Here is a list of the Thai pendants we have – the important deities and other people and symbols, animals, and whatnot – we have on our amulets:
Buddha – Sathorn, Chinnarat, Emerald Buddhas, Somdej, other Unique Buddhas
Kwan Yin – the goddess of compassion. We have Kwan Yin riding a tiger, standing in a flowing gown, in the shape of Ganesha, etc.
Ganesha – Ganesh, the Hindu elephant god, the god of obstacles.
Shiva – father of Ganesh, also a Hindu god.
Garuda – the god of everything, the god of all gods – in Thai mythology.
Nong Kwak – the “money coming in” amulets.
Luang Phor Tuad – Thailand’s most famous monk.
Ajarn Jumnien – Thailand’s good luck monk.
Pra Biddar – Pidta, Bit Tar, Bid Ta – all valid ways to pronounce his name in English.
Luang Phor Klai – also a good luck and protection monk.
Lersi – an ascetic that gave away his possessions and followed Buddha.
Chu Chok – also an ascetic that gave away possessions to follow Buddha.
Nawagote – 9 headed millionaire… there were 9 people that were very rich and they gave away their possessions to follow Buddha.
Tigers – from Wat Tum Sua, Tiger Cave Temple.
Miscellaneous Symbols – Takrud, Hornet, Saliga love birds, etc.
Don’t forget, we have genuine blessed Buddhist bracelets from the temples as well as necklaces and yant cloths (yan flags).
If you are looking for a Buddha or other Buddhist figure to give as a gift to someone you know – shop with us first, we have authentic items and we give 10% back to the temple!
Click one of the below Buddhist figures to learn more and find amulets: