N’Thu K’nul (Khunjunob) in Vietnam

N’Thu K’nul (Khunjunob)
Typeprivate
Founded1828
Closed down1947
AddressBuon Don village
PlaceKrong Na commune
RegionBuon Don District, Dak Lak Province
CountryVietnam
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Elephant hunter, elephant trainer and a respectful chieftain who founded Don Village and in 1861 gifted a white elephant tp the Ling of Thailand, who as a honor reward gave him the title Khunjunob which means King of Elephant Hunters.

A year after his death, in 1939, his nephew R’leo Knul, who took over as chief of the village, held the ceremony of 'grave abandoning' and had a tomb built for him in the M'Nong-Laos architectural style. The tomb of R'Leo Knul himself lies next to his uncle's tomb.

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N’Thu K’nul (Khunjunob), Elephant Encyclopedia, Koehl, D. (2018), (available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=2463). (archived at the Wayback machine)

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