Phra Lak-Phra Lam
  A Previous Life of the Buddha

 
Following the information gathered from the Thevada (angels) and Chao Laksi (hermits), the two brothers came to discover in the abdomen of a Pa Non (a kind of giant shark), a sacred book in which were to be found all the necessary instruments.  In possession of this book, Phra Lam gave the order to his army to go to the sea.  At the front marched Houlaman, Thao Khou and Thau Fa, Thao Sataphagna, Thao Phanh Lahaphagna, the eight princes (sons of Phra Lam and Phra Lak, who came from Chanthabouri Si Sattanak), then Phra Lak and Phalichanh; and bringing up the rear were Phra Lam and Nang Phengsi and Nang Kottarat, all three on the back of the marvellous horse, Manikap.
 

 

 
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