Synonyms for neang or Related words with neang
Examples of "neang"
In Cambodia this legend is known as "Puthisen
Kong Rei". The story goes thus:
Films developed after 2003 featured several remakes, mostly of foreign films, including "
Pomiry", and the 2006 hit "The Killing Phone" which is a remake of the Thai movie "999-9999" and includes homages to "Ringu" and "One Missed Call".
Champa Meas is a 1970 Khmer film directed by Saravuth and stars Vann Vannak and Vichara Dany.
is a khum (commune) and village of Mongkol Borei District in Banteay Meanchey Province in western Cambodia.
Preah Thong (Kaundinya I) and
Neak (Soma) are symbolic personas in Khmer culture. They are thought to have founded the pre-Angkorian state of Funan. Much of Khmer wedding customs can be traced back to the marriage of Preah Thong and
battled health issues in March 2012, according to his son, Hun Sen. He died on Friday, 12 July 2013, aged 89.
The Forest is a 2005 Cambodian monster thriller film directed by Heng Tola, the director of Khmer Blockbuster films, such as "Gratefulness" and "
and Dy Pok had six children, of which Prime Minister Hun Sen is the third child. He also had 30 grandchildren and 66 great grandchildren.
Neak is a 2004 Khmer film. It stars Yuthara Chany, Meas Somavatei and Keo Pisey. The story is based on the highly acclaimed Cambodian legend.
Another work by Ang Duong is "Puthisen
Kong Rei", a novel also inspired in a Jataka tale. It is about "Kong Rei", a faithful wife ready to sacrifice her life for her husband "Puthisen" the son of one of twelve sisters. Khmer poets and songwriters have used the words "Kakey" for a woman who is unfaithful to her man and "
Kong Rei" for a very faithful woman.
While entering the forest,
Seda and Preah Leak meet the rakshasi Surpanakhar (Surphanakha) who first attempts to seduce Preah Ream, and then Preah Leak. Preah Leak, annoyed by the demon's action, cuts off her ear and nose. The butchered Surpanakhar thirsting for revenge went to her ten-headed brother Krong Reap (Ravana), invincible lord of the island of Lanka. Krong Reap secretly goes to the forest. When he first set eyes on
Seda, he was awed by her divine beauty. Krong Reap transforms himself as a golden deer and runs past the party of three. Preah Ream realizes that the deer is not a real deer, however, at
Seda's insistence Preah Ream chases it after telling his younger brother to stay and guard his wife. Krong Reap then mimics Preah Ream's voice and calls for his brother to come and save him. Although Preah Leak knows that it is not his brother calling out, he is forced to go at
Seda's insistence. However, before he leaves he draws a magical circle around his brother's wife in the dirt that will prevent anything from entering the circle. Krong Reap disguises himself as an old errant and easily tricks
Seda's to step outside the circle, after which he abducts her. Preah Ream and Preah Leak return and desperately search for
Seda and, in the meantime, they assist the monkey king Sukreep (Sugriva) to destroy his rival Pali Thirat (Vali) and regain his throne. Thanking the two, Sukreep sends the monkey warrior Hanuman to aid them in their search. Hanuman, the son of the wind god, flies out to discover that the demon Krong Reap held
Seda prisoner on the island of Lanka.
Phoumary () is a 2004 Khmer horror film. Comedy/horror and the lonely girl in the apartment building and is a remake of the Yuthlert Sippapak film Buppah Rahtree.
In 2010, at the remote rainforest area of Veun Sai-Siem Pang Conservation Area in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia a Fauna and Flora International herpetologist, Thy
, first discovered "Lygosoma veunsaiensis".
directs Complex Two, which is for women and minors and contains living, teaching and medical facilities. Women offenders care for their children, who are incarcerated with their mothers at the prison.
“Reconfiguring the Feminine: The Real, Reel, and Riel Life of
Seda (Sita) in the Khmer Ramayana.” In The International Ramayana Collection. Ed Gauri Krishnan, National Heritage Board, Singapore, 2010.
"Av Bar Bov" is an sleeveless coat worn over the "Av
Nov" and "Av Dai Puon". It has double buttons at the pleat. The name of "Av Bar Bov" means literally lotus leaves in Thai.
The legend of Kaundinya is paralleled in modern Khmer folklore, where the foreign prince is known as "Preah Thaong" and the queen as "
Neak". In this version of the story, Preah Thaong arrives by sea to an island marked by a giant thlok tree, native to Cambodia. On the island, he finds the home of the nāgas and meets
Neak, daughter of the nāga king. He marries her with blessings from her father and returns to the human world. The nāga king drinks the sea around the island and confers the name "Kampuchea Thipdei", which is derived from the Sanskrit ("Kambujādhipati") and may be translated into English as "the lord of Cambodia". In another version, it is stated that Preah Thaong fights
There are a related mythology in Khmer culture, retained a history of sabai which can likely to be invent since 1st century of Funan era in Cambodia's history. Preah Thaong and
Neak, a legend which shares a common with the founder of Funan era as the two main characters were recognize the similarity to Queen Soma, a first leader of Cambodia and a Brahmin Kaundinya. It discovered with the tales in the scene when Preah Thong clings to a piece of cloth known as sabai worn on the nagini in order to make the journey to the Nāga's kingdom. In that tale, sabai is symbolic of
Neak, the naga princess's tail. For instance, there is an important little rite within the marriage ceremony called Preah Thong Taong Sbai
Neak, a symbolic representation of the legend as the groom must to hang the bride's sabai, follows to the room for honeymoon.
Is a natural resort located along the National Road No 57 (the former National Road No10) at Sam Puoy commune (the high land more than high) and from the provincial town of Battambang. On the top of Sam Puoy mountain, there is a temple and three natural wells, namely Pkar Slar, Lo Khuon and Ak Sopheak. Next to Sam Puoy mountain, there are some mountains, and natural sites like Phnom Trung Moan, Phnom Trung Tea and Phnom
Rum Say Sork. These mountains relate to the Cambodia folk legend of Reach Kol
Rum Say Sork.
was born on 27 August 1923, at Kampong Cham district of Stung Trang. He was a resident monk in a local Wat in Kampong Cham province before defrocking himself to join the French resistance and married Hun Sen's mother, Dy Pok in the 1940s. Hun Neang's paternal grandparents were wealthy landowners of Teochew Chinese heritage. Hun
inherited some of his family assets and led a relatively comfortable life, as they owned several hectares of land until a kidnapping incident forced their family to sell off much of their assets. His wife Dy Pok died in 1998 of illness at the age of 80.
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