Jīvaka Komārabhacca was the personal physician (Sanskrit: vaidya) of the Buddha and the Indian King Bimbisāra. He lived in Rājagṛha, present-day Rajgir, in the 5th century BCE. Sometimes described as the "Medicine King" (pinyin: yi wang), he figures prominently in legendary accounts in Asia as a model healer, and is honored as such by traditional healers in several Asian countries. The amulet made to help worshipper to have a better health, recovering from sickness as well as protection from sickness. The back of the amulet contained of Taowesuwan (bring wealth and protection), with takrut, phratart, stamped with code number.