Vasana Maha Jindamani is a sacred powder that is very important in the creation of Jatukam Ramthep amulets because the science to create this sacred powder was inherited since the Ayudhayan era, or several hundred years ago.
It was recorded that the supreme monk who first created Vasana Maha Jindamani was named “Somdej Phra Pana-rhut” of Wat Pakaew. He was the royal teacher of King Naresuarn the Great. A famous Thai king known for his courage in battle and the defeat of the Burmese army on Thai soil.
Several hundred years later the knowledge to create Vasana Maha Jindamani almost disappeared from Thai society. Fortunately a few famous senior monks, namely: Luang Phor Boon, the former abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew and Luang Phor Tong Yoo, the former abbot of Wat Tasao, Samutsakon province discovered the ancient science in long lost texts. These were recorded by Mor Nam, who was highly respected for his dedication to the preservation of such material for future generations.
Vasana Maha Jindamani sacred powder is made of several kinds of auspicious materials but the most distinguished component was the Twin Lotus, believed to be the sign of prosperity. Nowadays the twin lotus is very scarce and as such very difficult to create this sacred powder.
Apart from the rarity of the twin lotus, all the precious materials must pass both a sacred Hindu ceremony and a Buddhist ceremony before they finally can be known as Vasana Maha Jindamani sacred powder.[/b]