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The monarch immortalized by writer Margaret ED. Langdon in her book “Anna and the King of Siam” and portrayed by Yul Brynner in stage and screen productions of “The King and I.”
Shaolin The Shaolin Monastery was originally founded in AD 495 by the Buddhist monk Batuo, an Indian dhyana master. The introduction of fighting skills at the Shaolin Monastery has been attributed in legend to the Indian monk Bodhidharma, who went to the monastery in 527. On arrival at the temple he found that most of the monks were suffering from poor health and so he taught them a series of exercises based on the movements of five animals (tiger, snake, crane, eagle and monkey) to improve their levels of fitness. These exercises (wuqinxi, literally “five pure rivers”) were later adapted into a combat discipline when, as the temple grew, it became subject to attacks from brigands against whom the monks needed to protect themselves
A Buddhist temple in Kandy, in central Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), where a sacred relic reputed to be a tooth of the Buddha has been enshrined since the fourth century A.D