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Yant a pair of Salika Birds image for sweet tongue.
100% Authentic from temple
Name: Yant Salika
From: Kruba Kritsana of Wat Pa Mahawan, Nakhon Ratchasima province
Color/ Presented: White / Salika Birds image with magical incantations.
Size: 28.5 cm x 39 cm
Year: C.E. 2006 (B.E. 2549)
Purpose for making: Require donation of money for developing the temple.
Ceremony: Kruba Kritsana has been crated and blessed properly by him.
Powerful: People believe that a pair of “Salika” bird’ imgae is often associated with love, attraction of opposite sexes and good relationships.
The method for keep or place Yant (cloth with magic):
1. Please keep this Yant at your home or other place for worship and protection your family. You can hang this Yant on the wall or place on altar or shelf.
2. Please hang this Yant under the Buddha image.
Biography of KB Kritsana:
For decades, Phra Kruba Kritsana has been become a monk under Phra Kruba Pu (who has been very well-known in North of Thailand) and followed hin on Tudong to Cambodia and laos. KB Kristsana spent 10 years studying Buddhist holy texts and practiced meditation in the forests located in NE Thailand.Phra. kruba is one of the best-known in present day who is a guru master of unique amulet style.
Kruba Kritsana of Wat Pa Mahawan, Nakhon Ratchasima province was born in 1st August 1954. He was ordained as monk in 27th October 1979. He has been becomes a monk under Phra KruBa Pu who has been very well-known in North of Thailand and he followed Phra KruBa Pu on Tudong to Cambodia and Laos. Kruba Kritsana spent 10 year studying Buddhist holy texts and practiced meditation in the forests located in NE Thailand. Kruba Kritsana is one of the best-known in present day who is a guru master of unique amulet style.
In 2532, Kruba dwelt in a cave above the Moonbon Dam in Khonburi. After 3 years, the local local people became aware of a great monk that was residing in the area, requested that he move back to the forest, and construct a new temple, Wat Pa Mahawan.
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