The ancient 10-day rite of Triyumpawai marks the Brahmin New Year,
a time for devotees to worship Shiva who, according to Hindu myth, comes down to earth during the period.
Triyumpawai is celebrated annually on the half moon night of the second month in the lunar calendar
at the Devastan shrine near the Giant Swing in Phra Nakhon district.
Photos by Panumas Sanguanwong.
Ampan Jarensuklab is the first playwright to translate Chinese opera from the Teochew language into Thai.
Here the Chinese opera pioneer,
perhaps better known as "Meng Por Pla",discusses the history and evolution of the art in Thailand.
Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong.
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Enjoy these interesting images from around the kingdom,
captured by Post Photographers over the past seven days.
Thailand set a Guinness world record in mass hula-hoop dancing,
when 4,483 people swung hoops to dance music for seven minutes without interruption
at Thammasat University's Rangsit campus on Feb 12.
Photos by Thiti Wannamontha