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NamgTang-Orn (Fasicle no 2)
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.
NamgTang-Orn (Fasicle no 3)
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.
NamgTang-Orn (Fasicle no 4)
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.
NamgTang-Orn (Fasicle no 5)
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.
Naphang Klai Kadon (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: The story is telling about the separated of the Inthra's forehead and occipital because of his Karma. On the day that he died from the heaven he was killed by Phrayathan; his body, forehead and occipital were separated and thrown to the earth. Even Queen Chada tried many ways to bring her husband back to alive; however it was not succeeded because of his karma. Finally, Thaw Wetsuwan (the king of hell) brought the head of died monk to put on the body of the Inthra to made him alive. After, the renewed the Inthra and Queen Chada were back to the heaven. The forehead of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Phimpa who is a daughter of Phraya Kam Lan the king of Cammoon city. Phraya Kam Lan named the prince Chankumar, but the prince did not accept that name. He cried until the grandfather named him Naphark (forehead). The boy always asked for the Kadon (occipital), that made people thought that he was insane. Later on, decided to runaway from home to look for Kadon. The Inthra gave him a wishing crystal to protect him. When he arrived Phasamang city he had a chance to help the king form the giant. Therefore, the king gave his daughter in marriage to Naphak. The giant was very angry; he declared war on Phasamang city. Naphak won this war and then he was appointed to be a king who has virtues. The occipital of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Kongkaew who is a queen of Phraya Ratcharatsa the king of Cammoon city. He named Kadon. When he grew up, the prince always asked for Naphak. People thought that he was insane decided to runaway from home to look for Naphak. This time the Inthra gave him a magical horse. He traveled to Yangdang city. He had a chanced to help the poor family which being exploited by the millionaire. When the king know about his story and realized his brave, smart, and virtue, he offered the city to Kadon. He stayed on the throne for a while before he gave it to Thao Kam Klom, a brother in the poor family. Then, he started his journey again to fine Naphak. At the city of Phraya Phabang, his son was deeply in love with Nag Sumontha the daughter of Phraya Kaosri. However, he did not allow them to get married. Be said that his son-in-law must be a great guy who is brave, smart, and virtue. Phraya Phabang realized the fame of Kadon. Therefore, he invited Kadon to teach his son. Later on, the lover got married by the assistant of Kadon. Back to the Inthra, after he back to heaven with Queen Chada, they stayed on the throne until it was their time to die from heaven. They were reborn as a couple on the earth. The Inthra want to meet Napak and Kadon. However, when Naphak and Kadon were met, they die immediately. Queen Chada brought them back by nectar. The three king stay on the same throne for a while before they agree to be single. They asked Thao Wetsuwan to help. The step started with brining the spirits from the body, and then took the head of monk from the Inthra's body. After that, he put the body in a wishing pond. Finally, he put the spirits back into the new body. Thus, the Inthra was reborn in a new body. Queen Chada gave birth to two princes, Prince Phromsan and Prince Phromsri. When they grew up, Prince Phromsri who has a supernatural power wanted to kill Phrayathan for his father. Even his father wanted him to stop. But, he did not listen. Prince Phromsri went to's place to fight with him. The new reform Inthra won Phrayathan, and married Phrayathan seven daughters. Then they back to Pharanasri city to be a new Intra. He atsyed on the throne of heaven until it was his time to die from heaven., No. of Pages: 60; 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.
Naphank (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: The story is telling about the separated of the Inthra.s forehead and occipital because of his Karma. On the day that he died from the heaven he was killed by Phrayathan; his body, forehead and occipital were separated and thrown to the earth. Even Queen Chada tried many ways to bring her husband back to alive; however it was not succeeded because of his karma. Finally, Thaw Wetsuwan (the king of hell) brought the head of died monk to put on the body of the Inthra to made him alive. After, the renewed the Inthra and Queen Chada were back to the heaven. The forehead of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Phimpa who is a daughter of Phraya Kam Lan the king of Cammoon city. Phraya Kam Lan named the prince Chankumar, but the prince did not accept that name. He cried until the grandfather named him Naphark (forehead). The boy always asked for the Kadon (occipital), that made people thought that he was insane. Later on, decided to runaway from home to look for Kadon. The Inthra gave him a wishing crystal to protect him. When he arrived Phasamang city he had a chance to help the king form the giant. Therefore, the king gave his daughter in marriage to Naphak. The giant was very angry; he declared war on Phasamang city. Naphak won this war and then he was appointed to be a king who has virtues. The occipital of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Kongkaew who is a queen of Phraya Ratcharatsa the king of Cammoon city. He named Kadon. When he grew up, the prince always asked for Naphak. People thought that he was insane decided to runaway from home to look for Naphak. This time the Inthra gave him a magical horse. He traveled to Yangdang city. He had a chanced to help the poor family which being exploited by the millionaire. When the king know about his story and realized his brave, smart, and virtue, he offered the city to Kadon. He stayed on the throne for a while before he gave it to Thao Kam Klom, a brother in the poor family. Then, he started his journey again to fine Naphak. At the city of Phraya Phabang, his son was deeply in love with Nag Sumontha the daughter of Phraya Kaosri. However, he did not allow them to get married. Be said that his son-in-law must be a great guy who is brave, smart, and virtue. Phraya Phabang realized the fame of Kadon. Therefore, he invited Kadon to teach his son. Later on, the lover got married by the assistant of Kadon. Back to the Inthra, after he back to heaven with Queen Chada, they stayed on the throne until it was their time to die from heaven. They were reborn as a couple on the earth. The Inthra want to meet Napak and Kadon. However, when Naphak and Kadon were met, they die immediately. Queen Chada brought them back by nectar. The three king stay on the same throne for a while before they agree to be single. They asked Thao Wetsuwan to help. The step started with brining the spirits from the body, and then took the head of monk from the Inthra.s body. After that, he put the body in a wishing pond. Finally, he put the spirits back into the new body. Thus, the Inthra was reborn in a new body. Queen Chada gave birth to two princes, Prince Phromsan and Prince Phromsri. When they grew up, Prince Phromsri who has a supernatural power wanted to kill Phrayathan for his father. Even his father wanted him to stop. But, he did not listen. Prince Phromsri went to.s place to fight with him. The new reform Inthra won Phrayathan, and married Phrayathan seven daughters. Then they back to Pharanasri city to be a new Intra. He atsyed on the throne of heaven until it was his time to die from heaven., No. of Pages: 54; 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.
Naphank Klai Kadon (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: The story is telling about the separated of the Inthra's forehead and occipital because of his Karma. On the day that he died from the heaven he was killed by Phrayathan; his body, forehead and occipital were separated and thrown to the earth. Even Queen Chada tried many ways to bring her husband back to alive; however it was not succeeded because of his karma. Finally, Thaw Wetsuwan (the king of hell) brought the head of died monk to put on the body of the Inthra to made him alive. After, the renewed the Inthra and Queen Chada were back to the heaven. The forehead of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Phimpa who is a daughter of Phraya Kam Lan the king of Cammoon city. Phraya Kam Lan named the prince Chankumar, but the prince did not accept that name. He cried until the grandfather named him Naphark (forehead). The boy always asked for the Kadon (occipital), that made people thought that he was insane. Later on, decided to runaway from home to look for Kadon. The Inthra gave him a wishing crystal to protect him. When he arrived Phasamang city he had a chance to help the king form the giant. Therefore, the king gave his daughter in marriage to Naphak. The giant was very angry; he declared war on Phasamang city. Naphak won this war and then he was appointed to be a king who has virtues. The occipital of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Kongkaew who is a queen of Phraya Ratcharatsa the king of Cammoon city. He named Kadon. When he grew up, the prince always asked for Naphak. People thought that he was insane decided to runaway from home to look for Naphak. This time the Inthra gave him a magical horse. He traveled to Yangdang city. He had a chanced to help the poor family which being exploited by the millionaire. When the king know about his story and realized his brave, smart, and virtue, he offered the city to Kadon. He stayed on the throne for a while before he gave it to Thao Kam Klom, a brother in the poor family. Then, he started his journey again to fine Naphak. At the city of Phraya Phabang, his son was deeply in love with Nag Sumontha the daughter of Phraya Kaosri. However, he did not allow them to get married. Be said that his son-in-law must be a great guy who is brave, smart, and virtue. Phraya Phabang realized the fame of Kadon. Therefore, he invited Kadon to teach his son. Later on, the lover got married by the assistant of Kadon. Back to the Inthra, after he back to heaven with Queen Chada, they stayed on the throne until it was their time to die from heaven. They were reborn as a couple on the earth. The Inthra want to meet Napak and Kadon. However, when Naphak and Kadon were met, they die immediately. Queen Chada brought them back by nectar. The three king stay on the same throne for a while before they agree to be single. They asked Thao Wetsuwan to help. The step started with brining the spirits from the body, and then took the head of monk from the Inthra's body. After that, he put the body in a wishing pond. Finally, he put the spirits back into the new body. Thus, the Inthra was reborn in a new body. Queen Chada gave birth to two princes, Prince Phromsan and Prince Phromsri. When they grew up, Prince Phromsri who has a supernatural power wanted to kill Phrayathan for his father. Even his father wanted him to stop. But, he did not listen. Prince Phromsri went to's place to fight with him. The new reform Inthra won Phrayathan, and married Phrayathan seven daughters. Then they back to Pharanasri city to be a new Intra. He atsyed on the throne of heaven until it was his time to die from heaven., No. of Pages: 84; No. of Fasicles: 2 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.
Naphank Klai Kadon (Fasicle no 2)
Summary: The story is telling about the separated of the Inthra's forehead and occipital because of his Karma. On the day that he died from the heaven he was killed by Phrayathan; his body, forehead and occipital were separated and thrown to the earth. Even Queen Chada tried many ways to bring her husband back to alive; however it was not succeeded because of his karma. Finally, Thaw Wetsuwan (the king of hell) brought the head of died monk to put on the body of the Inthra to made him alive. After, the renewed the Inthra and Queen Chada were back to the heaven. The forehead of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Phimpa who is a daughter of Phraya Kam Lan the king of Cammoon city. Phraya Kam Lan named the prince Chankumar, but the prince did not accept that name. He cried until the grandfather named him Naphark (forehead). The boy always asked for the Kadon (occipital), that made people thought that he was insane. Later on, decided to runaway from home to look for Kadon. The Inthra gave him a wishing crystal to protect him. When he arrived Phasamang city he had a chance to help the king form the giant. Therefore, the king gave his daughter in marriage to Naphak. The giant was very angry; he declared war on Phasamang city. Naphak won this war and then he was appointed to be a king who has virtues. The occipital of the Inthra reborn in the womb of Nang Kongkaew who is a queen of Phraya Ratcharatsa the king of Cammoon city. He named Kadon. When he grew up, the prince always asked for Naphak. People thought that he was insane decided to runaway from home to look for Naphak. This time the Inthra gave him a magical horse. He traveled to Yangdang city. He had a chanced to help the poor family which being exploited by the millionaire. When the king know about his story and realized his brave, smart, and virtue, he offered the city to Kadon. He stayed on the throne for a while before he gave it to Thao Kam Klom, a brother in the poor family. Then, he started his journey again to fine Naphak. At the city of Phraya Phabang, his son was deeply in love with Nag Sumontha the daughter of Phraya Kaosri. However, he did not allow them to get married. Be said that his son-in-law must be a great guy who is brave, smart, and virtue. Phraya Phabang realized the fame of Kadon. Therefore, he invited Kadon to teach his son. Later on, the lover got married by the assistant of Kadon. Back to the Inthra, after he back to heaven with Queen Chada, they stayed on the throne until it was their time to die from heaven. They were reborn as a couple on the earth. The Inthra want to meet Napak and Kadon. However, when Naphak and Kadon were met, they die immediately. Queen Chada brought them back by nectar. The three king stay on the same throne for a while before they agree to be single. They asked Thao Wetsuwan to help. The step started with brining the spirits from the body, and then took the head of monk from the Inthra's body. After that, he put the body in a wishing pond. Finally, he put the spirits back into the new body. Thus, the Inthra was reborn in a new body. Queen Chada gave birth to two princes, Prince Phromsan and Prince Phromsri. When they grew up, Prince Phromsri who has a supernatural power wanted to kill Phrayathan for his father. Even his father wanted him to stop. But, he did not listen. Prince Phromsri went to's place to fight with him. The new reform Inthra won Phrayathan, and married Phrayathan seven daughters. Then they back to Pharanasri city to be a new Intra. He atsyed on the throne of heaven until it was his time to die from heaven., No. of Pages: 84; No. of Fasicles: 2 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.
Nok-Kra-Jork (Little Sparrows)
Summary: The story tells about the sparrow couple living in the hermit.s beard. One day, while the father bird was seeking for food to feed his family, he was shut in the lotus and couldn.t go back home. Next morning, the couple had a big fight. The husband swears that if he was unfaithful, he would be has a sin as the hermit. When the hermit heard that, he was very angry. And asked why he has a sin. The father bird said because you couldn.t have a child, after you die you would be in hell. Then, the hermit expelled the sparrows from his beard. And he himself left the hermit hood, and made a family like other people. The sparrow.s family moved to the forest. One day, there was a wildfire, the couple made a promise they would not leave each other, and would be dead together in the fire. But, when the fire reached their net, the husband could not endure the fire. He flied away from his family, left the family died in the fire. The mother bird reborn as a very beautiful princess named Chantachorn. She didn.t want to speak with any men. Her father announced that if any men could heal his daughter speak to the guy, he would let them married. The father bird reborn as a very handsome prince named Worakit. When he grew up as a young man, he heard about how beautiful of princes Chantachorn. He would like to try to make the princes speak. By removed his heart to the pillow and other stuffs pretends that they can speak. Then he told these stuff the stories defame the women to induce the princes speak with. However, she said nothing. Finally, he told the story about the sparrow couple, but changed the end in the wrong way. In the new story, the mother bird was the one who left the family died in the fire. This made the princess very angry; she objected, and said that it's not true. Hearing his daughter speak, thus, the king arranged the marriage for them, and let them govern the country., No. of Pages: 301; 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.
Pajittee
No. of Pages: 16 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan, This palm leaf contains rules for monks; smaller section, Mahawak, Pajittee., 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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