The Reflection in the Lan Khamkong Law

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Pacharamon Jaingamdee


The objectives of this article were to study the reflection in the Lan khamkong law. The document with 1 palm leaf, tied with 103 palm leaves. The National Library of Bangkok has preserved its significance as the only document addressing the Lan khamkong Law, the only law of the Phuan ethnic group. In the story of Khun Burom, number 60 in Khun Burom's story, the content is divided into 2 parts, namely, in the first part discussing the legend of Khun Burom. The second part was recorded on the Lan Khamkong Law. Lord Aissara Chettha, or Phra Chao Lan Khamkong (1915-1965), In the reign of Chao Khiew Kham Yo, he established himself in the Tosaphit Rajadhamma. His Highness had the power. He revised the law, called the Law of Lan kham kong. The research results were found as follows:

1. A reflection on the Phuan’s pets.

2. A reflection on the Phuan people's values.

3. Reflection on the way of life of the Phuan people.

4. Reflections on Phuan society Literature reflects the image of society.

5. A reflection on the beliefs of the Phuan people.

6. Reflections on nature and the environment The Lan Khamkong Law.

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Jaingamdee, P. (2022). The Reflection in the Lan Khamkong Law. Journal of Arts Management, 6(3), 1423–1439. Retrieved from
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