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Bot sāng nisaī / dōi Somdet Phra Mahāwīrawong (Phim Thammatharō)
บทสร้างนิสัย / โดย สมเด็จพระมหาวีรวงศ์ (พิมพ์ ธมฺมธโร)
Bib ID 1587772
Format BookBook
Author
Phra Mahāwīrawong (Phim), Somdet, 1897-1975
พระมหาวีรวงศ์ (พิมพ์), สมเด็จ, 1897-1975
 
Edition Phim khrang thī 1. 
พิมพ์ครั้งที่ 1. 
Description [Krung Thēp ... ] : ʻOngkān Khā Khō̜ng Khuru Saphā, 2527 [1984] 
[กรุงเทพฯ ... ] : องค์การค้าของคุรุสภา, 2527 [1984] 
539 p. ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 9740018491
Series

Nangsư̄ chut phāsā Thai khō̜ng Khuru Saphā ; chut thī 10

Thai collection Indic religions

Subjects Character  |  Conduct of life.

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