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  Hanuman phlaengrit

 

Thailand

Hanuman phlaengrit is a Thai term for the  monkey-general Hanuman (fig.) when he shows his miraculous powers. Then, he is in art represented with four faces, i.e. his normal frontal face and three smaller faces at the back of his lower head, and wearing a golden crown, known as kabang.

See also POSTAGE STAMPS (1), (2), (3), and (4), and LIST OF RAMAKIEN CHARACTERS.