His name in Modern Paakkani Script
probably around 1760 BU – probably around 1750 BU
|Born||probably around 1780 BU|
|Died||probably around 1750 BU|
|Cause of death||probably Pneumonia|
|Known for||Kaplu village was built under his rule|
|Religion||Old Paakkani Mythology|
Kabudoke was the second known ruler of the Klahoni tribe and a son of Saaketwabe. Thanks to him, the Kaplu village north of Klahota was built.
A stone carving survived from his time decribing how he have most likely died. It described it as "His head was hot of demons which he tried to throw out of his body, but he hadn't succeeded and died"