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Sukhothai Kingdom

Since 1792 the concept in Thailand to establish an independent kingdom of Sukhothai and Khmer. The King Valley is the first monarch of Sri Indra Tit. Administrative authority shall Sukhothai. In the early stages of establishing the country’s instability. But later in the reign of King Ramkhamhaeng. Country with the highest growth.

Or of the Sukhothai kingdom, Sukhothai (English: Kingdom of Sukhothai) a kingdom or state in the State. Located on the Yom river basin. The traditional communities from the late Iron Age. Established until about the 18th century as a trading station of Lavo. Then around 1800, and Pho Khun Pha Muang Pho Khun Bang midair. The joint action to seize control of Cambodia’s major cut in two defeats me. That the successful establishment and autonomy to the City as an independent state. And prosperity and increase, respectively, in the reign of King Ramkhamhaeng signal. Before gradually declining. And suffered from both internal and external problems. It was later included as part of the Ayutthaya Kingdom to the end.

Sukhothai History

Sukhothai (Thai: สุโขทัย) is one of the northern provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are Phrae, Uttaradit, Phitsanulok, Kamphaeng Phet, Tak, and Lampang. Sukhothai can be translated as Dawn of Happiness.


Sukhothai is located in the valley of the Yom River on the lower edge of the northern region, 427 kilometres north of Bangkok, and covers some 6,596 square kilometres.

The Khao Luang Mountain Range, with its four main peaks: Khao Phu Kha, Khao Phra Mae Ya, Khao Chedi, and Pha Narai, lies within the Ramkhamhaeng National Park in the south of the province.[1] The Si Satchanalai National Park is located in the north-west, protecting the mountainous forest areas of the Phi Pan Nam Range at the northern end of the province.


Phra Achana in Wat Si Chum Chapel, Sukhothai National Historical Park

Sukhothai, meaning the Dawn of Happiness, was a town founded in the 13th century on the fringe of the Khmer empire. The exact year is unknown, but according to the Fine Arts Office it was between 1238 and 1257. Founded by Phokhun Si Intharathit, it was the first truly independent Thai (Siamese) Kingdom after defeating the Khmers. Sukhothai enjoyed a golden age under their third king, King Ramkhamhaeng, who was credited with creating the Khmer-derived Thai alphabet which is essentially the same as that in use today.[2] He also laid the foundation for politics, the monarchy and religion, as well as expanding its boundary of influence. Sukhothai was later ruled by many kings. The province is most famous for the historic city of Sukhothai, the capital of the Sukhothai kingdom. It is located about 12 km from the modern New Sukhothai city. Not far from Sukhothai are the Si Satchanalai historical park and the Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park. Both were cities within the former Sukhothai kingdom and of the same time period.

The province was at first known as Sawankhalok; it was renamed to Sukhothai in 1939 Symbols

The provincial seal shows King Ramkhamhaeng the Great sitting on the Managkhasila Asana throne. Under King Ramkhamhaeng the kingdom of Sukhothai flourished the most.

Provincial tree is Afzelia xylocarpa; provincial flower is the Lotus (Nymphaea lotus).

The provincial slogan is Source of national heritage, the Thai alphabets, the best Loy Krathong celebrations, firm foundation of Buddhism, the fine Teen Jok cloth, ancient chinaware, holy Pho Khun Ramkhamhaeng’s mother, dawn of happiness.

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