Khun Paen Hoon Pa Yong Make By Kruba Det

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
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  • Sold Date: Jan 02,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Kun Pan

(Legend of the Warlord)

"Courage creates a Hero,

Destroyed by Passion,

Through magic he becomes a legend"

Prologue:

During the reign of King Prapunwasa, the city of Ayudhaya became prosperous from trading with foreign nations. Although a few rebel groups existed, they were not difficult to control.

The town Supunburi was under the command of Ayudhaya and home to the magical warrior Kungai; a man of great courage and versality. He was the Head of the Swordsmen. His wife, Tongpasri, has a son named Plykaew whose friend Chang was son of Srivichai and Thapton, who were wealthy and popular in town.

However, when the King visited Supunburi, Plykaew's life changed forever.

Chapter1:

It all started with a messenger from the King toward his landed servant, Srivichai orders Kungai and his men to round up herd of wild buffalos within 5 days and take it to the Royal Camp at Supunburi River .

However, Kungai failed to carry out the King's order. T were too few buffalos to the King's liking and the buffalos even destroy/stampede the Royal Camp. Hence, the King ordered Kungai to be punished. An executioner was told to take Kungai away and cut off his head, whip and slash all Kungai's slave, take back Kungai's family property and to bring over his wife and son.

This unfortunate incident of Kungai execution was witnessed by his son, Plykaew, secretly and accidentally. Stunned and in tears from witnessing his father death, Plykaew went to find his mother (Tongpasri). Both of them managed to escape the soldiers.

Tongpasri then brought Plykaew to studied with Monk Boon in Kanchanaburi, then with Monk Mee at Pailalai Temple .

Chapter2:

Upon their return to Supunburi, Plykaew met back his childhood love; a girl named Pimpilalai, and his childhood arch enemy and rival Chang who also is in love with Pim (short for Pimpilalai) and wish to marry her.

However, Pim is drawn more towards Kaew (short for Plykaew) and so is he. Kaew then decided to quit becoming a monk and marries her after sleeping with her.

Angry and heartbroken, Chang found an opportunity during his meeting with the King and suggested Kaew as the best candidate to fight against the rebels in the North; the town of Chiang Mai .

And so Kaew was chosen to go off and fight, leaving his love, Pim, behind.

Chapter3:

Time goes by, and Chang, desperate to earn love from Pim after knowing Plykaew has won the battle in Chiang Mai; went with his two loyal servants Sri and Grub, to rob a grave with prayers that no ghost will haunt them.

Chang then presents the ashes from the bone of the dead that he dug the previous night to Pim and claim that Kaew has died during the battle.

Pim who has fell ill during the time Kaew was away already changes her name to Wantong as instructed by the abbot/monk. The monk then blessed Wantong as a new soul and life. Pimpilalai is bad luck and better be forgotten.

Eventually, though hard to accept, Pim (now known as Wantong) believes Chang's story that Kaew is dead and mourns him.

On the other side, Kaew was given a new titl...

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