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This is an introduction for amulet collectors who never know of BenjaPakee.


BenjaPakee is a group of 5 famous top amulets wanted by most amulet collectors. This word has also been quoted as Benchaphakhi. In the realm of amulet collectors, this set of amulets is one of the 5 most popular collections, it was chosen from well known amulets collector in the past.


“Benja-Pakee” is not a Thai words, it’s actually the word from ancient Pali script. Benja means 5 types/kinds and Pakee mean group/set. So the word was combined as BenjaPakee means 5 different types of amulets in a group. So in Thailand the 5 type of the specified amulets in a group were called as BenjaPakee. The combination of the 5 different types of amulets was created by a group of faithful amulet collectors in early 1950s who often wear multiple amulets but having no idea on which combination of amulets will be the best choice.


A good experiment amulets collector Mr. Triyang Pawai suggested the term to summary the combination of those amulets. With the guideline which he suggested and also taking into consideration of the first five disciples at the time of Gautama Buddha, therefore they consider of grouping with five type of amulets together would be a great choice, and it have become the best collections till today.

The great BenjaPakee amulets above consist of:

1. Phra Somdej (King of Thai Amulets)

2. Phra Nang Phaya (Queen of Thai Amulets)

3. Phra Rod

4. Phra Phong Supan

5. Phra Somkor


In the early time, the right way to hang BenjaPakee is suggested as follows:


Phra Somdej in the centre, Phra Rod at top Left, Phra Nang Phaya at top right, Phra Phong Supan at bottom left and Phra Somkor and bottom right. As time goes by nobody really knows the correct way of assemble BanjaPakee is proven. The guideline may have changed over time to take on some mythical features. In our modern society people justified and make their own free choices.


No matter how you assemble with the amulets grouping is not that important, as long as you feel comfortable there will be no problems, there will be no conflicts in the amulets energies with the incorrect combination. All sacred amulet should be worn continuously. The longer you wear the amulet, the more your energies will merge and the stronger it will get. As you have full faith and trust on your amulets, your amulets will also make the best for you.

1. Phra Somdej 2. Phra Nang Phaya 3. Phra Rod 4. Phra Phong Supan 5. Phra Somkor

Phra Somdej were created by Phra Buddhachan Toh Phromarangsi. Among devotees he is addressed as Somdej Toh or Archan Toh, he is one of the most beloved and famous Buddhist monks during Thailand's Rattanakosin period in Thailand ruled under King Rama. Somdej Toh started creating the very first batch of Phra Somdej amulets in B.E.2409 (1866). Phra Somdej is one of the Five Grand set of BenjaPakee as the leading amulet.


Materials for making Phra Somdej amulets consist of :- Holy powder - Phong Vises, Shell lime from the sea, Assorted flowers from shine, Rice remains after consumption, Lotus flower, Banana rip, Ashes from incense urns, Holy water, Honey, Tang oil, Chanted sand, etc and chanted with great mass chanting ceremony. It is believe that the amulet will protects against evil spirits, harm, unknown danger and bring good luck to the wearer.

Phra Nang Phaya were created during of Ayutthaya era, Phitsanulok province. The major discovered are from Wat Nang Phaya around B.E.2444 (1901). The temple was said to be built for merits making to his Queen, the mother of King Naresuan, this amulet name was given by the Thai people as "Queen of Thai amulets".

Nang Phaya is the second most famous amulet of BenjaPakee, the top 5 amulet in Thailand. Phra Nang Phaya are very famous for strong friendliness with attractiveness and respectful from all others, and provided power on charms and safe from all dangers.


Phra Rod are the most famous of all amulets of Lumphun province at Wat Mahawan first discovered during the earlier days in the Reign of King Rama 5. Phra Rod was created by hermits in that time. The name of "Phra Rod" came from the hermit name "Narata Ruesi" the hermit name was called "Narata" changes its name to "NaRod" in later time. Once people found this amulets at Wat Mahawan, they are being called "Phra Rod" instead of "NaRod" the oldest one are over 1250 years old.


The Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape, they have superb power, especially for protection and safety from all dangers and disasters.

Phra Somgor were first discovered on B.E.2392 (1849) in Wat Phra Borommathat, Kamphaeng Phet province. The amulets were created in the era of King Phra Maha Dharmmaracha Lithai, the 5th king of Sukhothai. Phra Somgor is a mixture of Sukhothai-Lanka (Sri Lanka) style. It form a sitting posture of a thumb shape. According to memorandum of Wat Phra Borommathat.
Phra Somgor amulets were made by 11 hermits "Phra Ruesi" using special materials and invited Devadas "Sanskrit origin" to create the molds. There is a slogan for Phra Somgor " If you have me, you will never get poor". Estimated to be made some 550 years ago.


Phra Phong Supan were discovered on B.E.2456 (1913) in Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in SupanBuri province. Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok. According to a golden scripture found in the pagoda which described that Phra Phong Supan was created by Phra Mahathera PiyaThassi Saribut during the period of the 2nd. King Borm Rajadhiraj. It has strong "U-thong" Golden Cot art style.


Most unique of this amulets is the rear side having the thumb print of the creator. A superb Buddha amulets had all mighty protective power against weapon and bring good luck. It is the most powerful amulets forever.


Phra Phong Supan

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