It is a story about a man very lazy man who resumes secular life (the meaning of the word "Siang" in Isan Language).
Long time ago, there was a family with seven sons. The youngest son name Thao Alatsa was extremely lazy boy. Therefore, the parent gave him to the
monk to be ordained as a Buddhist novice. However, it could not help. In four years the novice could not memorize any word in the doctrine. Every
time he tried to memorize the word "Jon Tho wa" he could not continue. Until the year ninth he decided to leave the Buddhist monkhood. From that time
he was named Sing Jon-Tho. Then, the monk asked the merchant brought Sing Jon-Tho to travel and learn from him on his junk. One day, while the junk
was casted anchor at Takgasila city, Sing Jon-Tho heard from the widow that this city has a wishing gun which the owner can ask for everything. When
the Inthra, king of haven, recognized that Sing Jon-Tho want that gun. He helped him to get the gun. Sing Jon-Tho used that wishing gun to requite
his parent, the monk, and the merchant. Then he traveled to use that gun helping people in poverty, illness, and dead. Because of his goodness and
virtue a village headman gave his daughter, Nang Khamyard, married to him. Since people were happy, Sing Jon-Tho and his wife travel through many
adventures and teach everybody observed the five commandments. Until them arrived Pharanasi city, here Sing Jon-Tho was being as a traditional
doctor. He had a chance to heal the village headman.s daughter from her deformation. Thus, the village headman gave him his daughter. Sing Jon-Tho
now was being a doctor. At Chanthakham city, he had a chance to help two princess recovered from her deformation. Again, the King married him to his
daughters. Then, offer him the throne. At the end, Sing Jon-Tho changed the name to Tho Jon-Tho. He stayed on the throne with the king virtue, and
the citizen observed the five commandments.
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Script: Tham Isan