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Her Serene Highness Princess Sawaswatnodom Prawit: The Star of the Literature World

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2022-09-01 12:48:25


Her Serene Highness Princess Sawaswatnodom Prawit: The Star of the Literature World

        Her Serene Highness Princess Sawaswatnodom Prawit, the owner of the pen name "Duang Dao", is the daughter of His Royal Highness Prince Prawitwatanodom Krom Luang Prachinkitibodi and Lady Choi Kalayanamit.
        Her Serene Highness Princess received a preliminary education in the Grand Palace and Assumption School. Later, the father hired a foreign teacher to teach at the palace. Specialized in equestrian sports, music, both Thai and international. Her Serene Highness Princess likes to read books which inspired to write novels later.
        The first novel that Her Serene Highness Princess titled was The Prayer of the Stars, published in the nation Sunday by using the pen name Bang Bai. Then, changed to "Dao Dao" with subsequent works such as Rarengprai, Live for Love, Across the Bank of Warin, Jai Diao, Prae Chompoo, Over the Earth, Once in a Lifetime, Dao Rung, Phuong, Dome Phrai, Chaloysak, Chai Chot, Direct Sun, Wasan Sai, Red House.
        Most of Duang Dao' works are romantic novels. However, there are always stories of class, feudalism and social change in the background.
        Her Serene Highness Princess Sawatwatanodom received a certificate from the Writers' Association of Thailand, received the 1st Narathip Award for the year 2001 and was honored by the Ministry of Culture as an "Oriental Artist" in 2016.
        Her Serene Highness Princess Sawatwatanodom passed away with a stroke on September 1, 2001 at Bumrungrad Hospital at 90 years old and was the last princess of the Prawit royal family.

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