"When he decides he doesn’t love you anymore,
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There are many traditional types and designs of yantra tattoos, but some of the most well-known and popular include:

  • Ongk Pra (translation: Buddha’s body) - one of the most commonly used elements in yantra tattooing but can also be a more complex standalone design. Meant to provide insight, guidance, illumination, etc.
  • Haa Taew (Thai: translation: five rows) - one of the most common yantra designs for women in Thailand but also used for men. Typically tattooed on the back left shoulder. Each of the five lines relates to a different blessing for success and good luck.
  • Gow Yord (Thai:translation: nine spires) - typically tattooed on the center top of the back in various sizes and levels of complexity. Simple version pictured at the top of this article.
  • See Yord (Thai:translation: four spires) - to influence the feelings or actions of others and protect the bearer.
  • Paed Tidt (translation: eight points) - represents protection in the eight directions of the universe. Round shape; typically tattooed on the center of the back. Pictured in gallery below.
  • Sip Tidt (translation: ten points) - a version of Paed Tidt but protects in ten directions instead of eight.
  • Mahaniyom (translation: great preference) - to grant the bearer favor in the eyes of others. Round shape; typically placed on the back right shoulder.
  • Yord Mongkut (translation: spired crown) - for good fortune and protection in battle. Round shape; typically tattooed on the top of the head.
  • Bpanjamukhee (translation: five Deva faces) - intended to ward off illness and danger.
  • Sua (Thai: translation: tiger) - typically depicts twin tigers. Represents power and authority.

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Buddhist monk feeding a tiger.

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Buddhist monk feeding a tiger.

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Ritual Buddist tattooing (Sak Yant) in Thai temple

Photograph by Jean-Michel Clajot

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