There was a city named Chak Khin. One day, there was a disaster that happened in the city. A couple of giant hawks came to the city and hunted the
people as their food. The king of the city tried many ways to kill them, but he lost. The king decided to hide his beloved daughter, named Patthumma,
inside the big drum in the royal palace. Finally, everybody was eaten by the giant hawks.
Thao Chunlanee, the king of Panjanakhon came into a forest to hunt. He got lost and got into the destroyed Chak Khin city where skeletons could be
found everywhere. Then, he found the drum and hit it. Suddenly he found Nang Patthumma. He named her Nang Kham Klong (a drum). He took her back to
his city and married her as a second queen. Later, Nang Patthumma gave birth to the quadruplet princes. Nang Akkhi, the first queen of Thao
Chunlanee, was very jealous. She brought dogs in to replace the princes and slandered Nang Patthumma had a relationship with a dog. Then, Thao
Chunlanee commanded to exile Nang Patthumma. She suffered very much. As for the quadruplet princes, Nang Akkhi floated them down the river. The four
princes landed on a flower garden. The gardener burned their bodies at the funeral pyre and then four Champa trees grew up. Nang Akkhi knew this and
she commended to pull out that Champa trees and again floated them down a river. Then, the Champa trees landed on the hermit's residence. The hermit
made a wish to bring them back to be human and he taught them magic. Afterwards, the four princess left the hermit to come back home. On the way
back, there were many adventures. Finally, they found their mother and brought her back to the city to see the King Chunlanee, and told him what had
happened. At the end, the king and the queen were happy together, while Nang Akkhi was sent to be a slave.
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