Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Hlang Ngang Jom Jao Choo¬† (Nymph Enchantment Deity calling Deer with ‘Champion Flirt’ Ngang inserted in rear face) – Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn.

Nang Jinda is a very Powerful amulet for both attracting the opposite sex, and for improving business, from Pra Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn Gusala Jidto. Ajarn Taep’s amulets are never made in more than a small number because the rarity of the powders he uses is so high as to prevent the possibility of mass production. His amulets are very popular with those who like to use strong magic that you can sense the presence of. Many who have used his amulets report that the effects are strong and easily noticeable.

The front face features Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Deva (A Female Deity calling deer, with great Metta). The rear face has a Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo (Champion Flirt) embedded into the rear face. The Devas within the Amulet are bound with Sinjana cords which have been empowered with Magical I0ncantations.

Kata Jinda Manee Montr

A mass of over 100 Sacred Powders and Magical herbs, pollens etc have been added to the Muan sarn used to make these amulets, with some of the rarest herbs available such as Wan Dork Tong.

What is the Pra Ngang Deity? How to Worship – Kata Pra Ngang

This amulet is aimed at both attraction of the opposite sex, and improving business.

Nang Jinda Riak Nuea Hlang Pra Ngang Jom Jao Choo (Nymph Enchantment Deity calling Deer with Ngang inserted in rear face) – Ajarn Taep Pongsawadarn

Use Kata Jinda Manee Montr, and Kata for Pra Ngang for this amulet, which has the power of double Metta Deities with Great Maha Sanaeh power.

Por Ngang Ta Daeng Jom Sanaeh amulet encased in waterproof casing by Luang Por Naen Kampiro – Wat Ban Kaset Tung Sethee (Roi Et).

‘Run Racha Choke’ (Kingly Luck Edition). Made from Nuea Samrit Pid Tong (Bronze with Gold Leaf). This is the top level of a six image edition fewaturing three portable miniatures and three Bucha statues, each in three materials, namely Nuea Aathan (black color), Nuea Samrit (reddish bronze color) and Samrit Pid Tong (dark bronze with gold leaf).

The Sacred ‘Chanuan Muan sarn’ metals were smelted from various magical metal objects which Luang Phu Naen had already made and empowered, such as Yantra Foils with the Kama Sutra Kata and Yantra (Yant Gamasut Bpathang Lokee Maha Sanaeh), Na Maha Sanaeh Hnaa Tong, Sariga Pak Dee, Yant Taewada Hlong Hong (Paetch Payatorn), Yant Yord Sanaeh, Yant Kroo Khom Boran, and Na Sanaeh Maha Montr 108. He inscribed Sacred Khom Agkara spells on the objects before smelting into one magical metal alloy, to cast these powerful Pra Ngang Ta Daeng images with.

Luang Phu Naen Gaew Kampiro is a very damous Master for making Metta maha Sanaeh amulets, which in the present times of financial difficulty as the world unifies and goes through many teething stages of inflation and depression, with low consumer spending and difficult for everyone to survive. The base is filled with sacred powders and a Takrut spell.

For this reason, many Masters are making Maha Sanaeh magic amulets to help people in overcoming these difficulties, and improve their wealth and prosperity, as well as the usual magic of popularity and charm.

Luang Phu naen is no exception, and his amulets have grown to enjoy International following all over the World. Luang Phu naen has a vast armory of different Maha Sanaeh and Metta Mahaniyom magic spells in is armory, and Ngang Ta Daeng Deity invocation is one of them.

The Empowerment Ceremony was made with LP Naen invoking the four elements and arousing them to inhabit the amulets, before invoking the spirits of the Ngang to inhabit them as bodies. This was done according to the ancient Khmer Wicha method he was given by his Masters.

The wearer will be blessed with immense Charm and Attraction, stirring the hearts of those nearby to feel friendly and even love towards you. Business will increase, and whatever price you ask fro will be given unquestioned when you sell your wares. Lovers and Admirers will be in abundance.

Bucha Method (how to Worship) – Pra Ngang Ta Daeng Jom Sanaeh

Wear the Ngang at your waist level.

If you wish the Ngang to be at its most powerful, give offerings of ‘Hlao Khaw’ (white Thai Whisky, or similar) – one glass each time you make Bucha offerings.

Other offerings to give;

One boiled Egg, Hmoo Non Tong, Betel and Areca nut, some cigarettes, water (one glass), one pair of red flowers (roses for example), one incense stick (lit).

Above; Hmoo Non Tong offerings.

Give offerings on the 14 Kam day (Lunar day) once a month. You do not need to Bucha more than this.


You do not need to chant a Kata, just wish for your wish to come true when offering.

You must not place the Ngang on the Buddha altar, and must keep it separate and on a lower level altar if not worn.

For those who wish to perform diligent practice and Chant Kata, you can use the below link to study the various possibilities for chanting;

Bucha Pra Ngang Deity

Por Ngang Ta Daeng Jom Sanaeh – Samrit Pid Tong with Takrut and sacred powders – King of Luck Edition – Luang Por Naen Kampiro (only 799 made)