The Hanuman Sak Yant Tattoo (The Monkey God) Hanuman is the Hindu mythical Monkey God in the time of Rama and is invincible and has powers far greater than humans, including the ability to fly.
The three heads represent three major Gods in Hindu mythology. BRAHMA , VISHNU AND MAHESH. Brahma is the CREATOR, Vishnu is the KEEPER and Mahesh is the DESTROYER.. The three headed elephant is of Buddhist/Hindu origin (Airavata or Erawan).
Yant mangkorn This Yant offers protection from physical harm and also from the bad influence of others. ... The crocodile is another Yant that signifies strength and power.
Rahu is a force of Vedic Astrology and has semi-demonic qualities that cause him to be both revered and feared as a bringer of “darkness” – he swallows the sun and moon. Seen as vengeful.
Yant thaerawad The crocodile is another Yant that signifies strength and power. The crocodile has been around for 50 million years so it also has tremendous endurance. ... The crocodile skin is very tough and therefore not easy to penetrate, so the crocodile Yant offers protection against knives or swords.
The meaning of closed eyes Buddha is to be indifferent to all external temper and emotions. Some experts believe that is a form of evolution through the transformation of the God of Fortune, or Sangajayana.
Phra Pidta Effect: Thai people believe that by carrying this type of amulet might balance his/her internal emotions to be stable, and to bring unexpected fortune and wealth!
Ganesha is a Hindu God who enjoys great popularity in Thailand. It is said that he has the ability to clear the way of obstacles. On the other hand, he is also able to place obstacles in the way of man who not pay homage to him. In addition, he is regarded as god of dance and as a good lover and is worn by many people as a symbol of protection.
Yant Phaya Tao Ruen. This yant is believed to support wearers to be lucky in every aspect of life.