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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Interesting Facts – Phra Katha Chinabunchorn Mantra by Phra Somdej Toh (Archan Toh)

Great Mantra For Everyone To Chant ~

Phra Katha Chinabunchorn Mantra is chanted by almost everybody in Thailand, and is considered to be one of the most Sacred Kata available for Chanting. The scripture text consolidated the divine powers of Budhha, the 500 Arahant and the Immortals from Heaven to protect those who recite the scripture text.
How did this Katha come about?
There are three different version of history linking it to Phra Somdej Toh of Wat Rakang Kositaram -
The first version is the Chinabunchorn Mantra is given to Phra Somdej Toh by a Sri Lanka Buddhism monk on a visit to Thailand.
The second version is a Deva came into the dream of Phra Somdej Toh and tell him that there is a great Mantra buried somewhere around Wat Rakang Kositaram. After showing Phra Somdej Toh the location of the buried Mantra the Deva disappear. The next day when Phra Somdej Toh was awake he dug the spot that the Deva has point out and he found the Chinabunchorn Mantra. As the Mantra has been buried for century under the Temple, some of the words are unreadable. So the great Phra Somdej Toh have to mediate to recreate the lost wording.
Third version of the myth is that Katha Chinabunchorn was composed by a Phra Thaera from Chiang Mai whose name is not recorded in the Mantra history.
Preparation Before Chanting (optional) -
When learning to recite the Katha, devotee must recite it on a Thursday, have his/ her body cleansed and wear only clean clothing. Nine joss-sticks must be lighted and offered before the Buddha and any other Deities at the altar in your home. Fresh jasmine flowers or any other 5-coloured flowers are to be place before the holy image.
Effects From Praying Mantra -
You will have a consciousness all the time.    
You will have a good health.
You will have a peaceful mind.
You will have a better life.
(Note: Do Good Deeds/Merits*)

Phra Katha Chinabunchorn
Namotassa Bagawato Ahrahato Samma Samputassa ( x3)

Putta GarMoLa PayPutTung TaNaGaMoLa PayTaNung AutThi GarYay GarYar YarYa TayWaNung PiYaTung SootTaWa

Cha Ya Sa Na Ka Tha , Puttha Chay Ta Wa MarRung SaWa HarNung , Jattu Sutja SaPung Rasunk Yay Pivingsu Na Ra Sa Pa

Tun Hung Ga Ra Ta Yo Putta AudTaVee SaThi NaYaGa , SupPay PaThidTiTar MaiHung Mud Ta Gay Tay Muss Nis Sa Ra

See Say PaThiThidToh MaiHung Puttho Dhummo TaViLoJaNay , Sunkho PaThiThidToh MaiHung AuRay Sappa KuNaGaRo

HaTaYay May ArNuRutTho SareePutTho Ja TukKhiNay , GohnTunYo PhidThiPar KusSaMing MokKunLaNo Ja Wa Mar Gay

TukKhiNay SaWaNay MaiHung ArSoong ArNunTaRaHuLo , GusSaPo Ja MaHaNaMoh AuPaSoong WaMaSoTaGay

GaySunTay PhidThiPar KusSaMing , SuRiYo Wa PaPungGaRo , NiSinNo SiRiSumPunNo , SoPiTo MuNi PoongKaWo

GuMarLa GusSaPoh TayRo , MaHaySee JitTa Wa Ta Go , So MaiHung WaTaNay NidJung , PhaThidThaSi KuNaGaRo

PoonNo AungKuLiMarLoJa AuParLee NunTaSeeWaLee , TayRa PunJa E May ChaTa NaLaTay ThiLaGar Ma Ma

SaySarSeeThi MaHaTayRa ViShiTar ChiNaSaWaGa , A Tay SeeThi MaHaTayRa ChiTaWunTo ChiNoRaSa , ChaLunTar SeeLaTayChayNa AungKaMungKaySu SunThiTar

RaTaNung PuRaTo ArSi , TukKiNay MetTaSootTaGung , TaChakKung PudShaTo ArSi , WaMay AungKuliMarLaGung

CunTaMoRa PaRitTunJa , ArTar NarThiYa SoodTaGung , ArGarSay ShaTaNung ArSi , SaySar PaGarRaSunThiTar

Chi NaNa WaRaSunkYootTha , SudTupPaGarRa LungGaTar , WaTaPidTa ThiSunChaTa , ParHeRutChaShutTu PudTaWa

ArSaySar ViNaYung YunTu , ArNunTa ChiNaTayChaSar , WaSaTo May SaGitJayNa , SaTar SumPutThaPunChaRay

ChiNaPunChaRa MutChumaHe ViHaRunTung MaHee TaLay, SaTa PaLenTu Mung SupPay Tay MaHaPuRiSarSaPar

ItJayWaMunTo SuKootTo SuRukKho , CheNarNuParWayNa CheTuPudTaWo , DhumMaNuParWayNa CheTarReSunkKho , SunkKaNuParWayNa CheTunTaRaYo , SudDhumMarNuParWa Parrithtoh JaRaMi ChiNa Pun Cha Ray Thi

China Punchara Paridtung Mungrukkhatu Suppatha

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