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Kuman Thong come origins by the first story relating from a 19th century from the classic of Thai literature written in verse by King Rama 2, the second monarch. The story relates an eternal love triangle involving Khun Paen, the dashing lover and skilled warrior legendary figure in western year 1491-1529 (Ayutthaya period), Khun Paen, based on a true story. Kuman Thong is the son of Khun Paen. It was first created some 500 years ago during Khun Paen life period. Kuman Thong is an image of a lovely young child, but it’s really a child spirit in the form of a beautiful status or amulets which is captured a spiritual entity.


Khun Paen was the first who created Kuman Thong. He brought the baby from the womb of one of his dead wives to the Temple outer area within the chanting hall where the Buddha image is placed. The Temple and its outer area are so sacred place that no mighty ghosts or spirits can enter. Based on the legend descriptions, Khun Paen was chanting some sacred mantras to invoke the spirit of Kuman Thong while roasting the dead baby on the fire.

Creating Kuman Thong in the ancient time was very terrifying. The practitioners had to go to the graveyard alone in the night, digging up a corpse, cut the corpse's abdomen and take out the dead baby, and then rush directly to the nearest temple's outer area for roasting. The temple is a safe place to protect the spirit mother from bringing her baby back. So only the strong-mind person who can fight and defend the ghost with its advanced supernatural magical arts knowledge could do it.


Bear in mind that Kuman Thong is actually a dead infant. But it is now created in the form of a young child with various materials, such as wood, bronze, ivory tusk, plaster and etc. The main purpose of creating Kuman Thong in the ancient time is for protecting the owner. The young child spirit could be activated with Mantra to fight the owner's enemies or to protect the owner's properties. But the present-era Kuman Thongs have been created for wealth and fortune. For worship Kuman Thong you should be offering foods, milk and candy and also toys, because Kuman Thong is a young child (spirit), he likes candy and playing toys as well as human child, after all, children like toys.


Creating  present-era Kuman Thongs the guru monks use no more such the thrilling method but create them with sacred materials and activate their lives by holy Mantras. Some guru monks who created sacred Kuman Thongs are such as Luang Poo Boon of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Luang Phor Cham of Wat Takong and Luang Phor Tae of Wat Samngam, etc. But the most well-known and most popular pieces are of Luang Phor Tae Almost all the present-era Kuman Thongs have been created for wealth and for fortune-fetching purposes.

Here is some image of The Golden Child (Kuman Thong) in the form

of statues and amulets.

The Biography of Kuman Thong (The Golden Child)

Who is Kuman Thong?


Kuman Thong is an effigy, or statue or amulet which is revered in Thailand by Animists and Buddhists. The statue is believed to bring luck and fortune to the owner, if properly revered. The Thai word "Kuman" derives from the Pali word "kumara", which means "Young Boy" (whereas "Kumaree" means "Young Girl"). The Thai word "Thong" means "Golden", for the effigies were covered in gold leaf. Kuman Thong is also spelled as Guman Thong. Guman Tong is a Divine Child Spirit.

Worship Katha of Kuman Thong:


(Short version)

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma-Sambuddhassa (x3)


Kumaro MaMa          (Come, my child)

Ehi Cittang MaMa     (Come to my mind)

Piyang MaMa (x7)    (Let majestic things come to me)


(Long version)

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma-Sambuddhassa (x3)


Ciceruni Cittang Cesikang

Rupang Nimittang Kumalowa Akachaya

Akachaya Ehi Ehi

Na Ma Pa Ta Ehi MaMa Tanapoka Samma Arahang

Tanapokang Tusamani Tanakamo

Sapaytanang Tanapokang Bhawantumay


Thai....The Golden Child (Kuman Thong) often seen figurines of a young boy. The most popular one being a figurine of the prince holding a purse in one hand while making a beckoning gesture with the other. The figurine is said to bring good luck and fortune to both home and business affairs to the owner and can help the owner from danger and bad things. People who would like to get Kuman Thong to worship, to have him guard your house, your farm, garden or help your business must worship the Kuman Thong and about what you wish to get from him. Whenever you get what you want, you should buy him ornament like necklace, jewel and toys. He or She will be pleased with these offering.

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