Earlier we were talking about ‘Pong Jindamanee’ prepared by Somdej Phra Panarat of Wat Pah Kaew for King Naresuan. Now we will share with you anotherÂ great gift by Somdej Phra Panarat to King Naresuan, the ultimate takrut and the King of all takruts, Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat. King Naresuan wore his at all times and especially during warfares. He regconised its effectiveness and requested Somdej Phra Panarat to make one for all his platoon leaders to enhance their skills and lead them to victories.
‘MahaRakngap’ means power to stop or obstruct or defeat. Whereas ‘MahaChakapat’ means the ultimate King. Therefore the main purpose of Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is to stop or defeat any factors that may affect the bearer or owner negatively. Example; If one carries it, he will be safe wherever he goes or if he has to meet his enemies or competition, he will win over them or win them. If is is kept in the premise, it will safeguard the premise against robberry, buglary and other disturbances to the premise or occupants.
Because it is also MahaChakapat, it is endowed with great energy of Mahalap, MahaMetta, MahaSanae, MahaNiyom, Pokasap, Klaewkard and others. There was an ancient saying that says the value of Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is more valueable than a gift of diamond from heaven.
However it is hard to find a skillful Teacher who can make this takrut. Any unqualified practisioner whom attempts to write this takrut will lose their mind. Therefore since Ayuddhaya time till now, very few was heard of mastering this takrut. The grand Teacher of this takrut is non other than Ven. LP Boon Thiam, then Ven. LP Salikho but he has passed away last year. Ven.Â LP Salikho is very effective too, that is why his Takrut MahaRakngap at present is easily above RM2,000. Even when you can afford higher few are willing to part with such a hard to come by collection!
Since last year, we were requesting Archan Vicharn of Wat PotthiPakkai in Ayuddhaya to make for us. And there has been much request from our members since but this Takrut is hard to make therefore just writing one piece take much time. An average Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is about 1feet (12 inches) in lenght and 0.75 inches in diameter. It weighs approximately 1kg. It is decorated with gold leaves when preparing for poksek ceremony.
The Teacher whom makes this takrut must be a person of great patience becauseÂ the yants on this takrut must be ‘rig nam’ or made potent by means of incantations before he began inscribbing them. We will show you part of the yants below:
It isn’t like an average takrut where the yants or kom writing are few or simple. After writing is completed, it will be rolled and decorated with gold leaves. Then it has to be poksek again. That is the reason why Archan Vicharn seldom make much, only when requested.
There were many enquiries about why is the takrut so long. Those days when people use to built their own homes, this Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is tied to their main pillar when they construct their home. It is common to use this takrut to protect the home and occupants and at the same time vibrates harmonious and prosperity vibes thoughout their homes.
It is suitable for homes and business premises because it provides;
- avoiding negative influences or chi
- black magic
- winning over businessÂ competition
- many more…
However, it would be ideal if the owner or bearer chant its katha for better energy. It will be ideal if we can chant them according to the power of the day. Eg Monday, the power is 15x, then we chant the katha 15 times and in a week we would have achieved 108 times.
Katha Takrut Maha Rakngap Maha ChakapatÂ (Click here to listen!)
Namo tassa… (x3)
Piyo Theva Manuksanang
Piyo Brahma Nakmuttamo
Piyo Naga Supannayang
Prijin Sriyang Na Ma Mi Hang
Itti Paramita Tingsa
Itti Sappanyu Ma Khatta
E Ra Ja Ga Ta Rak Sa
Ti Hang Ca To Ro Ti Nang
Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Pu
So Ma Na Ka Ri Tha Tho
Bha Sam Sam Vi Sa Tae Bha
Ga Budh Pan Du Dam Wa Ga
Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa
A Vi Su Nutt Sa Nu Ti
Na Mo Budh Dha Ya
Ya Dha Budh Mo Na
Bak Ra Mang Bha Ga Wa
Ma A U Bha Ga Wa
Nak Mak Pak Tak
Cha Pa Ka Sa