1. Oral narratives, songs, riddles,
poetry and beliefs;
2. Non-oral folklore such as architecture,
sculpture, food and drinks;
3. Mixed types of folklore such as
custom, plays and games
Folklore data were gathered
by Dr Vicha as researcher and his student assistants from the respondents
who were elderly, children and youth, including the Muslims in the
villages. Much of the data were also gleaned from studies by his
colleagues at Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University.
To prevent a loss of folklore, developing
a data base on the Internet for retrieval is beneficial. It is an
appropriate way to save valuable cultural heritage.