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Thailand - Thai Culture - Classical Literature

Classical Literature: Early Thai classical literature was mainly concerned with and about religion and history relating to the royal household and nobles, their wars, trials and tribulations. The writings were governed by a strict code of pattern and verse.

There are a couple of Thai epics - the best known and understood is the 'Ramakian' that seems to be derived from the Indian epic 'Ramayana'.

Early in the 20th century King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) who reigned from 1910 to 1925 - caused a seed change favouring a western style of prose. This has generally remained in favour since.




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