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Sak Yant – Tiger » Thai Guide To Thailand



Among the many Sak Yant designs available in Thailand is the Tiger or Tigers Yant. The Tiger is a symbol of strength and power and nothing gets in the way of a Tiger. People who choose the Tiger Yant would like to receive some of the attributes of the Tiger including strength and fearlessness. The Tiger Yant is also powerful enough to drive away evil spirits. In the jungle, the tiger has the respect of other animals who will move aside rather than confront the Tiger so the Tiger Yant is frequently chosen by business people who wish drive away any competition and gain wealth. The Tiger Yant is also a good choice for those people born in the Year of the Tiger.

All our photographs are courtesy of the late Phra Ajarn Gamtorn


Sak Yant Designs

Sak Yant – Hanuman
Sak Yant – Hah Taew Five Sacred Lines Yant
Sak Yant – Gao Yord 9 Spires Yant
Sak Yant – Monkey Ling Lom
Sak Yant – Paed Tidt Eight Direction Yant
Sak Yant – Phra Narai Song Khrut
Sak Yant – Paed Dan Eight Sided Yant
Sak Yant – Mae Tap, Commander in Chief

Sak Yant – Ganesh

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Katha or Mantra for the Tiger

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8 Responses to “Sak Yant – Tiger”

  1. [...] different styles include (but are not inclusive to) the Five Sacred Lines Yant, Nine Spires Yant, Tiger Yant, and the Hanuman Yant (Monkey [...]

  2. altus says:

    Hi….it’s possible to know the meaning of the two written over and under the tiger??
    Thanks a lot.
    J.

  3. Shokmuay says:

    hi admin,

    i have some questions. my first yant i got in the wat bang phra. i´m boxing muay thai since 13 years and for that reason i got a tiger yant.
    what with one thing and another i want one more.

    first question: is it possibly or allowed to get yant from another monk or another wat?

    second question: i heard between tiger and monkey isn´t much sympathy and for that reason no good to take together? is it true? are there more yants not to use together?

    my last question: the bang phra was a great experience but i guess i accepted to take a high risk for getting hepatitis and more. how its safe and clean getting a yant by Ajarn Gamtorn.

    best regards from germany

  4. evamaria says:

    Hi…. I would also like to know if it’s possible to know the translation/meaning of the two written lines under the two tigers?
    Kindly em

  5. osca says:

    Hi…. I would like to know if it’s possible to know the translation/meaning of the two written lines under the two tigers with the symbol in the middle? thanks osky

  6. agi says:

    Hi…. I would like to know if it’s possible to know the translation/meaning of the two written lines under the two tigers with the symbol in the middle? I am training Muay Thai and also born in The Year of the Tiger. Thanks Agi

  7. dave shaw says:

    hi, could anyone please help me with the translation of the 2 written lines above and below the Sak Yant (single) Tiger.
    thanks
    dave

  8. Steven says:

    Hi…. I would like to know if it’s possible to know the translation/meaning of the two written lines under the two tigers with the symbol in the middle?

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