Yant Hanuman Kaew Nang Suwanmatcha: This Yant is suitable for those who want to be lucky in love as this Yant represents the gallant character of Hanuman flirting with one of his wife - Nang Suwanmatcha, who later becomes a mother of his son.
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Yant Pad Tid: This Yant represents the eight tips pointed to the eight directions which is believed that it can protect the wearer from hazards from all directions no matter where they are
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Yant Hanuman Tua Kao: This Yant portraits Hanuman is on the back of the lion marching King Rama army to fight. It is believed that those who wear this Yant can overcome all enemies, be immortal and succeed in lives and works.
Yant Mangkorn Bung Pai: Mangkorn means dragon and in this Yant the dragon is spelled to protect the wearers from all dangers and bad lucks.
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'Gao Yord' Tattoo also known as "9 Spires". The preferred place for this tattoo is usually the back of the neck. It is for good luck and protection. Its geometric design represents the 9 Sacred Peaks of Mount Meru and contains 9 symbolic images associated with Buddha. The Tigers Tattoo below it is for protection from evil, giving its owner strength and courage.