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Siawsawat (Fasicle Number 4 )
Summary: Siawsawat is a doctrine literature which the content include the main story and short folk tales. There was a millionaire family with two sons name Srisaliaw and Siawsawat. When the two grew up as the young men, the father gave them the houses. Srisaliaw, the elder brother, chose the finished house, while Siawsawat, the younger brother, chose the unfinished house. The father suddenly knew that his younger son, Siawsawat, is a wise man and will be successful in his life. The father taught his sons very well, guided them live their life, follow the custom, be generous, don't be lazy, persevere in studies, don't be a friend with the uncertain people, and believe in the parent words. However, the parent doctrine cannot be equivalent to the teaching of the Lord Buddha. Wise man will not live in the bad environment; because the environment shapes a man. Men should leave in a good place. After the parent passed away, the two brothers kept behaving and follow their parent words. One day, there was junk from Champa city that arrived at the port of their city. Siawsawat asked the merchant to travel with them. The merchant loved him like his son. On the trade way, Siawsawat often had strength questions in the crews' eyes. They thought that Siawsawat was insane. His questions, for example, were, "Is there any stone in the islet?", "Are there any people in the city?", and "Is there any wood in the forest?" When the merchant arrived home, he told his family about Siawsawat and his behavior and his questions. Nang Siwai, a beautiful daughter of the merchant then knew the meaning of Siawsawat's questions. The question "Is there any stone in the islet?" means "Is there any valuable stone in the islet". The question "Are there any people in the city?" means "Is there any wisemen in the city". "Is there any wood in the forest?" means "Is there any valuable wood in the forest". Then, the merchant realized that Siawsawat is a wise man, so he married him to his daughter, Nang Siwan. The king of Champa city, who has a bad virtue, has always thought that somebody wants to kill him. Every night, he orders 500 people to protect him. If anybody falls asleep, he will command a killing of that person and forfeiture of their property. One day, that duty turned to the merchant.s (Siawsawat's father-in-law). He knew that he will be killed by the king like other people who used to be in this duty. Thus, he gave all his properties to his daughter and his son-in-law. But, Siawsawat did not accept. He volunteered to do the duty for his father-in-law. At the palace, while he was on sentry, he was reciting very loud. That made the king change his mind every time he wanted to kill security guard. The next day, he had a chance to meet the king and told him the Buddha teaching through the folk tales reflect his behaviors. The king realized that Siawsawat is a wise man. He changed to have virtues of the king. He appointed Siawsawat to be a great master teaching his citizens. Afterward, Champa city changed to be a peaceful city, where the ruler and the citizens have virtues., No. of Pages: 251; No. of Fasicles: 6 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.
Siawsawat (Fasicle Number 5 )
Summary: Siawsawat is a doctrine literature which the content include the main story and short folk tales. There was a millionaire family with two sons name Srisaliaw and Siawsawat. When the two grew up as the young men, the father gave them the houses. Srisaliaw, the elder brother, chose the finished house, while Siawsawat, the younger brother, chose the unfinished house. The father suddenly knew that his younger son, Siawsawat, is a wise man and will be successful in his life. The father taught his sons very well, guided them live their life, follow the custom, be generous, don't be lazy, persevere in studies, don't be a friend with the uncertain people, and believe in the parent words. However, the parent doctrine cannot be equivalent to the teaching of the Lord Buddha. Wise man will not live in the bad environment; because the environment shapes a man. Men should leave in a good place. After the parent passed away, the two brothers kept behaving and follow their parent words. One day, there was junk from Champa city that arrived at the port of their city. Siawsawat asked the merchant to travel with them. The merchant loved him like his son. On the trade way, Siawsawat often had strength questions in the crews' eyes. They thought that Siawsawat was insane. His questions, for example, were, "Is there any stone in the islet?", "Are there any people in the city?", and "Is there any wood in the forest?" When the merchant arrived home, he told his family about Siawsawat and his behavior and his questions. Nang Siwai, a beautiful daughter of the merchant then knew the meaning of Siawsawat's questions. The question "Is there any stone in the islet?" means "Is there any valuable stone in the islet". The question "Are there any people in the city?" means "Is there any wisemen in the city". "Is there any wood in the forest?" means "Is there any valuable wood in the forest". Then, the merchant realized that Siawsawat is a wise man, so he married him to his daughter, Nang Siwan. The king of Champa city, who has a bad virtue, has always thought that somebody wants to kill him. Every night, he orders 500 people to protect him. If anybody falls asleep, he will command a killing of that person and forfeiture of their property. One day, that duty turned to the merchant.s (Siawsawat's father-in-law). He knew that he will be killed by the king like other people who used to be in this duty. Thus, he gave all his properties to his daughter and his son-in-law. But, Siawsawat did not accept. He volunteered to do the duty for his father-in-law. At the palace, while he was on sentry, he was reciting very loud. That made the king change his mind every time he wanted to kill security guard. The next day, he had a chance to meet the king and told him the Buddha teaching through the folk tales reflect his behaviors. The king realized that Siawsawat is a wise man. He changed to have virtues of the king. He appointed Siawsawat to be a great master teaching his citizens. Afterward, Champa city changed to be a peaceful city, where the ruler and the citizens have virtues., No. of Pages: 251; No. of Fasicles: 6 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.
Siawsawat (Fasicle Number 6 )
Summary: Siawsawat is a doctrine literature which the content include the main story and short folk tales. There was a millionaire family with two sons name Srisaliaw and Siawsawat. When the two grew up as the young men, the father gave them the houses. Srisaliaw, the elder brother, chose the finished house, while Siawsawat, the younger brother, chose the unfinished house. The father suddenly knew that his younger son, Siawsawat, is a wise man and will be successful in his life. The father taught his sons very well, guided them live their life, follow the custom, be generous, don't be lazy, persevere in studies, don't be a friend with the uncertain people, and believe in the parent words. However, the parent doctrine cannot be equivalent to the teaching of the Lord Buddha. Wise man will not live in the bad environment; because the environment shapes a man. Men should leave in a good place. After the parent passed away, the two brothers kept behaving and follow their parent words. One day, there was junk from Champa city that arrived at the port of their city. Siawsawat asked the merchant to travel with them. The merchant loved him like his son. On the trade way, Siawsawat often had strength questions in the crews' eyes. They thought that Siawsawat was insane. His questions, for example, were, "Is there any stone in the islet?", "Are there any people in the city?", and "Is there any wood in the forest?" When the merchant arrived home, he told his family about Siawsawat and his behavior and his questions. Nang Siwai, a beautiful daughter of the merchant then knew the meaning of Siawsawat's questions. The question "Is there any stone in the islet?" means "Is there any valuable stone in the islet". The question "Are there any people in the city?" means "Is there any wisemen in the city". "Is there any wood in the forest?" means "Is there any valuable wood in the forest". Then, the merchant realized that Siawsawat is a wise man, so he married him to his daughter, Nang Siwan. The king of Champa city, who has a bad virtue, has always thought that somebody wants to kill him. Every night, he orders 500 people to protect him. If anybody falls asleep, he will command a killing of that person and forfeiture of their property. One day, that duty turned to the merchant.s (Siawsawat's father-in-law). He knew that he will be killed by the king like other people who used to be in this duty. Thus, he gave all his properties to his daughter and his son-in-law. But, Siawsawat did not accept. He volunteered to do the duty for his father-in-law. At the palace, while he was on sentry, he was reciting very loud. That made the king change his mind every time he wanted to kill security guard. The next day, he had a chance to meet the king and told him the Buddha teaching through the folk tales reflect his behaviors. The king realized that Siawsawat is a wise man. He changed to have virtues of the king. He appointed Siawsawat to be a great master teaching his citizens. Afterward, Champa city changed to be a peaceful city, where the ruler and the citizens have virtues., No. of Pages: 251; No. of Fasicles: 6 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.
Sikkhabot
No. of Pages: 46 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Lost some pages., This palm leaf is about Sangha ceremony regarding leaving the Buddhist monkhood., 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.
Sut Mon
No. of Pages: 80 No. of Fascicles: 1 Script: Tham Isan Physical Condition: Lost some pages., This palm leaf is about a prayer in Pali language., 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.
Sut Munkutjai (Phuk 1), Nam (Phuk 2-3)
No. of Pages: 170; 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.
Suwannahoisang (Fasicle Number 1)
Summary: Once upon a time, there was King Yotsawimon of Phomnakhon city. The king had two queens: the first was Queen Chanthevee and the second was Queen Chanthra. When the two queens were pregnant, the royal astrologer forecasted that Queen Chanthevee will have a son, while Queen Chanthra will have a girl. That made Chanthra very jealous. She planned to slander and drive out Queen Chanthevee. Queen Chanthevee miraculously gave birth to a conch shell. Queen Chanthra took this chance to slander the first queen. Finally, the king drove out Queen Chanthevee to the forest. The queen stayed with an elder couple. One day, she found that her son was a human but lives in a conch shell. She broke the shell and named her son Sang Thong (Golden Conch Shell). When the King learned that he had a son, he was very happy and wanted them back. However, because of the jealousy of Queen Chanthra, mother and son were accused of city misfortune. This time the king floated them on the sea. Mother and son were separated. Queen Chanthevee was helped by a rich man in one city. Prince Sang Thong was adopted by Queen Phanthurat, a queen of giant city. The giantess loved the prince like her real son. She commanded all giants disguise themselves as human. One day the prince recognized that Queen Phanthurat was a giantess. He was scared and decided to leave the city of giants. Before he left, he bathed himself in the golden pond. Then, his body became beautiful like gold. After that, he took a Negrito form with golden shoes and sword. Then, he flew away from the giant city. When Queen Phanthurat realized that Prince Sang Thong ran away, she followed him to get him back. Unfortunately, the young prince was still scared of his foster mother. He made the decision to go and it broke Queen Phanthurat?s heart. Before her death, she gave the prince magical words to call fish and animals. Then, Prince Sang Thong arrived in Paranasi city where the king had seven beautiful daughters. This time the king invited princes from other cities to attend a mate finding ceremony. Six princesses chose six princes from big cities, but the youngest and most beautiful Princess, Rotchana, chose the Prince Sang Thong in the form of a Negrito because she saw a Golden Prince inside. The king was very angry; he expelled the couple to the farm and wanted to eradicate the Negrito. He tried many ways with the six son-in-laws, but failed. When the Inthra recognized what happened with Prince Sang Thong and Princess Rotchana, he decided to help. He challenged the king to play polo for the city. Nobody in the city could fight with the Inthra. There was only the Negrito left. Therefore, the queen asked Princess Rotchana to plead her husband fight for the city. Finally, Prince Sang Thong decided to help. He took his Negrito form off, and then the golden prince was shown to the people. He wore the golden shoes, and then flew into the sky to fight with the Intra. He won the game and the Inthra went back to the heaven. The king was very happy and gave Prince Sang Thong a throne. When King Yotsavimon learned the truth from the Inthra, he looked for Queen Chanthevee and they traveled together to see Prince Sang Thong. The queen applied to be a female cook in the palace. One day, she cooked for the Prince Sang Thong. She told their story by carving the squash and put it in the curry. The prince knew at once that the cook was his mother. At the end, he followed his parents and came back to the throne of Phomnakhon city., No. of Pages: 40; 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.
Suwannahoisang (Fasicle Number 3)
Summary: Once upon a time, there was King Yotsawimon of Phomnakhon city. The king had two queens: the first was Queen Chanthevee and the second was Queen Chanthra. When the two queens were pregnant, the royal astrologer forecasted that Queen Chanthevee will have a son, while Queen Chanthra will have a girl. That made Chanthra very jealous. She planned to slander and drive out Queen Chanthevee. Queen Chanthevee miraculously gave birth to a conch shell. Queen Chanthra took this chance to slander the first queen. Finally, the king drove out Queen Chanthevee to the forest. The queen stayed with an elder couple. One day, she found that her son was a human but lives in a conch shell. She broke the shell and named her son Sang Thong (Golden Conch Shell). When the King learned that he had a son, he was very happy and wanted them back. However, because of the jealousy of Queen Chanthra, mother and son were accused of city misfortune. This time the king floated them on the sea. Mother and son were separated. Queen Chanthevee was helped by a rich man in one city. Prince Sang Thong was adopted by Queen Phanthurat, a queen of giant city. The giantess loved the prince like her real son. She commanded all giants disguise themselves as human. One day the prince recognized that Queen Phanthurat was a giantess. He was scared and decided to leave the city of giants. Before he left, he bathed himself in the golden pond. Then, his body became beautiful like gold. After that, he took a Negrito form with golden shoes and sword. Then, he flew away from the giant city. When Queen Phanthurat realized that Prince Sang Thong ran away, she followed him to get him back. Unfortunately, the young prince was still scared of his foster mother. He made the decision to go and it broke Queen Phanthurat?s heart. Before her death, she gave the prince magical words to call fish and animals. Then, Prince Sang Thong arrived in Paranasi city where the king had seven beautiful daughters. This time the king invited princes from other cities to attend a mate finding ceremony. Six princesses chose six princes from big cities, but the youngest and most beautiful Princess, Rotchana, chose the Prince Sang Thong in the form of a Negrito because she saw a Golden Prince inside. The king was very angry; he expelled the couple to the farm and wanted to eradicate the Negrito. He tried many ways with the six son-in-laws, but failed. When the Inthra recognized what happened with Prince Sang Thong and Princess Rotchana, he decided to help. He challenged the king to play polo for the city. Nobody in the city could fight with the Inthra. There was only the Negrito left. Therefore, the queen asked Princess Rotchana to plead her husband fight for the city. Finally, Prince Sang Thong decided to help. He took his Negrito form off, and then the golden prince was shown to the people. He wore the golden shoes, and then flew into the sky to fight with the Intra. He won the game and the Inthra went back to the heaven. The king was very happy and gave Prince Sang Thong a throne. When King Yotsavimon learned the truth from the Inthra, he looked for Queen Chanthevee and they traveled together to see Prince Sang Thong. The queen applied to be a female cook in the palace. One day, she cooked for the Prince Sang Thong. She told their story by carving the squash and put it in the curry. The prince knew at once that the cook was his mother. At the end, he followed his parents and came back to the throne of Phomnakhon city., No. of Pages: 35; 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.
Suwannasang (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: One upon the time there was King Yotsawimon, king of Phomnakhon city. The king had two queens, the first queen was Queen Chanthevee the second queen was Queen Chanthra. When the two queens were pregnant, the royal astrologer forecasted that Queen Chanthevee will have a son, while Queen Chanthra will have a girl. That made Chanthra very jealous. She planed to slander and drive out queen Chantra. Queen Chanthevee, one day, miraculously gave birth to a conch shell, thus Queen Chantra took this chance to slandered the first quuen, finally the king drove out Queen Chantra to the forest. The queen stayed with the elder couple. One day she found that her son is a human but live in conch shell. She broke the shell and named her son Sang Thong (Golden Conch Shell). When the King knew that he had a son, he was very happy and wanted them back. However, because of the jealousy of Queen Chanthra, mother and son were accused of city misfortune. This time the king floated them on the sea, and mother and son was separated. Queen Chanthevee was helped by the rich man at one city. Prince Sang Thong was adopted by Queen Phanthurat a queen of giant city. The giantess loved the prince like her real son. She commanded all giants disguise as human. One day the prince recognized that Queen Phanthurat is a giantess. He scared and decided to leave the city of giant. Before he left, he bathe himself in the golden pond. Then, his body was beautiful like gold. After that, he took a Negrito form, golden shoes, and sword. Then he flew away for the giant city. When Queen Phanthurat realized that Prince Sang thong ran away, she followed him to take him back. Unfortunately, the young prince still scared his foster mother. He made a decision to go, it broke Queen Phanthurat heart. Before her dead she gave the prince the magical words to calling fish and animal. Then Prince Sang Thong arrive Paranasi city where the king has seven beautiful daughters. That time the king invited the princes from other cities to attend a mate finding ceremony. Six princesses chose six princes from big cities, but the youngest and most beautiful Princess Rotchana chose the Prince Sang Thong in a form of Negrito because she saw a Golden Prince inside. The king was very angry; he expelled the couple to the farm. And want to eradicate the Negrito. He tried many ways with the six son-in-laws, but fail. When the Inthra recognized what happen with Prince Sang Thong and Princess Rotchana, he decided to help. He challenged the king to play polo for the city. Nobody in the city could fight with the Inthra. There was only a Negrito left. Therefore, the queen asked Princess Rotchana to plead her husband fight for the city. Finally, Prince Sang Thong decided to help. He took a Negrito form off, and then the golden prince was appeared to people. He wore the golden shoes, then flew to the sky to fight with the Intra. He won the game and the Inthra went back to the heaven. The king was very happy and gave Prince Sang Thong a throne. When King Yotsavimon knew the truth from the Inthra, he looked for Queen Chanthevee and travel together to see Prince Sang Thong. The queen applied to be a female cook in the palace. One day, she cooked for the Prince Sang Thong. She told their story by carving the squash and put them in the curry. The prince knew at once that the cook is his mother. At the end he followed his parent came back to the throne of Phomnakhon city., No. of Pages: 36; 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.
Suwannasang (Fasicle no 1)
Summary: One upon the time there was King Yotsawimon, king of Phomnakhon city. The king had two queens, the first queen was Queen Chanthevee the second queen was Queen Chanthra. When the two queens were pregnant, the royal astrologer forecasted that Queen Chanthevee will have a son, while Queen Chanthra will have a girl. That made Chanthra very jealous. She planed to slander and drive out queen Chantra. Queen Chanthevee, one day, miraculously gave birth to a conch shell, thus Queen Chantra took this chance to slandered the first quuen, finally the king drove out Queen Chantra to the forest. The queen stayed with the elder couple. One day she found that her son is a human but live in conch shell. She broke the shell and named her son Sang Thong (Golden Conch Shell). When the King knew that he had a son, he was very happy and wanted them back. However, because of the jealousy of Queen Chanthra, mother and son were accused of city misfortune. This time the king floated them on the sea, and mother and son was separated. Queen Chanthevee was helped by the rich man at one city. Prince Sang Thong was adopted by Queen Phanthurat a queen of giant city. The giantess loved the prince like her real son. She commanded all giants disguise as human. One day the prince recognized that Queen Phanthurat is a giantess. He scared and decided to leave the city of giant. Before he left, he bathe himself in the golden pond. Then, his body was beautiful like gold. After that, he took a Negrito form, golden shoes, and sword. Then he flew away for the giant city. When Queen Phanthurat realized that Prince Sang thong ran away, she followed him to take him back. Unfortunately, the young prince still scared his foster mother. He made a decision to go, it broke Queen Phanthurat heart. Before her dead she gave the prince the magical words to calling fish and animal. Then Prince Sang Thong arrive Paranasi city where the king has seven beautiful daughters. That time the king invited the princes from other cities to attend a mate finding ceremony. Six princesses chose six princes from big cities, but the youngest and most beautiful Princess Rotchana chose the Prince Sang Thong in a form of Negrito because she saw a Golden Prince inside. The king was very angry; he expelled the couple to the farm. And want to eradicate the Negrito. He tried many ways with the six son-in-laws, but fail. When the Inthra recognized what happen with Prince Sang Thong and Princess Rotchana, he decided to help. He challenged the king to play polo for the city. Nobody in the city could fight with the Inthra. There was only a Negrito left. Therefore, the queen asked Princess Rotchana to plead her husband fight for the city. Finally, Prince Sang Thong decided to help. He took a Negrito form off, and then the golden prince was appeared to people. He wore the golden shoes, then flew to the sky to fight with the Intra. He won the game and the Inthra went back to the heaven. The king was very happy and gave Prince Sang Thong a throne. When King Yotsavimon knew the truth from the Inthra, he looked for Queen Chanthevee and travel together to see Prince Sang Thong. The queen applied to be a female cook in the palace. One day, she cooked for the Prince Sang Thong. She told their story by carving the squash and put them in the curry. The prince knew at once that the cook is his mother. At the end he followed his parent came back to the throne of Phomnakhon city., No. of Pages: 33; 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.

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