Sorry, no definitions found.
“A little farther is the "yant" of the Pai Ute, with leaves fringed with teeth like its kind, the Agaves.”
“The author of books about Buddhist temples in Thailand and around Asia, his scholarly approach to sak yant is offset nicely by the clever, colorful photographs by Dan White.”
“Mr. Cummings shows how sak yant permeates all strata of society—actors, musicians and even Thai police detectives.”
“In gripping testimonials, he shows that sak yant are credited with gaining positions, winning lovers and even healing lethal diseases.”
“Both writers take readers beyond the tattoo parlors of the tourist trail to the temples and upcountry locations where sak yant traditions thrive and are passed along from recognized masters to new disciples.”
“Intricate but primitive-looking, with distinctive blue-black, hand-scrawled letters, often accompanied by cartoonish animals or demons, sak yant supposedly protect wearers from harm and give them mystical powers.”
“Another longtime Thailand correspondent, Mr. White delivers a broad showcase of sak yant art, everything from scripted scalps to full monastic rituals.”
“In the near term, one hopes that the two books will help dissuade Thai authorities from banning sak yant for foreigners.”
“Mixing religious beliefs and folklore from India, Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand, sak yant evolved over centuries and appeal to a broad range of people.”
“Even non-aficionados flocked to see Angelina Jolie baring her skin on video to get a sak yant tattoo in 2004.”
‘yant’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for yant.