With more than 1,000 individual techniques depicted and more than 100 complementary illustrations, images and infographics, the Pahuyuth Compendium is the most comprehensive reference work on the technical repertoire of Pahuyuth to date.
In terms of unarmed martial arts, the Compendium contains the 200 basic techniques of MUAI (the original Muay Boran) as well as the 123 school techniques of the LING LOM (air monkey).
The weapon fighting part results from the five armed Pahuyuth disciplines MEED (knife), MAI SAWK (shield), DAAB (sword), GRABONG (quarterstaff) and SABAI (scarf). These comprise 746 further basic techniques and thus represent the whole spectrum of the traditional armed combat of Pahuyuth (AWUD).
Also included are blueprints for the production of training weapons and checklists for the necessary construction materials. In addition to the technical teaching and training contents of the official curriculum, the Pahuyuth Compendium also contains a 25-page general part. In this chapter interdisciplinary applicable basics, principles and concepts of Pahuyuth are taught. Further 69 pages with texts on the history, philosophy and teaching practice of Pahuyuth complete the work.