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Kalakate(Fasicle no 1)
Summary: At Paranasi city King Suriwonge and Queen Kal were succeeded to the throne. King Suriwonge has a magical horse named Maneekab which born to be his vehicle. The king wanted to have a son to inherit the throne form him. For that reason n, he asked for the son from the Intra (king of heaven). Then the Intra gave him a son by commanding the male and female angels reborn in the earth to be a couple. The male angel born to be Prince Lalakate the son of king Suriwong, while the female angel born to be Princess Maneechan, a daughter of King Phi-mon of Phi-mon city. One day the young prince Kalakate went to the stable where the horse Maneegab venue, then he wants to ride a magical horse. When he got on the horse, Maneegab flied him to Himmaphan forest. On the way to the forest, the Kalakate left the message with the couple sparrow and asked them give it to the King Suriwong. He said that he will leave the city for three years. When Prince Kalakate arrived the border of the city of King Phimon (magical ghost) and Queen Maleethong he knew from the villagers that the king have a very beautiful daughter named Princess Malachan. The prince tried to find a chance to meet the princess in the royal flower garden. When they met each other, they fall in love at the first sight. The prince came to see the princess at the night time for long until the king knew. The king wanted to kill the prince. He made a mechanic spear and hided it in the princess. Then, when the prince came to see the prince he was shot by the spear. Before he die, Prince Kalakate told Prince Maneechan do not burn his body but put him on the raft and float on the river. The raft floated against the river to the hermit.s hut. The hermit brought him back to alive, and taught him all subjects and magic. After finishing his study, he went back to Prince Maneechan. He announced the war against King Phimon, and won the battle. Finally, King Phimon allowed them to get married and stay in the throne. The couple stayed here for a while before Prince Kalakate started his journey again. The couple traveled to many cities, and everywhere they visit the king of the city offered them a throne. However, Prince Kalakate did not accept. At the end he came back to Paranasi city and stayed on the throne., No. of Pages: 1184; No. of Fasicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Kan Sukhwan
No. of Pages: 28 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Lost some pages., This palm leaf is about a ceremony to bring in luck to people who participate., This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Kham Sutr-Khawn, Kham Phuk-Khaen
No. of Pages: 20 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Complete, some pages were damaged, This palm leaf is about ceremony to bring in luck to people who participate., This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Kham Thaway Khowsark
No. of Pages: 40 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan, This palm leave contains the ceremony of Buddha, Buddhist's doctrine, Buddhist priest and calling the soul to receive the portion of merit., This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Khun Thung-Khun Thueng
Summary: Khun Thueng is a king of Chiang-Nguem city, has a queen name Budsadee. While he was traveling by himself in the forest for two months he fell in love with the great naga.s daughter. He levied with her in naga city for two years. Before he left the naga.s daugther to get back his own city; she gave him their son, named Khun Thung. However, his wife, queen Budsadee, did not like his son. So, Khun Thueng brought his son to the forest and asked the angle look after his son. One year later the brought his son back. When Khun Thung grew up, he would like to see his mother, so he asked his father to visit his naga mother. After stay with mother and grandparents for long time, he would like to get back to Chiang-Nguem city. Before he left the naga city, his grandfather gave him three magical stuffs; coppered pot, sword, and scythe. He asked his mother how to use these magical stuffs. She said, he could wished for everything from the coppered pot, the sword used as a weapon, and the scythe he need to drag on the ground and keep walking until the scythe hooked something. When he reached the large river the scythe was stuck. He decided to stay a night on the river bank. When he got up in the morning, he found this area was changed to be a big city. He named this city Sri-sut-ta-na-kha-na-hut. Then, he knocked on the coppered pot and prayed he got two beautiful ladies from the pot. He married them to be his queens. He succeeded to the throne for a while. Again he would like to travel in the forest. On the fifteen day he reached the Himmaparn forest.the magical place. He met the gibbon, she disguised as a beautiful lady. He fell in love with her, and stayed together for three years. They had a son, named Um-kha. Later, Khun Thung went back to Sri-sut-ta-na-kha-na-hut city with his so. And he promised that he will be back to brought his gibbon wife to stay together in the city. However, he never did it., No. of Pages: 117 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Lost some pages, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
KhunThung (Fasicle Number 1)
Summary: Khun Thueng is a king of Chiang-Nguem city, has a queen name Budsadee. While he was traveling by himself in the forest for two months he fell in love with the great naga.s daughter. He levied with her in naga city for two years. Before he left the naga.s daugther to get back his own city; she gave him their son, named Khun Thung. However, his wife, queen Budsadee, did not like his son. So, Khun Thueng brought his son to the forest and asked the angle look after his son. One year later the brought his son back. When Khun Thung grew up, he would like to see his mother, so he asked his father to visit his naga mother. After stay with mother and grandparents for long time, he would like to get back to Chiang-Nguem city. Before he left the naga city, his grandfather gave him three magical stuffs; coppered pot, sword, and scythe. He asked his mother how to use these magical stuffs. She said, he could wished for everything from the coppered pot, the sword used as a weapon, and the scythe he need to drag on the ground and keep walking until the scythe hooked something. When he reached the large river the scythe was stuck. He decided to stay a night on the river bank. When he got up in the morning, he found this area was changed to be a big city. He named this city Sri-sut-ta-na-kha-na-hut. Then, he knocked on the coppered pot and prayed he got two beautiful ladies from the pot. He married them to be his queens. He succeeded to the throne for a while. Again he would like to travel in the forest. On the fifteen day he reached the Himmaparn forest.the magical place. He met the gibbon, she disguised as a beautiful lady. He fell in love with her, and stayed together for three years. They had a son, named Um-kha. Later, Khun Thung went back to Sri-sut-ta-na-kha-na-hut city with his so. And he promised that he will be back to brought his gibbon wife to stay together in the city. However, he never did it., No. of Pages: 52; No. of Fasicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Munkutjai: Arkhayat (Phuk 4)
No. of Pages: 60; No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Khmer Physical Condition: Complete, This palm leaf is a Pali language text book: Verb Conjugation, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Munkutjai: Arkhayat (Phuk 4)
No. of Pages: 11; No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Missing some pages, This palm leaf is a Pali language text book: Verb Conjugation, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Munkutjai: Tattit (Phuk 5), Nam (Phuk 5)
No. of Pages: 102; No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Missing some pages, This palm leaf is a Pali language text book: Nouns, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
NamgTang-Orn (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: At Nakhonkhiri city, there was a king name Phrayakosri and the queen name Thongdang. They have a son name Thao Mahawong who was very infatuated with cockfighting. One day, he went to a forest with four noblemans to find a new fighting cock. He met a daughter of the great crocodile name Nag Thang-Orn who has a body like human. He married her to be his wife. Later on, Nang Thang-Orn gave birth to baby boy. That time Thoa Mahawong went to the forest to find an elephant. Because of the jealousy of other wives of Thao Mahawong, they alternated the prince with baby crocodile and floated the prince on the river. The angel brought him to look after in haven and named him Suriyong. Back to Thqo Mahawong, when he knew that Nag Thang-Orn gave birth to a baby crocodile he was very angry and droved her out of the city. She went back to her city to stay with her brother, King Khumpha who stayed on the throne after their father. King Khumpha felt pity for his sister. He decided to give the throne to other brother. Then he brought his sister left the city to practice martial art and incantation from the hermit in the forest. He intended to revenge his brother-in-law for his sister. For prince Suriyong, when he grew up he learned and practiced many subjects, and came back to help his mother. He married four ladies Nang Prathumma, Nang Inthawong, Nang Yardkham, and Nang Khamlai. Later, he was a king of Nakhonkhiri city., No. of Pages: 239; No. of Fasicles: 5 Script: Tham Isan, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.

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