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Stock photo ID:179973775
Upload date:September 06, 2013

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Thai Puppetry has been apart of Thai culture and tradition for hundreds of years. The first puppet performance was called 'Hun Luang' otherwise known as Royal Puppet. It first started during the Ayutthaya period, but only during royal functions or within the royal palace were these puppets performed. Later, during the reign of King Rama 4, 'Hun Lek', or Small Puppets performed Niew Jeen (Chinese Opera) and the Ramayana along with 'Hun Kabok' or Stick Puppet and Hun Lakorn Lek otherwise known as Traditional Thai Small Puppets became open to the public and performed widely all around the country. The puppets are unique because of its special lifelike characteristics combining many different kinds of traditional art forms.
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