Chant

Pidta Katha

Pi Yo Tay Wa Ma, Nok Sa Nam

Pi Yo Prom Ma Na, Mu Tar Mo

Pi Yo Na Kar Su Pang Na Rang

Pi In Tar Read Yang Na Ma Mi Hung

Hit Chi Tang Pi Yang Mak Mak (3 times)

Sangkajai Katha

Maha Jakya Yak No

Jak Mahathero

Yaka Dewa Nak Ra

Puchito Soraho

Pan Jakya Ti Mahit

Maha Lapang Sukang

Phawantumae Sangkajai

Khun Paen Khatha

Ae Hi Ma Ma Na Mo Buddha Ya Na Ma Pa Ta

Khun Paen Khatha

Su Na Mo Lo

(then wish once at a time)

Khun Paen Khatha (charming a woman)

Na Ma Ja Ku Au Ja Ya Ma E Ti Ara Hang Pan Tang Ja Ku

Guman Thong Khatha ( worship )

Gu Ma Ro Maa Ma Ma A Hi Jit Tang Pi Yang Ma Ma

Nang Kwak Khatha

Omm Pu Chao Kaow Keao Mi-Look Sau Khun Diao

Ci wa Nang KwakChaiHin Chai Rak

Yin hen Yin Tak Pa Ku Pai Kar

Teng Meng Man Kar Hua Wen Ketai Sen Tar Nan

Sam Ren Krab Pan, Ren Pian Set-Ti

Sam Pee Ren bian Sam Pau Thong

Phra Suk Teh Ka Khun Diao

To be free from all obstacles

Buddho itipiso bhagava buddho bhagavati itipiso bhagava araham itipiso bhagava samma sambuddho

For Wealth and Good Fortune

namo tassa ,ba kar wah toh,

har ra ah toh, sum ma sum,

put ta sa

(x3)

phutta mak a oo

namo put ta ya

(x1)

wira thayo

wira kohnayang

wira hingsa wira thasi

wira thasa

wira iti yo

puttasa mani mamak

puttasa sawahom

(x3)

Ong Por Jatukarm Ramathep Katha

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa

Put Thang Arat Tana Nang

Dham Mang Arat Tana Nang

Sang Khang Arat Tana Nang

Put Thang Prak Sit Tit May

Dham Mang Prak Sit Tit May

Sang Khang Prak Sit Tit May

Ja Tu Karm Ra Ma Thep Wang

Po Tit Sat Tang

Mak Ha Ku Nang

Mak Hit Ti Kang

Ak Hang Pu Che Mik

Sit Tit La Po

Nik Ran Tak Rang

Luang Phor Thuad Katha 
Namo Tassa, Bha Ba Ga Va To, Ara Ha To, Sam Ma Sam Buddha Ssa.
(x3)

Namo Buddhi Satto
Ah Kan Ti Ma Ya
Iti Pa Ga Va
Na Ca Li Ti
(x3)

Phra Rahu Katha – The God of Fate

Believed that will protect you from bad luck. 

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Ahrahato SarmMa Sarm Phut Tassa (x 3 times) 

Kata Suriya Phappa
Kussalay Toemama Kussalaytoetoe Lalamama
Toelamo Toelamomama Toelamomama
Toelamotang Hegutimama Heguti
Kata Chantra Phappa
Yattatangmama Tangtaya Tawatang
Mamatang Vatitang Sekamama
Kasekang Katiyangmama Yatika 

Biography :

In Hindu mythology, Rahu is a snake that swallows the sun or the moon causing eclipses. 

He is depicted in art as a dragon with no body riding a chariot drawn by eight black horses. 

Rahu is one of the navagrahas (nine planets) in Vedic astrology. The rahu kala is considered inauspicious.
According to legend, during the Samudra manthan, the asura Rahu drank some of the divine nectar. 

But before the nectar could pass his throat, Mohini (the female avatar of Vishnu) cut off his head. The head, however, remained immortal. 

It is believed that this immortal head occasionally swallows the sun or the moon, causing eclipses. 

Then, the sun or moon passes through the opening at the neck, ending the eclipse.
Astronomically, Rahu and Ketu denotes the two points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as they move on the celestial sphere. 

Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes. 

The fact that Eclipses occur when Sun and Moon are at one of these points gives rise to the myth of the swallowing of the Sun.
In Buddhism Rahu is one of the krodhadevatas (terror-inspiring gods).

In Thailand Rahu will readily devour all of your bad luck or even neutralise the bad luck and spit out good luck and fortune to you if you pray or offer to it.

The best day to offer Rahu is every wednesday after sunset and offering items must be all in black.

There are 8 kinds of black sacrificial offering food to worship Phra Rahoo.

1. Black chicken

means dig and well-trading.

2. Tiger Beer

means well-investment.

3. Black coffee

means fulfillment.

4. Grassjelly (Chao-Kwuay) 

means calmness and carefulness.

5. Black peanut

means prosperity.

6. Black sticky rice

means frugally finance, family and love. 

7. Thai dessert Kanom Piek Poon

means good luck.

8. Preserved egg

means successful connection. 

Source Credit : 

http://www.thaiworldview.com/bouddha/animism3.htm

https://buddhanirvana.wordpress.com/2010/04/23/how-to-pray-bio-katha-for-rahu/

Gods

  • Phra Narai/Witsanu (Narayana/Vishnu)
  • Phra Isuan/Siwa (Isvara/Shiva)
  • Phra Phrom (Brahma) – altogether with Phra Isuan and Phra Narai, forms the Hindu Trinity.
  • Phra Uma-thewi (Uma/Parvati) – Consort of Phra Isuan
  • Phra Laksami (Lakshmi) – Consort of Phra Narai
  • Phra In (Indra) – The King of thevadas – lesser celestial deities. Father of Pali
  • Mali Warat – God of Justice. Grandfather of Thotsakan
  • Phra A-thit (Aditya or Surya) – the solar deity. Father of Sukreep
  • Phra Phai (Vayu) – the wind deity. Father of Hanuman
  • Phra Witsawakam/Witsanukam (Vishvakarman) – the artisan god, responsible for rebuilding Lanka after Hanuman burned it down and creating Khitkhin

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