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 Thailand is known as a nation that is rich in nature and culture. In the cultural aspect, the nation is religious and Buddhism ties all the people together as one. In the modern world, even though the new generations have developed into newer thoughts and actions, the people still have strong beliefs both on religion and what we cannot see. Buddhist Amulets is a great representation in beliefs, where some people swear that their amulets protect them and bring them luck everyday. Amulets are made of various materials, from organic compounds such as sacred dirt, clay, or metals including silver and gold. Most of the amulets are shaped with Buddha or the shape of a monk, while some represent other sacred images. The main component that gives the amulet its strong power is the blessing that is done by the monk or the creator, who uses long practiced magic and meditation to give power into the amulet. This is why the amulets that are very high in price and strong in powers are the amulets that were created by famous and highly respected monks who have become a historical figure in today's world.

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 Singha is a mythical creature that is referred to in many folktale legends throughout Asia. It is believed as a magical creature that looks similar to a lion that walks on the ground.

            The Singha is not only a legend that has been passed on from history through generations by word of mouth, it is believed to be a magical creature with abilities that is above the human world. Although overall it is often referred to as a creature that looks similar to a dragon, if we look back at where the legend has been believed to happen, where we will take a look at in this article, it is realized that the Singha is actually a creature that is a mix between Human, Buffalo, and a lizard. The reason that the Singha is believed to be a combination of many animals including humans may help explain the magical sense of the mythical creature.

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