Ung Ku Li Ma La Gung

Kun Ta Mo Ra Pa Rit Tun Ja

Ar Ta Na Ti Ya Sut Ta Gung Ar Ga Say

Cha Ta Nung Ar Si

Say Sa

Pa Ga Ra Sun Thi Ta

Chin Na Na

Wa Ra Sung Yut Ta

Sat Ta Pa Ga Ra Lung Ga Ta Wa Ta Pid Ta Ti Sun Cha Ta

Pa Hi Rut Chut Tu Put Ta Wa

A-Say Sa

Wi Na Young

Yun Tu

A-Nan Ta Chi Na Tay Cha Sa Wa Sa Toh


Sa Kit Jay Na

Sa Tha

Sam Phut Ta Pun Cha Ray

Chi Na Pun Cha Ra Mut Chum Hi

Wi Ha Run Tung

Ma Hi Ta Lay Sa Ta

Pa Lane

Tu Mung



Ma Ha Pu Ri Sa Sa Pa

It Jay Wa Mon Toh

Su Kut Toh

Su Rak Ko Chi Na Nu Pa Way Na

Chi Tu Put Ta Wo Thum Ma Nu Pa Way Na

Chi Ta Ri Sung KoS ung Ka Nu Pa Way Na

Chi Tun Ta Ra Yo Sut Thum Ma Nu Pa Wa Pa Ri Toh

Chi Na Pun Cha Ray Ti

Rare Sivali JokBart

Posted in Amulet by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Material: Black-lacquer-based paste mixed with holy powder / coated with black lacquer & pasted with gold leaves

Wat ChanaSongkram, Early 2490s
Lots of professional collectors determined the age of the Wat ChanaSongkram’s Sivalis of some 80-90 years, that means they were made and blessed in mid-Ratanakosin period because of the trace of lacquering and gold-leaf pasting techniques, meanwhile some veteran professionals concluded that they were made and blessed in early 2490s by Phra DhamThasnathorn, the then Abbot of Wat ChanaSongkram.

The term "Sivali JokBart" (please see the pic below) means Sivali is having his meal which implies abundance of food and prosperity.
The above rare Sivali JokBart was made with a mixture paste of holy powder and

Chinese black lacquer, it was coated with pure black lacquer and topped with gold leaves.

The Sivali was blessed by many famous post-war Gurus, such as LP Phra DhamThasnathorn, Wat ChanaSongkram; LP Nak, Wat Rakang; LP Sod, Wat Paknam; PhraKru ArkomSunthron (Ma), Wat Suthas; ChaoKhun Sri (Sondh), Wat Suthas; Acharn Sa, Wat RajNadda; ChaoKhun Jia, Wat PhraChetuphon; PhraKru IndraSmacharn, Wat Indraram; Phra Kru VinaiSangworn, Wat Prayurawong; PhraKru VisitViharnkarn, Wat ChanaSongkram; etc.

LP Phra DhamThasnathorn was a senior great Dhamma-practice monk, he and LP Sod of Wat Paknam were close friends and respected each other for their ultra Dhamma practices.

LP Chong NangKwak + MaeBhosop

Posted in Amulet by buddhanirvana on April 24, 2010

Wat NatangNok, Early 2490s
The above amulet if looks hastily, it may be determined as a high-aged LP Niam’s stuff because it’s of lead-tin amulet and there is a hole for stringing on the top, but actually it’s of LP Chong’s, Wat Natangnok of early 2490s. LP Chong’s lead-tin amulet with a top hole can also be found in his lead-tin rian of which the front side is LP Chong half-body image and the reverse side is Phra SibDhas, but this is a late 2490s stuff.

The above rare lead-tin NangKwak and MaeBhosop was created & blessed by LP Chong in early 2490s.

Most of us know NangKwak very well, she is a god of Wealth & Fortune, meanwhile lots still don’t know MaeBhosop. MaeBhosop is a god of crops, one of her hand holding an ear of rice, she is the symbol of abundance and prosperity.

LP Chong has been highly respected as a top great Guru of the country, he was an expert of Buddhistic magics, attained ultra Dhamma, and widely admired as a Guru monk of great Metta; even LP Parn, Wat Bang Nomkho, had admired him as Golden monk. The two–LP Chong and LP Parn are close friends of each other, they have same teachers– LP Paan of Wat Pikul and LP Soon of Wat BangPlamoh.

LP Chong finished highest Dhamma of PatiSamphithaYarn, so he could shorten a long distance and reach any destination at a short time. LP Chong made amulets of many types, such as mini statues, Yantra jackets, Phayants, and medals of various types; all have been proved by people and soldiers in WWII for their high efficacies on Klaew Klaad and Metta.

LP Chong passed away at the age of 93 on Makha Boochar day of Feb 17, B.E. 2508, which hinted us his extremely great monkhood status.

Katha for Salika birds – sweeet talk begins

Posted in Amulet,Katha Mantra by buddhanirvana on April 23, 2010

People believe that a pair of “Salika” birds amulet is often associated with love, attraction of opposite sexes and good relationships.

The sweet talker being able to charm his companion or hosts.


Ohm Sa Nay Ma Ha Sa Nay

Ohm Na Met Tar-Ma Ha Met Tar

Ohm Na Met Tar

Tava Jit Tar


Mi Put Toh

Toh Bu Toh MI



How to Pray, Bio & Katha for Rahu

Posted in Amulet,God Buddha,Katha Mantra by buddhanirvana on April 23, 2010

Phra Rahu – the god of fate

Believed that will protect you from bad luck.
Rahoo Incantation


Na Mo 3x

Kata Suriya Phappa
Kussalay Toemama Kussalaytoetoe Lalamama
Toelamo Toelamomama Toelamomama
Toelamotang Hegutimama Heguti
Kata Chantra Phappa
Yattatangmama Tangtaya Tawatang
Mamatang Vatitang Sekamama
Kasekang Katiyangmama Yatika


In Hindu mythology, Rahu is a snake that swallows the sun or the moon causing eclipses.

He is depicted in art as a dragon with no body riding a chariot drawn by eight black horses.

Rahu is one of the navagrahas (nine planets) in Vedic astrology. The rahu kala is considered inauspicious.
According to legend, during the Samudra manthan, the asura Rahu drank some of the divine nectar.

But before the nectar could pass his throat, Mohini (the female avatar of Vishnu) cut off his head. The head, however, remained immortal.

It is believed that this immortal head occasionally swallows the sun or the moon, causing eclipses.

Then, the sun or moon passes through the opening at the neck, ending the eclipse.
Astronomically, Rahu and Ketu denotes the two points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as they move on the celestial sphere.

Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes.

The fact that Eclipses occur when Sun and Moon are at one of these points gives rise to the myth of the swallowing of the Sun.
In Buddhism Rahu is one of the krodhadevatas (terror-inspiring gods).

In Thailand Rahu will readily devour all of your bad luck or even neutralise the bad luck and spit out good luck and fortune to you if you pray or offer to it.

The best day to offer Rahu is every wednesday after sunset and offering items must be all in black.

There are 8 kinds of black sacrificial offering food to worship Phra Rahoo.
Black chicken

means dig and well-trading.
ABC Beer

means well-investment.
Black coffee

means fulfillment.
Grassjelly (Chao-Kwuay)

means calmness and carefulness.
Black peanut

means prosperity.
Black sticky rice

means frugally finance, family and love.
Thai dessert Kanom Piek Poon

means good luck.
Preserved egg

means successful connection.

Rahu Om Chan

No. 7

Ceylon Rd

Singapore 429603

Tel: 63453707

Ceylon Rd is near to Katong Laksa

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