Phra Pidta Amulets (Bittar, Bit Tar, Pid Ta) – Who Is He?

Rare Phra Pidta amulet of solid silver from Wat Mahathat temple in Southern Thailand.

This will be a short history and bio of the monk who entered supernatural realms, called, “Phra Pidta.” We have a number of amulets in this style, read more about it below.


The Pidta style amulet with a monk sitting in full or half-lotus position and with his hands covering his eyes and face is a style that has become very popular among Thai Buddhists, but other Buddhists across the world as well.

Phra Pidta is a representation of a venerable monk well known for deep samadhi meditation (absorption) during Siddhartha Buddha’s time more than 2,550 years ago.

Why Is Phra Pidta Holding His Hands Over His Eyes in Amulets?

Hands over the eyes symbolizes a blocking out of the outside world during intense Sammabart meditation. This is jhana level meditation which can also cross-over into Abhinna. Abhinna are supernatural experiences which people meditating in the fourth Jhana can sometimes attain.

What Are the Benefits of Renting Phra Pidta Amulets?

People buy these amulets to increase their wealth primarily. Business prosperity is a major benefit of this amulet. Yet, there are said to be many benefits of the amulets including good luck and protection from harm of all sorts.

HERE is our rare collection of White Jade Phra Pidta Amulets (The WLK Collection)

Which Theravada Buddhist Monks Made Phra Pidta Amulets?

Monk: Luang Phor Kaew
Temple: Wat Kruawan
Temple Location: Chonburi near Bangkok, Thailand
Born: 2385
Passed: 2470 (Eighty-five years old)

Monk: Luang Phor Ngern
Temple: Wat Huay Khen
Temple Location: Pichit province, just north of Bangkok

Monk: Luang Po Khron (Tok Raja)
Temple: Wat Uttamaram
Temple Location: Kelantan, Malaysia

Monk: Luang Phor Toh
Temple: Wat Pradoochimlee
Temple Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Monk: Luang Phor Jumnien
Temple: Wat Tham Seua
Temple Location: Krabi, Southern Thailand

Monk: Luang Phor Tim
Temple: Wat Lahanrai
Temple Location: Rayong province, near Bangkok

Monks across Thailand have made Phra Pidta style amulets, the above are some of the notable monks that have made powerful amulets.

We sell a few high quality – some very rare – Phra Pidta amulets here on our site. You can browse them below.

Very rare Phra Pidta rectangular amulet from Southern Thailand. Best for business prosperity, wealth, and increasing your business.

Special Edition Phra Pidta w/2 Nagas (Wat Mahathat, Thailand)

Tricolor Phra Pidta amulet from Southern Thailand in Jatukam style.

Tri-color Phra Pidta (Wat Mahathat, Thailand)

A rare solid copper Phra Pidta amulet from the original temple, Wat Mahathat in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Southern Thailand.

Solid Copper Special Edition Phra Pidta (Wat Mahathat, Thailand)

(Last updated: 1 December 2017)

HERE is our rare collection of White Jade Phra Pidta Amulets (The WLK Collection)


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