Pra Suthon Manora is the story (Phra Su Thon Mano Ra) of the couple love. They started forming as soon as they met each other’s eyes. But with merit and karma from the past life brought them both to pay off the debt of love. Although both Phra Suthon and Manohra will give each other body and mind until the end.
But unjust karma leads both of them have to be far apart. This is because of the various cunning of the Brahmin the Priest and Patum Mala. She is the daughter who repeated the manorah, which is like the devil in the heart. They almost had to be sacrificed in the middle of the fire. While Phra Suthon went out to battle with Thao Nantharaj outside Phra Nakhon. But the merit of Phra Suthon’s love That overflowing in the heart of that manohra Reminds Manohra Must try to save his life To look forward to the return of beloved Swami
Pra Suthon Manora | พระสุธน มโนห์รา | Thai Drama | Thai Lakorn
The famous love story from epic of Thailand in Ayutthaya era. A story told and passed on through generations since the Ayutthaya period and which inspired a poem by King Rama V of Thailand. This tale about ‘Kinnaree Manora’ a goddess in thai tale. Kinnaree Manorah was a princess of Thai legend and was the youngest of the seven Kinnaree daughters of King Prathum and Queen Jantakinnaree. She lived in the mythical Mount Grairat kingdom. The Seven Kinnaree appeared as half woman half swan. They could fly or shed their wings to assume human form as they pleased.
‘Kinaree’ or ‘Thep Kinnaree’ is one of the loveliest of the Himmapan beings. Described as a beautiful half-woman, half swan, with the head and torso of a woman yet below the delicately tapered waist she has the body, tail and legs of a swan. Kinnaree also has human arms and the wings of a swan. While the Kinnaree has a male counterpart and is similar in form.