This is some of the best work I have ever seen with the making of Pha Yant, and all are by Ajarn Perm Rung of Chiang Mai.
The cloth used for these came from a Buddhist temple that was used during the ordination of a monk. It is a fine cloth that has been applied with pure spiritual art dedicated to the Lersi and the first one is to Lersi Phor Gae (the first pic where his body is green) and a finer example of this type of work would be hard to find. Everything was done by Ajarn and kata chanted throughout the process of building his body and the application of the Akhara and Yant Na. Work of this quality is very hard to find.
The second cloth listed is dedicated to Lersi Tafai, the Lersi associated with magical knowledge who has his third eye open and is easily spotted because of this. Lersi Tafai is a Lersi that all Ajarns have on their altars because of his role.
The third cloth from the series (and there was only one of each made) is dedicated to Pujow Samingprai, the Lersi associated with authority over the lower spirits. He is the easiest Lersi to recognise because he is the Tiger Lersi and another essential Lersi for an Ajarns altar.
I adore Pha Yant of this type and size and specifically seek them out because of their beauty and associated potency. This Lersi cloth is for protection, authority, knowledge and a conduit to the higher gods. It would look fabulous hung next to a shrine.
Astonishing pieces that measures 44" x 40" and are rarely produced due to the time taken to make them. These are unique as Ajarn only made one of each and the first buyer gets to choose which to acquire.
Astonishing Hand Drawn Pha Yant to The Lersi by Ajarn Perm Rung
A Pha Yant is a cloth that has been printed with kata and scripts of invocation to bring attributes to where ever it is hung.
I offer a 30 days return policy with a refund on receipt of the item but for some items I cannot do that as they need blessing again by the maker, some of whom I do not know personally. This is a problem with spiritual items but I will always endeavor to help where I can.