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MAKATO AND COWRIE SHLL
Transcript of MAKATO AND COWRIE SHLL
Once upon a time in the city of M n.
BY: Group-1 Gen me
MAKATO AND COWRIE SHELL
Once upon a time there was a boy whose name was Makato. He was an orphan, for his father and mother had died when he was very young. He had no brothers, sisters, cousins, or friends to take care of him, so he had to make a living for himself. He did every kind of work—carrying heavy things, clearing away the forest, or feeding pigs. He never idled over his work, and although he was paid only a small wage, he was satisfied. He knew that if he did not work he would starve. Wherever he went his employers praised him for being sensible, hard-working, good-tempered, and cheerful.
He left his village and set out into the wide world.He walked along cheerfully,enjoying new insights and talking to the people he met on the way.After a month's journey,he reached a village on the boundary of the Kingdom of Sukhotai.Fortunately he met an old woman who helped her. Then, he finally met the King.
The cowrie shell fell from the King. Makato picked up the cowrie shell and gave it back to the King but the King said to him that he may keep it. He used the cowrie shell to buy lettuce seeds. When he harvested the lettuce he gave some of them to the King and the King was pleased to him.
As the years passed Makato grew tall and handsome. He mastered every graceand served the king well. He was so loyal that the king trusted him absolutely. Hewas promoted to higher and higher positions until he was given the title of KhunWang, which meant that he was the most important person in the king’s court.
He was happily married to a beautiful young daughter of the king. After that, the king made him the ruler of Mon. So, Makato, who had once been a poor orphan, became the king of a prosperous kingdom.
Since Makato was a poor orphan, he cannot change the fact that he's longing for a family no matter how happy he is.
He left his village that's why he need to familiarize the place where he is now and get along with his new neighbors.