Kata for Amulets

All the Kata for amulets sold on Thailand-Amulets.net which we know will be published here, as well as in most of the product pages in the store where the amulet description is found for each amulet. This should serve as a reference place in case you lose your info, and also will help other who bought an amulet somewhere else, but were not given the Kata for chanting when they bought it. We hope that these pages prove useful to Devotees of Thai Buddhist amulets. We shall be adding as many Kata as we can find time for as the site develops, so please revisit here every month to see the new additions.

Kata for Amulets

(always chant ‘Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto, Sammaa Samputtassa’ 3 times first before beginning with any other Kata)

Kata Tagrud Jakkapadtirach – LP Phad (Wat Rai)

Iditi Bpiso Wisae Sae

I I Sae Sae Put Na Mae I

I Mae Naa Put Ta Dtang So I

I So Dtang Put Ta Bi Dti I

Kata Tagrud Dork Mai Sawan – LP Jamlong (Wat Panom Yong)

Bpiyo Taewa Manussaanang Bpiyo Prahmaa Manudt Dtamo

Bpiyo Naaka Subannaanang Bpinintariyang Na Maa Mi Hang

Putto Rak Krai Tammo Hlong Hlai Sangko Ruam Jai

Pra Rertai Putto

Kata Pra Khun Phaen Sanaeh Nang Plii

Chant Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 Times first

Then Chant;

Bpiyo Taewa Manussaanang Bpiyo Prahmma Namudtamo Bpiyo Naaka Subannaanang Bpinintriyang Namaa Mihang

Om Gaamadtinnang Gaama Dtammang Gaama Dtanhang Madt-Dtitaaya Aehi Maa Mae Sahassii Saebpijae Bpo So Sii Sae Sii Sae Sadtangmu Khaamukhae Mukhae Sadtang Chiwhaa Chiiwagabp-Bpo Mahittigo Na Saggodti Ja Wannae Dtu

Kata Jao Ngo Pha Luang Por Daeng Duang Sethee.

Manee Jindaa Sahassa Godti Tewaanang Amanussa Tewaanang Sammayajidtang mahaa Sammayajidtang Sappajidtang Ehi Aakajchandti Baritewandti
Manee Jindaa Biyang Bpanjatanang Yasang Taasaa Taasee Gomang Bpasandti Tiswaana Maadtaa Buddtang Wa Orasaa Sappechanaa Pahoo Chanaa Mahaa Manee Jindaa Ehi Puttang Bpiyo Tewamanussaanang Mahaa Jindaa Ehitammang Biyo Prahmanamudtamo Mahaa Manee Jindaa Ehisangkang Bpiyo Naakasubannaanang Bpinintriyang Namaa Mihang Putto So Pakawaa Tammo So Pakawaa Sangko So Pakawaa Intasinehaa Prahmma Sinehaa Isarasinehaa Raachaa Tewee Mandtree Ragkhang Jidtang Maranang Jidtang Mama

Kata Tagrud Pokasap – Pra Maha Surasak Wat Pradoo

Itaani Ehi Tanang Siri Pokaa Mahaa Sayo Ittiritti Chayya Chayyang Laapa Laapang Sittigammang Prasittime

Kata Taep Sariga Sitti Choke

Saarigaarisa Sagaranang Dtaawang Kaawaaraehi Ma Ma

Suwabodtago Ayang Raachaa Suwanna Wannaa

Saarigaa Janang Ma Hosigo Bpiyang Ma Ma

Ma Maedtaa A Garunaa U Sanaehaa Raacha Samana Idthee Bpurisa Gumaaro Gumareewaa

Nam Paa Siri Pokaa Namaa Sayo

Kata to Chant to Gumarn Tong Gao Prai Dtaanee amulet

(Na Mo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa 3 times first, as is the case for all amulets)

Jijeruni Jidt-dtamg Bpiyang Ma Ma Aehi Ma Ma Aehi Maa Maa

(ask for luck and wealth, good business and easy success).

Kata Jet Naree Pan Hlak

(Naree Jet Nang Gaew – seven ladies wrapped around pillar/Shiva lingam)
Gaam Malaamang Idthee Lingka Agandta Dtidt-Chaami Pantang Bpiyang Ma Ma
(once you have chanted, focus your mind on what you are wishing for).

Kata Sastra Gumarn Reng Ruay (Luang Por Tuam, Wat Sri Suwan)

(always chant to Triple Gem first with ‘Na Mo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa x3). Offer sweets, red drink and three incense sticks, or five incense sticks.

Ma A U Siwang Prahmmaa Ma A U Hamaa Jidt-dtang Maa Maa Siwang Prahmmaa Aakajchaahi Aehijidtang Bpiyang Ma Ma (3 times)

Kata Kochasri Pichai Songkram (Luang Phu Ka Long)

Singhanaatang Singhapalang Singhayaso Singhasadti Singhapahoo Idtimuli

Kata Pra Bua Khem/Pra Upakut (Pra Ajarn Waen)

Ubpakudto Ja Mahaa Thaero Ja Mahaa Thaerang Putta Jidtang Ja Mahaa Laapo Putta Tammo Ja Mahaa Laapang Putta Sangkang Ja Mahaa Sajjang Apilaapang Pawandtumae

Kata Pra Narai Dtwad Himapant (LP Ka Long)

Narai

Om Paech-Cha Narai Khab Say Sorn Pra Ram An Cheu Waa Prohmmaa Sapraayawaat Akkanaewaat Om Sataan Greung Toranee Greung Badaan Saarapat Greung Tua Lokaa Greung Swaaha Aega Naaraaya Ittibpaataanarawongsaa Aegasara Prahmmaadtutaadtu Samahaesu Taewo Taewa Naaraaya Wongsaa tawae Sorn Prohmmamaas Dtathae Wandtaa Dtarataayingsu Taewawae Awadtaa Raammawongsaa

Kata Khun Phaen Sanaeh Jantr (Luang Phu Naen)

Om Ma A U Na Ma Pa Ta Na Maedtaa Mo Garunaa Put Bpranee Taa Yin Dee Ya Aen Doo Bidaa Kam Choo Marndaa Bpongan Kroo Ajarn Ubpathamp Ya Ta Put Mo Na Na Mo Put Taa Ya Puttang Ruam Jidt Tammang Ruam Jai Sangkang Hlong Hlai Na Ma Pa Ta Na Sunamolo Ga Widtang Jidt-Dtang Pantang Bpiyang Ma Ma Swaaha (Chant 7 Times)

Kata for Luang Por Erp Palad Khik Amulets (Hua Chamot and other Palad Khik)

Palad Khik from Luang Por Erp of Wat Sum Gratay, is very well known and popular in the moment. The name of his latest and very successful Palad Khik, is ‘Palad Khik Hua Chamot.  The word ‘Chamot’ is a word used for either a mongoose or a ‘Musang’ (civet cat).

How to make Offerings

1. one bunch of flowers
2. 3 rolls of betel and areca nut
3. glass of water
4. one bunch of incense sticks (dont have to light)
5. one candle (dont have to light it)

* Note – numbers 1, 2 and 3 must be changed fresh again every Buddhist holy day

Kata Palad Khik Hua Chamot

Na Ma Pa Ta Na Dtae Su Dtae Mahaa Na Dtae Su Dtae
Nang Pokang Tusa Maani Nachaa Lee Dti Ja Pa Ga Sa
Gan Ha Nae Ha Ka Po Hang Pi Pa Sa Ra Ha Pa Na I

Kata Bucha Singh Phuchay

Na Ma Pa Ta Raachaa Bpurisang Bpuriso Naamae (then say the name of the person intended to attract – if there is no particular Man intended, then just say ‘all Men’).  – Ahang Bpasang Sangdti Apiwandtandti Bpiyang Ma Ma  Jidti Nimidti Aakajchaahi Dtiwadtappo (then once again, say the name of the person intended to attract – if there is no particular Man intended, then just say ‘all Men’) Aakajchaahi Maani Maa Maa Pantang Gan Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Bucha Mae Yua Mueang (LT Liang)

Om Gaama Dtanhaa Wipawa Dtanhaa Gaama Raaka Dtanhaa Madon Rammaa Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Aaraatanaa Phu Hneeb Sap (Lucky Crab amulet) – Luang Phu Nim

Puttang Tammang Sangkang Aaraatanaanang Ma A U – U Ma A A U Ma Saatu

Kata Bucha Takrut Rok Maew – Luang Phu Kambu

Ma A U Maa Ni Maa Maa
Maa Seur Khong Rao Maa Rak Rao Maa Haa Rao Maa Si Maa Maa

Kata Bucha Takrut See Maha Phuudt Sip Hok Chan (Pra Ajarn Surapat Sumeto)

Om Sanaeh Heuy Oi Gerd Sanaeh Dorl Manee Dong O. Yia Gaa Roey Yia La-Or Om Sahom Dtidt

Chant the Kata Three Times – Always face the East when Chanting. The Wicha See Maha Phuudt used in this Takrut is an Ancient Wicha of Angkor Wat of the Brahmans of that Time, who used it to Animate Hun Payont and other Prai effigies.

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