Toilen Mohan Collection

This collection of manuscripts belongs to Toilen Mohan.

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  • Bar Amra

    File Ref: EAP373/52/1
    This is a paper copy of the Tai languages lexicon Bar Amra. The entries in this lexicon is from /ka/ uptill /ma/. The last page contains a mantra which is meant to be read to purify any household if it is struck by lightening. Lak Ni Singa, Dvn Sam (3rd mo ...
  • Fragment [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/2
    This is a writing practice manuscript. ...
  • Fragments [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/3
    The content in each of the folios is different. The first folio contains Nang Khai story. It is the story of Ka Pha Yenga, Lengdon's daughter getting married to Lengdon. ...
  • Mantra [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/4
    This manuscript contains a mantra calling Lengdon, the God of Thunder, Wind, Hail and Chao Pha Jan Sai Hung to come and take the offerings made to them. The offerings made to them mentioned here are bettle nut, chicken eggs, rice cakes and sugarcane. ...
  • Aap Naam [1797-78]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/5
    This manuscript contains mantra to purify water for bathing. It is believed that bathing with purified water helps in getting rid of the evil eye, evil spirits and diseases. This manuscript is complete, containing 7 folios. It commences with the phrase sam ...
  • Mantra [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/6
    This manuscript contains mantra to be recited by priests alluding to Lengdon, Then Kham, Ja+S5singpha and Sen Kham. The bck side of the first folio has names of some Lak Ni years. ...
  • Mantra

    File Ref: EAP373/52/7
    This is compilation of two manuscripts. The first one is Tup Kai Puthi and the second one is Paat Mo Rong. The content in the Tup Kai maunscript contains a story of the creation of theTai race by Phra Lai Pet by sending his daughters to earth. The Paat Mo ...
  • Ngi Kham [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/8
    This manuscript is about the support offered to the people of the king who is called Chau Ngi Kham, and it is all about all the things which are provided for that kingdom. The phrase chau ngi vi 'oh Lord Ngi (2nd son)' is found in this text. ...
  • Baag Dam Puthi [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/9
    This manuscript contains mantra alluding to ancestors seeking their blessings. The ancestors are offered different kinds of things like 7 buffaloes, 7 big pigs, 7 small pigs, 140 chicken, 140 piegons, 140 eggs and 7 white cows. It is further mentioned that ...
  • Sai Pha Bidhi [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/10
    This manuscript is recited in the Sai Pha puja. It contains mantra alluding to the household diety for the well being of the family of the house where this ceremony is conducted. ...
  • Um Pha Bidha

    File Ref: EAP373/52/11
    This manuscript is recited in the Om Pha puja. And this is a very rare copy of the original Sasi bark Om Pha puja manuscript. It contains mantra alluding to Lengdon and other Gods for the well being of the country. Din Sam month (3rd month). ...
  • Unknown Story [c18th century]

    File Ref: EAP373/52/12
    The content in this manuscript is about Lengdon and his kingdom. Unknown content. Medini suggested that it was similar to books sometimes called Lakni Kham, and it was also termed 'Novel' when we photographed it. On image 0041, the bottom of the page conta ...