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Ayurvedic Medicine Amulet of Grand Master Jivaka Rishi with Kayasiddhi Mineral Healing Relics

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Jivaka rishi (Sanskrit: Ṛṣi Jīvaka; Thai: Ruesi Chiwok; Indonesian: Rêsi Caraka) is the founder of Āyurveda, an ancient alternative medical system native to India. Ayurvedic healing methods revolve around herbal medicine, physical exercise, massage, meditation, and yoga. Thus grand master Jīvaka was a physician, physical therapist, masseur, herbalist, and yogi (Sanskrit: yogī). Though Āyurveda originated ...

Phra Ruesi Khao Kulen Loi Ongk Statuette (Bucha Kru Batch) – Luang Por Dam, Wat Mai Naparam

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This metal ruesi statuette by Luang Por Dam of Wat Mai Naparam was released in the Bucha Kru batch of the year 2543 BE (2000 CE). The Bucha Kru (Sanskrit: pūjā guru) edition of amulets was made and blessed in honor of Luang Por Dam, the abbot of Wat Mai Naparam. Prior to the production ...

Ancient Metal Rian Phra Monk Coin Amulet of Luang Por Sim from Wat Tham Na Phom

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This ancient metal coin amulet, or rian phra, features the image of Luang Por Sim Buddhacaro, a famous Thai master of the Buddhist doctrine (Sanskrit: dharma; Pāli: dhamma) and meditation practice. The coin is made from various sacred metals, including old metal amulets as well as money coins. Also, there is a money bag depicted ...

Four-Armed Resi Wisnu Image made from Sacred Brass with Three Colored Metal Finish

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The four-armed Rêsi Wisnu is an avatar of the Hindu god Viṣṇu avatar. This avatar, however, is not a human incarnation, but rather a physical manifestation of a deity residing in the higher celestial realms of existence. The heaven whence the deity descended granted him rebirth as the guru master of all rêsi saints on ...

Sacred Metal Statuette of the Saintly Hindu Priest Resi Narada

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A classical masterpiece of traditional Hindu-Buddhist temple art, made by the venerable master Luang Por Wichean, abbot of the Buddhist temple Wat Tham Muni Nard in Thailand. The metal statuette is made in the year 2011. Luang Por Wichean and his disciples performed a ritual consecration ceremony at Wat Tham Muni Nard, to bless the ...