SAK YANT, YANTRA, BUDDHA, THAI, TATTOO, BAMBOO, THAILAND.

WISDOM

      SAK YANT YANTRA TATTOO                 

W

 BANGKOK THAILAND

ISDOM

  

W

 

∞ 

ONLINE

BOOKING

∞ 

GOOGLE

LOCATION

∞ 

YAK SANT

YANTRA TATTOO

ENCYCLOPEDIA

∞ 

WISDOM BANGKOK

THAI THAILAND BANGKOK TATTOO TATOO TAT INK TEMPLE MONK TRADITIONAL

TATOO DESIGN BAMBOO magic magical tatoo tats travel reservation monk 

THAI THAILAND BANGKOK TATTOO TATOO TAT INK TEMPLE MONK TRADITIONAL

TATOO DESIGN BAMBOO magic magical tatoo tats travel reservation monk 

THAI TATTOO TEMPLE MONK TRADITIONAL TATOO DESIGN THAILAND

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

GTZ

2

VOC

2

0

1

9

∞ 

T

T

T

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

S

S

SAK YANT

S

Y

S

Y

Y

S

A

A

K

K

A

A

A

A

N

N

N

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

SAK YANT

S

S

SAK YANT

S

Y

S

Y

Y

S

A

A

K

K

A

A

A

A

N

N

N

T

T

T

T

I

T

S

N

T

K

K

YANTRA

A

A

A

A

Y

Y

Y

A

A

A

N

N

T

R

R

T

∞ 

∞ 

∞ 

∞ 

∞ 

∞ 

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

WISDOM

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

 SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

 SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

GUARDIANS OF TRUTH &

WISDOM

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

 SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK

WISDOM

     SAK YANT YANTRA BANGKOK      

KrungThep Mahanakorn, 2562.

Bangkok Thailand.

Suan Plu, Sathon / Silom District, 2019.

Sak Yant, Yantra Tattoo, inspired on Buddha and Buddistic Khmer Realms.

 

 

 ∞ Masters of Yantra.

 ∞ Wisdom Sak Yant & Yantra Bamboo Tattoo.

 ∞ Tattooing inspired by Lord Buddha & Buddistme.

 ∞ Authentic & Original Yantra, Sak Yant by Real Adjarn.

 ∞ Our Tattoos are only done by Adjarns.

∞ Adjarns are Masters of Yantra & Sak Yant.

∞ The Adjarns of Wisdom are licenced by the Autorities.

∞ Our Adjarn Poneak is trained by the famous Thai Adjarn & Monk ..name..

∞ Adjarn อ.เอ้ สาธุฯ. is a Adjarn from the famous 'Wat Bang Pra", and has years of experience.

 ∞ Thai & Khmer Alphasyllabary, Indian Script, Devanagari on Request. 

 ∞ Wisdom Bangkok Yantras & Sak Yant are usually deverted from the Khmer Script.

 ∞ Khmer Script Yantra & Yak Sant as seen with Angelina Jolie and popular in the Western World.

 

 ∞ Wisdom Yantra & Yak Sant Authentic Tattoo Bamboo, The Location.

The Rise of Thailand as a newly Industrialised Economy and eager to be part of the new 'Bangkok Dream' Companies from all over the World, Chinese, Japanese, European & American want to be located in the Business Area of Sathon District, Silom turned into Thailand's major Financial Centre filled with Banking Institutions, Corporate High-rises and Luxury Condominiums.

 

At night, Silom turns into the place to be.

 

It is a vibrant area that can be a little hard to describe..

In the sense that it has become one of Bangkok's most Cosmopolitan Streets as well,

one of the Sleaziest, with Bars, Massage, Restaurants & Clubs for Boys 'nd Girls.

You will find it all in Silom, Bangkok.

Nowadays Silom can Compete with Cities like NewYork, Madrid & Amsterdams Nighlife.

In contrast to the Skybuildings & Hectic of Silom, within a 10 Minute Ride from BTS & MRT,

hop in a TukTuk or for the Faint of Heart a Ride on One of the Numerous Motorbike Taxis.

 

This Magic words will work: "Phom Pai Thii SuanPlhu Thalaat Kap, Loi Nung Bath Daai Mai Kap."

For about a 100 Bath on a Motorbike he will take you there.

Across the Police Station, inside the Authentic Thai Market, 'SuanPlu Thalaat',

where you can find dozens of Small Authentic Thai House Shops with the most

Delicious Foods, Handcrafts, Cheap Clothes, Travel Gear for Thai Prices,

Wisdom Yantra & Sak Yant, Authentic Thai Bamboo Tattoo is Found.

Please, do make an Appointment before Knocking on our Doors.

∞ European, American, Hygenic Standard.

∞ Clean and Hygienic Conditions at all Time.

∞ Single Use Gloves worn by the Adjarn and Others.

∞ Sterile Packing opened prior to Starting the Ritual.

∞ English, German, Dutch, Spanish, French, Chinese, Thai.

∞ Our International Staff will Help, give Advice & Translate for the Adjarn.

∞ Choose Your Sak Yant yourself, ask us for Advice & Help, our let your Faith decide.

∞ Wisdom Bangkok Yantra & Sak Yant, works only with White Magic Yantra inspired on Buddism.

Yantra & Sak Yant a Sacret Mission for your Innerself.

The Rules,

1. One must be Willing or Trying to Accept Buddha or The Good Way.

2. One must not eat Meat 3 days before Receiving Yantra. ( 5 Days even better. )

4. One must Travel for Adventure, Backpacking, Life Enrichment, that kind of Travel.

Do not forget, Travel is the only thing one can buy that makes one Richer.

5. One must Donate 10% to a Tempel or Homeless Kids Plan.

Please,

Be of legal Age, 21, or have written permission from their Parent / Guardian.

Be Silent, dont wear your Swimsuit or Bikini and how Respect during Yantra.

Please do not speak with the Adjarn, he is focused & in Meditation.

Be on Time, the World is does not Wait for you & do not Rush.

Be Sober & Clear during Yantra, do not be Intoxicated.

Keep your voice down, not use Phones, not walk with shoes inside.

You can bring your Friend, Partner or Colleage for Support :)

Wisdom YakSant & Yatra's  International Staff will Help, Relax & Support you on your Quest.

BOOKING IS EASY:

Online Booking of your Yak Sant & Yantra Tatoo, made super easy with our AI Booking System.

Check, Adjust, Extent. Make the Perfect Timed Reservation in between your Travels. 

 

Reservations & Bookings Online with The Infinity AI, Easy, Accurat & Fast.

Kind Regards & Happy Travels,

Wisdom Yantra & Sak Yant Tattoo.

∞ Sak Yant from Adjarns of Wisdom Yantra are Authentic.

∞ The Khmer Script is not easy to Master, it takes years of Devotion.​

Bioherby.de

Jiaogulan, Tee, kaufen

dildokopen.eu

dildo kopen

parkamsterdam.eu

park amsterdam

jiaogulantee.eu

jiaogulantee kaufen

toursamsterdam.eu

tours amsterdam

amsterdamtour.eu

amsterdam tour

amsterdamcanalcruise.eu

amsterdam canalcruise

 

Sak-Yant-Designs.jpg

Kwam Chalaat

ORIGINAL BUDDHIST SAK YANT TATTOOING BY A REAL MONK

ORIGINAL BUDDHIST SAK YANT TATTOOING BY A REAL MONK

ความฉลาด

ความฉลาด

WISDOM 

ความฉลาด

WISDOM 

ORIGINAL

YAK SANT

 TATTOOS

YANTRA KHMER.

Welcome to Wisdom Yantra Sak Yant Tattooing.

What we offer:

W

The best Yantra, Sak Yant Tattooing Artist in Asia, He is Ajarn,

so your Tattoo will be Sak Yant and not Tattoo. His work is truly amazing.

You can choose your Yantra, or your Yantra will be chosen.

Please do reseach on your personality & Yantra Colors.

You have to follow rules before receiving the Yantra:

1. One cannot eat meat for 5 days, before recieving Yantra.

2. One cannot have sex for 3 days, before recieving Yantra.

3. One must be Good of Hearth.

4. One must be Kind and Compassionate.

5. One must have the will for Knowledge.

6. After Receiving Yantra one must follow the 5 Rules of the Buddha.

Read more about Sak Yant here.

Or make a Online Booking here.

Bless for all.

Peter.

Yak-San-Tattoo_angelina_2.jpg

Angelina Joli

Different Ajarn,

as you can see the detail is totally different.

NOTE: Same Yantra's, left and right.

See the difference?

Yak-Sant-Tattoo-Bangkok.jpg

 Work of our Ajarn,

The Detail in every Character is Amazing.


NOTE:
Reushi is an englighted person, not a who practice magic. "It is believed that Lord Buddha was a prince of a rich royal family. Who left all that behind him on the journey of enlightenment and became a Lersi / Ruesi." Sak Yan or Sak Yant has many rules and cannot be used for evil or black magic. One has to follow the 5 Rules of the Buddhist.
As spoken by Ajarn: "The purpose of a Sak Yant is to provide a Magical Blessing with a intention that should generally have a compassionate nature. "Magical Blessing," also can also be translated as: "Knowledge". Many Buddhist and Ajarns received their Sak Yant from their Master after completing their years of Meditation and learing from the Sanskrit books, etc. The Asian communities consider this magic "read:knowledge" to be powerful and once given in the blessing requires commitment on behalf of the student to be maintained (nothing comes for free after all).   So to ensure that the power of the magic lasts, the person with the Sak Yant must lead a good life and be a good person, or else the power of the Yant will fade.  The bottom line is  .... Only good people can benefit from the Power of the Sak Yant." Or one can read: Just like in these times: Knowledge is the key. Also fact is that many "Sak Yant" tattoo's are done by non-Monks or non-Ajarns, one can not call the tattoo "Sak Yant" in that case, but one should call it: Tattoo. There are many misunderstandings about this Sacred and Ancient form of practicing Buddhistme.

The purpose of a Sak Yant is to provide a Magical Blessing with a intention that should generally have a compassionate nature.  The Asian communities consider this magic to be powerful and once given in the blessing requires commitment on behalf of the student to be maintained (nothing comes for free after all).   So to ensure that the power of the magic lasts, the person with the Sak Yant must lead a good life and be a good person, or else the power of the Yant will fade.  The bottom line is  .... Only good people can benefit from the Power of the Sak Yant.

About Yak Sant Tattoos.

 

Yak Sant are Buddhist inspired tattoos,

Tattoo's based on Yantra, the most famous Yantra is the Flower of Live. 

Phi is diverted from The Flower of Live. Mathematics are diverted from Yantra's as the where adopted by Islamic Scientist, ALGEBRA is acutally an ancient form of Yantra Geomerty. 

Knowledge: 

Leonardo da Vinci studied the Flower of Life and its mathematical properties. He drew the Flower of Life and various components such as the Seed of Life. In his artwork, da Vinci drew geometric figures and forms such as the platonic solids, a sphere, a torus and many more as well as the Golden Ratio of Phi. These are diverted from Yantra Geometry.

 

Yantra tattooing with Khmer Symbols, as Khmer Symbols are copied from the book of Sanskrit,  is a form of tattooing originally introduced of the Khmer Empire which influenced much of its culture in the region during its reign. It consists of sacred geometrical, animal and deity designs accompanied by Pali phrases that offer power, protection, fortune, charisma and other benefits for the bearer.

 

Sak means tattoo in Thai and Khmer, while Yan and Yoan are the Thai and Khmer pronunciation for the Sanskrit word yantra, respectively,a type of mystical diagram used in Dharmic religions. (Buddhism, Hindi, Daoism.)

WIKIPEDIA:

Sak Yan designs are normally tattooed by ruesi (the Thai form of rishi), wicha (magic) practitioners, and Buddhist monks, traditionally with a metal rod sharpened to a point (called a khem sak).

An Ruesi is not a Wicha, but an englited person:

"It is believed that Lord Buddha was a prince of a rich royal family. Who left all that behind him on the journey of enlightenment and became a Lersi / Ruesi."

 

But, The Khmer Empire as we know,

copied their religion from India, from the book Sanskrit.

 

The Religion of Sanskrit equals Buddisme. Believe in Good & Karma.

 

Yantra is a form of Meditation & Prayer.

Yantra

Yantra (यन्त्र) (Sanskrit) (literally "machine, contraption"[1]) is a mystical diagram, mainly from the Tantric traditions of the Indian religions. They are used for the worship of deities in temples or at home; as an aid in meditation; used for the benefits given by their supposed occult powers based on Hindu astrology and tantric texts. They are also used for adornment of temple floors, due mainly to their aesthetic and symmetric qualities. Specific yantras are traditionally associated with specific deities.

Yantra tattooing

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jump to navigationJump to search

A simple sak yan nine spire (kao yot) tattoo

Yantra tattooing (Thai: สักยันต์ RTGS: sak yan[1]Khmer: សាក់យ័ន្ត sak yoan; Burmese: တက်တူးထိုး) is a form of tattooing originally introduced by Khmer people of the Khmer Empire which influenced much of its culture in the region during its reign. It consists of sacred geometrical, animal and deity designs accompanied by Pali phrases that offer power, protection, fortune, charisma and other benefits for the bearer. These days, it remains popular in CambodiaThailand, and also in Laos and Myanmar (Burma). Sak means tattoo in Thai and Khmer, while yan and yoan are the Thai and Khmer pronunciation for the Sanskrit word yantra respectively,[2] a type of mystical diagram used in Dharmic religions.[3]

Sak yan designs are normally tattooed by ruesi (the Thai form of rishi), wicha (magic) practitioners, and Buddhist monks, traditionally with a metal rod sharpened to a point (called a khem sak).[4]

Contents

History[edit]

Tattoos believed to offer protection and other benefits have been recorded everywhere throughout both mainland Southeast Asia and as far south as Indonesia and the Philippines.[5]. Over the centuries the tradition spread to what is now CambodiaLaosThailand, and parts of Myanmar.[6]While the tradition itself originates with indigenous tribal animism, it became closely tied to the Hindu-Buddhist concept of yantra or mystical geometric patterns used during meditation. Tattoos of yantra designs were believed to hold magic power, and were used much like the kolam tattoos of India. For these people, religion is closely tied to the notion of magic, health, and good fortune.[7]

The script used for yantra designs varies according to culture and geography. In Cambodia and central Thailand, Cambodian Khmer script is used, while in northern Thailand one sees yantra tattoos bearing Shan, northern Thai, or Tai Lu scripts, and in Laos the Lao Tham script is employed.[8] The script spells out abbreviated syllables from Pali incantations. Different masters have added to these designs over the centuries through visions received in their meditations. Some yantra designs have been adapted from pre-Buddhist shamanism and the belief in animal spirits that was found in Southeast Asia and incorporated into Thai tradition and culture.

 

Meaning[edit]

Yantra tattoos are believed to be magic and bestow mystical powers, protection, or good luck.[4] There are three main effects of a yantra tattoo. One is that which benefits the wearer, such as making them more eloquent. Another is that of protection and to ward off evil and hardship. This is commonly used by military personnel, police, taxi drivers, gangsters and others in perceived dangerous professions. Another type is that which affects people around the wearer, such as invoking fear. The tattoo only confers its powers so long as the bearer observes certain rules and taboos, such as abstaining from a certain type of food.[5]

It is believed that the power of sacred tattoos decreases with time. So to re-empower them each year, sak yan masters celebrate with their devotees the Wai Khru ritual. Wai khru means "pay homage to one's guru". In Thailand, the most impressive Wai Khru is held at the temple of Wat Bang Phra.[9]

Sak yan designs are also applied to many other media, such as cloth or metal, and placed in one's house, place of worship, or vehicle as a means of protection[citation needed] from danger or illness, to increase wealth, and to attract lovers. In recent years Hollywood celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, whose tattoos were inked by Ajahn Noo Ganpai in Thailand, have made them popular among women.[10]

However a modern movement in Thailand seeks to progress away from their animistic past. As part of this movement, many modern-day Thais view yantra tattoos as nothing more than good-luck symbols that are stylish.[11]

Types and designs[edit]

There are many traditional types and designs of yantra tattoos, but some of the most well-known and popular include:

  • Ong Phra (Thai: องค์พระ; translation: Buddha's body) - one of the most commonly used elements in Yantra tattooing, but can also be a more complex standalone design. Meant to provide insight, guidance, illumination, etc.

  • Ha-thaeo (Thai: ห้าแถว; translation: five rows) - Typically tattooed on the back left shoulder. Each of the five lines relates to a different blessing for success and good luck.

  • Kao-yot (Thai: เก้ายอด; translation: nine spires) - typically tattooed on the center top of the back in various sizes and levels of complexity. Simple version pictured at the top of this article.

  • Si-yot (Thai: สี่ยอด; translation: four spires) - to influence the feelings or actions of others and protect the bearer.

  • Paet-thit (Thai: แปดทิศ; translation: eight points) - represents protection in the eight directions of the universe. Round shape; typically tattooed on the center of the back. Pictured in gallery below.

  • Sip-thit (Thai: สิบทิศ; translation: ten points) - a version of paet-thit, but protects in ten directions instead of eight.

  • Maha-niyom (Thai: มหานิยม; translation: great preference) - to grant the bearer favor in the eyes of others. Round shape; typically placed on the back right shoulder.[12]

  • Yot Mongkut (Thai: ยอดมงกุฎ; translation: spired crown) - for good fortune and protection in battle. Round shape; typically tattooed on the top of the head.

  • Panchamukhi (Thai: ปัญจมุขี; translation: five Deva faces) - intended to ward off illness and danger.[13]

  • Suea (Thai: เสือ; translation: tiger) - typically depicts twin tigers. Represents power and authority.

Locations[edit]

Many internet sites recommend Thailand as the place to attain the most refined ritual tattoos and consider the country as the most popular for learning this art. Every year, hundreds of foreigners in search of original and magical tattoos come to Thailand to have their tattoos done.[14] In Southeast Asia, Thailand is by far the country with the highest number of devotees.

  • One of the most famous temples in the present day for yantra tattooing is Wat Bang Phra in Nakhon Chai Si DistrictNakhon Pathom Province, Thailand. Ajaan Noo Kanpai, perhaps the most famous practitioner of sak yan in Thailand, trained here.

  • One well-known temple in northern Thailand is Wat Nhong Khem (khem means needle).[15] It is in San Patong just outside Chiang Mai and was home to the late sak yan master Phra Ajaan Gamtawn, who died in Chiang Mai on 14 September 2010. This temple no longer applies tattoos.[16]

  • Opened in 2015 Sak Yant Chiang Mai is a co-operative of 8 different Sak Yant Masters (both Monks and Ajarns) that provide hygienic conditions, standardized pricing and staff to explain and guide you through the protocols of the Sak Yant experience.

Controversy[edit]

While tattoos in the west are largely a matter of aesthetics, in Thailand they are imbued with both spirituality and superstition. The designs, lines of script, geometric patterns and animal shapes, are deeply interwoven with Buddhist and animist imagery that some Thais fear Westerners fail to appreciate.[citation needed] Tattoos of religious deities are problematic, especially if they are below the waist. In Southeast Asian culture, the head is the most sacred part of the body. The further down the body, the less sacred, and foreigners with religious figures inked on their legs have caused upset. On the main highway into Bangkok from Suvarnabhumi Airport, 15-metre-wide billboards declare "It's wrong to use Buddha as a decoration or tattoo". Some groups want a complete ban on any tattoos of religious figures.[17]

Gallery[edit]

  •  

    Yan Paet-thit

  •  

  •  

    Hlwong Pi Nan tattooing at Wat Bang Phra Temple

  •  

  •  

    Hlwong Pi Pant tattooing a yan in Ang Thong Province.

  •  

  •  

    Devotee of Wat Bang Phra covered in sak yant

  •  

  •  

    Sak yan, Nakhon Pathom

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "สักยันต์". thai-language.com. Retrieved 2015-02-05.

  2. ^ http://www.sak-yant.com/archive/108yant/

  3. ^ Monier-Williams, Monier (1899), A Sanskrit-English Dictionary, Delhi

  4. Jump up to:a b http://www.thaiguidetothailand.com/magic-and-superstition/sak-yant-magic-tattoo/

  5. Jump up to:a b Lars Krutak. Spiritual Skin: Magical Tattoos and Scarification. Reuss. ISBN 9783943105117.

  6. ^ Cummings, Joe, (2011) Sacred Tattoos of Thailand: Exploring the Magic, Masters and Mystery of Sak Yan, Marshall Cavendish.

  7. ^ Drouyer, Isabel Azevedo; Drouyer, Rene, (2013) Thai Magic Tattoos, The Art and Influence of Sak Yant, Riverbooks editions.

  8. ^ http://www.sacredtattoosofthailand.com

  9. ^ Drouyer Isabel; Drouyer, Rene. Thai Magic Tattoos The Art and Influence of Sak Yant. River Books, 2013, p.99.

  10. ^ http://www.sacredtattoosofthailand.com

  11. ^ "Tattoo Chiang Mai - Your destination in northern Thailand". thai.tattoo. Retrieved 2017-04-02.

  12. ^ http://www.sak-yant.com/?page_id=2150

  13. ^ http://www.sak-yant.com/?page_id=2153

  14. ^ http://www.tattoos-tattoos.com/book-preview.html

  15. ^ http://northernthailand.com/a/en/chiangmai-cultural/tattoos/214-sak-yat-at-wat-kheam.html

  16. ^ http://www.thaiguidetothailand.com/magic-and-superstition/phra-ajarn-gamtorn-sak-yant-chiang-mai-r-i-p/

  17. ^ Thibaut, Marion (2015-05-18). "The sacred side of Sak Yant". The Nation. Agence France-Presse. Retrieved 18 May 2015.

Further reading[edit]

  • Chean Rithy Men. "The Changing Religious Beliefs and Ritual Practices among Cambodians in Diaspora", in Journal of Refugee Studies. Vol. 15, No. 2 2002, pp 222–233.

  • Cummings, Joe. Sacred Tattoos of Thailand: Exploring the Masters, Magic and Mystery of Sak Yan. Singapore, 2011.

  • Drouyer, Isabel; Drouyer, Rene. Thai Magic Tattoos The Art And Influence of Sak Yant. Ed. River Books, 2013.

  • Drouyer, Isabel, René Drouyer. "Tatouages Sacrés, Thaïlande, Cambodge, Laos et Myanmar. Un tatouage peut-il changer votre vie?". Paris, Soukha Editions, 2017.

  • Harris, Ian. Cambodian Buddhism: History and Practice. Honolulu, 2008.

  • Igunma, Jana. "Human Body, Spirit and Disease; the Science of Healing in 19th century Buddhist Manuscripts from Thailand", in The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Universities. Vol. 1, 2008, pp. 120–132.

  • Rivers, Victoria Z. "Layers of Meaning: Embellished Cloth for Body and Soul", in Jasleen Dhamija, Asian Embroidery. New Delhi, 2004, pp. 45–66. ISBN 81-7017-450-3.

  • Swearer, Donald K. Becoming the Buddha: the Ritual of Image Consecration in Thailand. Princeton, 2004.

show

Tattoos and Tattooing

Categories

devanagari

Yantra-of_life_flower.jpg
devanagari-alphabet.gif
Yak-San-Sun-East-West-Noth-South.jpg

I, myself am a fan of Original Yantra Tattoo's, and find them,

if done properly Masterpieces of Work.

The most common mistake is that people think,  or ask me 

Hey that are Criminal Tattoo's? Or is that Black magic ?

 

Please do research before talking Negative about something Positive.

This negative reflection is probably because if people would say:

Thats a Sacret Buddist Tattoo, its not interesting anymore.

 

But the facts are different. Yantra is Sacret & gives good Energy.

Like wearing a symbolic Christian Cross around your neck.

 

Creating stereotypes is what humanity loves to do. 

Its like the movies, we love to watch drama, 

if they show a Buddist monk with Yantra, nobody would be interested.

It makes me mad. These people have no idea what there are talking about, and talking bullshit about something Sacret, that goes way back in our history, blessed by the Gods. Leonardo da Vinci spended his whole life with Yantra and diverted many Geo-solutions & crafts from this Sacret Geometry.

I want to introduce the real Yantra & Yak Sant Tattooing to the World.

Al my Yak Sant tattoo's are done by real Monks. Adjaan's.

The most famous temple is What BangPra in NakonPanhom.

Famous for one of Yak Sant biggest fans: Angelina Jolie.

Dont get your Yak Sant from a Tattoo Shop. Also, the person that applies Yak Sant on him has to follow special Rules. These are Buddist Rules:

Sak Yant Tattoo Rules of Conduct

The purpose of a Sak Yant is to provide a Magical Blessing

with a intention that should generally have a compassionate nature.

Generally the major precepts of Buddhism come into play here.

  • Do not kill.

  • Do not steal.

  • live a good life.

  • Be compassionate.

  • Do not desire another persons lover or spouse or be unfaithful.

As you can see these Rules are identical as in Christianity and Hinduisme, acually as all Religions.

T

Yak-Sant-Tattoo-Bangkok.jpg

The represent of the Sun, Yantra Tattoo.

Yak-Sant-Tattoo-Original-Tiger.jpg
 
 

ARTISTS

Buddha

 

Shiva

Ganesha

GALLERY

 
 

CONTACT US

ADDRESS

Sua 

Su

OPENING HOURS