Sukhothai

Ssuchotai

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Sukhothai ( (Thai: ???????, pronounced[sù.k???. t??j])) was an early empire in the area around the municipality of Sukhothai, in northern parts of Mt. It was a realm from 1238 to 1438. Situated 12 km outside of Sukhothai in Tambon Mueang Kao, the old capitol is in a ruined area and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Sanskrit sukhothai (??? "happiness") + uudaya (??? "ascent, ascent"), which means "dawn of happiness". Sitting Buddha in "Maravijaya", second half of the 20th centr. There were Tai Kingdom in the North Highland before the thirteenth centuries, among them the Ngoenyang Kingdom of the Tai Yuan tribe (centered on Chiang Saen and the forerunner of the Lan Na) and the Heokam Kingdom of the Tai Lue tribe (centered on Chiang Hung, the contemporary Jinghong in China).

It was a trading center and part of Lavo (now Lopburi), which was under the rule of the Khmer kingdom. Contemporary scholars explained that the separation of Sukhothai (also called Sukhodaya)[2] from the Khmer Kingdom began as early as 1180 during the rule of Pho Khun Sri Naw Namthom, the sovereign of Sukhothai and the surrounding town of Si Satchanalai (now part of the province of Sukhothai as Amphoe).

The city had a considerable degree of independence until it was recaptured by the Mon of Lavo under Khomsabad Khlonlampong in 1180. Thai tradition has it that the founding of the Sukhothai Empire was regarded by Thai scholars as the beginning of their nationalism. Contemporary historic research shows that Thai culture began before Sukhothai.

Nevertheless, the founding of Sukhothai is still a celebration. Two of his brothers, Pho Khun Ban Muang and Ram Khamhaeng, extended the Sukhothai state. Ramkamhaeng subdued the kingdoms of Supannabhum and Sri Thamnakorn (Tambralinga) in the southern part and accepted Theravada as a state religious group. The expansion of Sukhothai was described in a great way by tradition and the exactness of these assertions is controversial.

Ramkhamhaeng assisted the Mons under Wareru (who is said to have run away with Ramkamhaeng's daughter) to free himself from pagan rule in the western world and founded a empire in Martaban (they later relocated to Pegu). Thus Thai geographers regarded the empire of Martaban as a Sukhothai-river. In reality, however, this Sukhothai rule may not have spread so far.

Regarding cultural issues, Ramkhamhaeng asked the Sri Thamnakorn friars to spread the Theravada Faith in Sukhothai. The Thai typeface was created by Ramkamhaeng in 1283 and written into the disputed Ramkamhaeng stele, which was found 600 years later by Mongkut. Once again, the first relationship with the Yuan Empire was established and Sukhothai began to send trading mission to China.

Sukhothai' s famous export was the Sangkalok (Song Dynasty ceramics) - the only time in which Siamese made Chinese looking ceramic and in the XIV th cent. At the beginning of the XIV c. the Thai dominated most of today's Thailand. The Khmer ruled only the east of the country.

3 ]:223 After Ramkhamhaeng's demise, the Sukhothai influx divorce. The Mon state collapsed in the western part of the country in 1319, and in 1321 Lanna Tak, one of the oldest cities under the command of Sukhothai, came under his con... In this way, the empire was quickly brought down to its former significance locally.

Sukhothai' s Silajaruek are hundred of engravings in stones, representing a historic note of that time. The most important epigraphs include Silajaruek Pho Khun Ramkhamhaeng (stone inscription of King Ramkhamhaeng), Silajaruek Wat Srichum (a report on the story of the area itself and Sri Lanka) and Silajaruek Wat Pamamuang (a political-religious note by King Loethai).

Since then, as part of the contemporary nation-building processes, contemporary Siamese or Thailand domestic histories cover the story of Sukhothai. Succothai was considered the'first capital of the nation',[2] followed by Ayutthaya, Thonburi to Rattanakosin or today Bangkok. Siam/Thailand's Sukhothai story was decisive among the'modernists', both'conservative' and'revolutionary'.

Rama IV (King Mongkut) said he found "the first stone inscription" in Sukhothai that tells the tale of Sukhothai's origins, heroes such as Ram Khamhaeng, the administration system and other evolutions that were regarded as the "prosperous time" of the empire. Sukhothai' s past continued to be important after the 1932 revolution.

Research and publications on the historical background of Sukhothai were rich. One of the best-known themes was Sukhothai's'democracy'. This is the tale of the intimate relation between the kingdom and its peoples, livelyly described as the father-son relationship,[12] the "seed" of Thai democracies. However, the transformation of the dominant genre took place when the later societies adopted the "foreign" Khmer's Angkor traditions, inspired by Hinduism and "mystical" Mahayana Buddhism.

Sukhothai' s history became a role example of "freedom". Bhumisak Jit, a'revolutionary' scientist, also saw in the Sukhothai era the beginning of the liberating struggle of the Thais from the alien emperor Angkor. It was during the 1950s and subsequent reign of the army that Sukhothai was included in the curricula of Thailand. Succhothai became the example of'father-son' power, described as'Thai democracy', free of'foreign ideology'; the Angkoran traditions in comparison to the communist regime.

There have been other Sukhothai issues that have been seriously studied, such as the bourgeois and slavery situations and the economy. "Origins of the Sukhodaya Dynasty" (PDF). Siam Society magazine. The Siam Heritage Trust. Sukhodaya, and Sri Sajjannlaya, in the Menam Yom, is the first historic Thai ruling family.

She has a dual right to this name because she was in exactly the land referred to by aliens as "Siam" (Khmer: Syam; Chinese Sien, etc.), and because it is this dictatorship that opened the way for the creation of the Kingdom of Siam by liberating the Thai dynasties from the cambodian yok and progressively expanding their conquest to the Malay Peninsula.

"Ahm and the Study of Early Thai Society" (PDF). Siam Society magazine. The Siamese Heritage Trust. Brief story (2nd ed.). Thai story (3rd ed.). "The story of Wat Pavaranivesa" (PDF). Siam Society magazine. The Siam Heritage Trust. "of Phra Ram Khamhaeng of Sukhothai, 1293 A.D.".

Siam Society magazine. The Siam Heritage Trust. Journal of the Siam Society from 1968-1979"--Pref. Inscription, Thai. German, English and Thai; some Pali (in Roman). "Judgement in Siamese and Chinese tradition: Siam Society magazine. The Siam Heritage Trust.

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