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Wai Khru Ram Muay

Wai Khru Ram Muay

By Little Writer:D







Wai Khru Ram Muay is a warm up activity in Thai culture that is performed by participants in Muay Thai competitions.


Wai is an action of Thais to show respect to others by putting the hands together like in prayer.

Khru means teacher.

Ram means dance in the old Thai traditional style.

Muay means boxing. Usually Thais prefer to call it Ram


“Wai Khru” is a short word for Wai Khru Ram Muay. Ram Muay is the way to show respect to the teachers and the trainers. Also, in the past Muay Thai was usually fought in front of the King, so Ram Muay was also to apologize to the King for the brutality in fighting.


The fighter first performs the Wai Khru, circling the ring three times before kneeling and bowing three times as a sign of respect to God and man. He also bows to Buddha to ask for protection for himself and his opponent and for an honourable fight.


The fighter then performs the Ram Muay, whose simple movements demonstrate a fighter's control and style. Each fighter performs the Ram Muay on each side of the ring to demonstrate his prowess to the audience.


The Ram Muay is a personal ritual, ranging from the very complex to the very simple, and often contains clues about who trained the fighter and where the fighter is from.


The practitioner may wear a headband called a Mongkhon, a head band and arm bands known as Pra Jiad during the ceremony, and the Ram Muay may be accompanied by music. The Mongkhon is unique to Thai boxing and not worn in Cambodia or Burma.


Important Equipment for Wai Khru Ram Muay



1. Mongkhon (a head band)




Muay Thai is the martial art of Thailand. In the past, Mongkhon or a head band was made of holy thread by a monk. People believed Mongkhon can protect a soldier in time of war. Nowadays, Muay Thai becomes a sport. Modern Mongkhol is produced widely. It is made of nylon thread and may not be blessed by a monk. 


2. Pra Jiad (arm bands)



 

Like Mongkhol, Pra Jiad was made of a magical cloth by a monk. A monk wrote Yant (a magical script / picture) on the cloth and spelt Katha to it in order to build up holiness. People believed Pra Jiad can protect a soldier in time of war.
Now, modern Pra Jiad is produced widely. It may not be blessed by a monk. 






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 Thank you :)
1. Wikipedia
2. http://muaythaionlines.blogspot.com/2012/04/blog-post_4827.html
3. http://www.culture.nstru.ac.th/~culturedb/culture.php?cultureCode=1195&cultureTitleT=%BC%E9%D2%BB%C3%D0%E0%A8%D5%C2%B4






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