Salingkhan Khamchan

Salingkhan Khamchan

I work as local tour guide and transfer service at my small own company Inspire Nung Tour And Transport is a tour and transport service based corporate in Chiang Mai. We have more than 50 programs of the tour from Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Lampang, Mae Hong Son, and around north of Thailand as your customized.

Yantra Tattoo
  • Yantra tattooing 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 Thailand. Sak means tattoo in Thai, and yan is the Thai pronunciation for the Sanskrit word yantra a type of mystical diagram used in Dharmic religions. 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). Yantra tattoos are believed to be magic and bestow mystical powers, protection, or good luck. 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.

Tour Information

Location
Duration
3 Hours
Departure
09:00
Price per Participant
55.00+ USD
Languages
Group size
1 - 4 people
Transportation
Car
Includes
Private Transportation
Excludes
Tattoo pattern expense.
Cancellation

About the creator
Salingkhan Khamchan

Salingkhan Khamchan

Yantra tattooing 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 Thailand. Sak means tattoo in Thai, and yan is the Thai pronunciation for the Sanskrit word yantra a type of mystical diagram used in Dharmic religions.

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).

Yantra tattoos are believed to be magic and bestow mystical powers, protection, or good luck. 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.

Yantra Tattoo

-Start the trip at the appointment point.
-Meet with Ajarn, consult and choose a pattern.
-Start a tattoo.
-The total trip time is about 3 hours.

Infomation

Itinerary

Step: 1

Meet up at our meeting point
- Airport (Chiang Mai International Airport)
- Bus Terminal (Chiang Mai Provincial Arcade Transport Station)
- Hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
- Railway Station (Chiang Mai Railway Station)

Step: 2

Meet with Ajarn, Ruesi or Monk. Consult and choose a pattern.

Step: 3

Start a tattoo.

Step: 4

Get you back to the meeting point. The total trip time is about 3 hours.


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