Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno was born in August 1, 2497. He is the 9th child in the family with total 10 children. Kruba took up the robes as monk under Phra Kruba Pu and follow him on Tudong to Cambodia and Laos. When Kruba was 25 years old, he received his Bhikku ordination on October 27, 2522. His monkhood name "Intawanno" was given at that time. After that, Kruba spent 10 years studied Buddhist holy texts and practice meditation in the forest which is located in the Northern part of Thailand.

In 2532, Kruba resided in a cave above the Moonbon Dam in Khonburi. After 3 years, local people knowing about a great monk in their area thus they request Kruba to move to the forest and build the Wat Pa Mahawan, a forest monastery. Facilities were built and a pond of water supplied, was dug with the help and efforts of the local people. Kruba used the earth from the newly dug pond to make the Salika Couple as sacred object of worship and bless by Kruba himself. After that, Kruba continue making his Butterfly amulet which actually a pair of Salika.

Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno is a famous Guru, known for making efficacious pendants of the King of Butterfly or Thep Jamleng Pamora. The efficacy of his pendants has been witnessed by many of his believers and had even won over many hardcore sceptics who had originally thought that this was just another sales gimmick thought about by enterprising amulets businessmen. Many people who have worn the above pendant have reported very significant changes to their lives and experiences of good luck and good fortune. As such, this amulet is very popular with devotees especially from the Asian countries due to its many good experiences.

The price for a King of Butterfly pendant of this kind and size can go up to a few hundred US dollars. However, in order to spread the teachings of Buddha Dhamma under Master Phra Kruba's guidance, there are pieces been offered at much lower rental and is a good rent for new devotees. Handwritten gold and or silver takruts of Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno, a medal of the King of Butterfly and pieces of gemstones have been attached to the back of the pendant. The gold or silver or both takruts enhance the power of the pendant while the exquisite gemstones bring about richness and good interpersonal relationships. Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno has also written sacred "yan" personally onto the back of the pendant to invest it with excellent powers and blessings. Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno once said that gemstones have beneficial energy within themselves naturally and by using gemstones in his pendants, Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno is harnessing the natural powers of gemstones to bless people with good luck and fortune. However, Kruba said that not just any gemstone bought from the jeweller can be worn for such purposes as the stones have to be blessed and cleansed first of impure energy by a qualified master who has the mind power to do so. The eight-sided medal of the King of Butterfly in the middle of the amulet behind attracts luck and fortune from all eight directions to the wearer. The painting on the amulet was done by Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno himself using natural paints.
As this is a painstaking job, Kruba could only produce very little of each of these pendants each day. That is the reason why these amulets are in great demand by devotees. All authentic amulets of Phra Kruba Krissana Intawanno must have his hand-signed signature on the amulet. Other factory remakes which were brought to him for blessing and fake amulets do not have his signature. Only pieces which were made by him personally were signed by him as a mark of authenticity and guarantee. Kruba's amulet is made of a carefully-selected mixture of flower powder, holy powder and other sacred materials. As such, this nice amulet has a strong and pleasant fragrance that lingers around even after a long period of time.