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Thao Wessuwan


Thao Wessuwan

Thao Wessuwan He is the great deity in the four Chatulokaban Thao, the chief of demons. He is a deity who protects Buddhism and is a deity who protects the human world. Keep warding off bad things from life. It is also a god of fortune with enormous treasures.

He has appeared in many religious beliefs. Whether it is the Kuware of South India. Tibetan monks or Chinese Wentianwang characters. making him a deity that is revered in many countries

2 Appearance of Thao Wessuwan

One interesting fact that many people may not know is that Thao Wessuwan has two distinct characters:

Thao Wessuwan is depicted as a giant standing figure, holding a long mace and a glass shield. He has millions of followers and is revered as the upholder of order and justice in heaven. For over 100 years, he has been used as a symbol for prosecutors.

Thao Wessuwan also appears in human form as a man with a large belly. He is considered the god of wealth and is believed to possess abundant gold. People worship him with the belief that it will enhance their fortune, allowing them to live without lacking anything.

Thao Wessuwan at Wat Thong Sala Ngam


Spells to worship Thao Wessuwan 9 times
to have ascendancy remove bad things
,How to worship Thao Wessuwan at home, etc.

Worship spells of Thao Wessuwan 

Repeat Namo three times Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammā Sambuddhassa Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammā Sambuddhassa Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammā Sambuddhassa

Thao Wessuwan spell, full version

Itilpiso Bhagavā Yaṁ Mārājanā, Thāo Wessuwan No. Mang Sukhang Ahang Sukkantho Na Mo Buddhāya, Thāo Wessuwan Jātumahārājikā Yak Khappantāphatthūritto, Wessā Pusā Putthanga Arhang Puttho Thāo Wessuwan Na Mo Buddhāya.

Thao Wessuwan's spell, abbreviated version

Recite 3 times then pray Itilpiso Bhagavā Yaṁ Mārājanā, Thāo Wessuwan No. Mang Sukhang Ahang Sukkantho Na Mo Buddhāya. (Recite 3, 7, or 9 times.)

How to worship Thao Wessuwan at home

It is recommended to worship in the morning every Thursday or on every Buddhist holy day. However, if it is not convenient, any day would suffice, or you can recite the worship regularly every day, which is even better. Before performing the ritual, it is advisable to take a bath and dress neatly. Offer auspicious items such as plain water and auspicious fruits, such as oranges, bananas, and pineapples. Then, recite the five precepts and perform the nine-point bow, along with nine roses and clasping hands. Conclude with the recitation of the Thao Wessuwan phrase three times before reciting the worship of Thao Wessuwan. Generally, it is common to recite the condensed version of the worship, nine times, to enhance auspiciousness and believed to bring luck, prosperity, and progress to one's life.

If there is a request on Thao Wessuwan, how to pay the vows when the request is successful

Apart from paying homage, another common practice that people engage in is making requests and seeking blessings from Thao Wessuwan. When these requests are fulfilled as intended, it is customary to express gratitude by making offerings. The offerings can be categorized based on the nature of the request, as follows: For requests related to work: Offer a set of monastic requisites, which includes monk's footwear (1 pair), a Buddha image (1 piece), a piece of monk's robe (1 piece), and a needle with thread (1 set). For requests related to finances: Offer a set of monastic requisites or a 9-inch Buddha image as an offering. For requests related to love and family: Offer red roses and worship a sculpture of Thao Wessuwan, holding eight precepts on our birthdate and on holy days. For requests related to health and illness: Offer prayer books and release fish.

​Precautions for worshiping, praying, and praying

Behave well, do not violate the 5 precepts Not being a person who destroys religion both directly and indirectly or incites to lose faith in religion Do not engage in a career that is dishonest, defrauding, taking advantage of others He is not selfish and has no mercy.

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