Thailand’s Ramayan : Ramkien

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Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya, Kerala Mural Painting

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Godavari River, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Thai Mythology Painting 3 by TravelPod Member Dorrance Mermaid History, Mythology Paintings, Art Thai, Kalamkari Painting, Thailand Art, Tarot, Art Asiatique, Mermaids And Mermen, Asian History

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Raja Ravi Varma

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Ramayana Story, The Path Show, Godavari River, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, The Path Show, Godavari River, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Raja Ravi Varma

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Godavari River, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya, Jantar Mantar

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Raja Ravi Varma, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Godavari River, Sanchi Stupa, Lord Sri Rama, Rath Yatra, Ajanta Caves, Bodh Gaya

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…

Heritage of India: The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana Kalamkari Painting, Madhubani Painting, Diwali Festival, Art Festival, Manipuri Dance, Ramayana Story, The Path Show, Sanchi Stupa, Rath Yatra

The Ramakien - Thailand Ramayana

The Ramakien (The Ramakien (รามเกียรติ์, "Glory of Rama", sometimes also spelled Ramakien) is Thailand's national epic, derived from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The word is derived from Sanskrit word Ramakhyan (Ram + Akhyan) where Akhyan means a long story or epic. A number of versions of the epic were lost in the destruction of Ayutthaya in 1767. Three versions currently exist, one of which was prepared in 1797 under the supervision of (and partly written by) King Rama I. His son, Rama II…