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Suriyaphob in Ramakien, Ramayana



His face figure likes Indrajit’s face and wears a same headdress. But Suriyaphob his face is vermilion with grounded mouth and eyes are wide open. A difference is his fangs sprout down and also has both Human and Giant sideburns.

He is a son in the Great Giant named Thao Cakravarti and Nang Watchaneesoon.  Suriyaphob has a weapon as Mekphat or a forceful pike and can direct to destroy then bring the enemy to the knee suddenly. Suriyaphob holds a noticeable role in Ramayana. When Praprot moves a troop to fight with Maliwan City, Suriyaphob has to fight with Pra Satarut and throw his forceful pike to the enemy was unconscious. On the next day Suriyaphob is pierced by Praprot’s arrows and died in the battlefield.

by: Torquoise

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