Monday, July 5, 2010


“ទុក្ខរបស់ប្រជារាស្ត្រ គឺជាទុក្ខរបស់ព្រះមហាក្សត្រ។”

” The suffering of the people is the suffering of the king (leader).”

ទសពិធរាជធម៌​ Ten Virtues of Ethical Leader

1. ទាន​ Charity

2. សីល Morality

3. ចាគៈ Sacrifice

4. អាជ្ជៈ Honesty

5. មទ្ទវៈ Softness

6. ​តបៈ Austerity

7. អក្កោធនៈ Calmness

8. អវិហឹង្សា Peacefulness

9. អវិរោធនៈ Respect of the law

10. ខន្តី Patience

Jayavarman VII is one of the greatest and most productive kings of the Khmer (Cambodian) Empire of Angkor (reigning 1181–c. 1220). He expanded the empire to its greatest territorial extent and engaged in a building program that yielded numerous temples (including Angkor Thom), highways, rest houses, and hospitals.

He remains a potent symbol of national pride for present day Cambodians. As a Buddhist King in a now Buddhist country he is regarded with great respect. He built and repaired many ‘firehouses’ across the Empire, which are thought of as places for travellers to rest and many buildings which are now called hospitals in translation. This has contributed to a legend of the Buddharaja, the King-Buddha, who privileged compassion in ruling.


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