It is among the earliest extant pieces of Selish literature, thought to be preceded only by Wyrn the King. The book consists of the teachings of the JinDo religious philosopher Keseg (also known as Keshu or KeHwo), as recorded by his two primary disciples, Dereth and Korath. Keseg drew from the traditional JinDo value of unity and applied the concepts of a single, omnipotent god and an organized ministry. Keseg's work was considered revolutionary even though his primary intent was to clarify existing JinDo beliefs.
Dereth and Korath interpreted Keseg's teachings differently and wrote their own holy books, the Do-Dereth and the Do-Korath. These books remain the basis for the two religions most commonly practiced in modern Opelon. The Derethi still use the Do-Kando to some extent alongside the Do-Dereth.
- In the original printings of Elantris, this book was referred to as the Do-Keseg. This was changed to Do-Kando in the Tenth Anniversary edition of Elantris.
- Elantris glossary section D
- Elantris chapter 43 Summary: Elantris/Chapter_43#
- Elantris glossary section K
- Annotation for Elantris chapter 18 Cite: Annotation/Elantris/18#
- Elantris chapter 18 Summary: Elantris/Chapter_18#
- Elantris chapter 41 Summary: Elantris/Chapter_41#
- Elantris chapter 3 Summary: Elantris/Chapter_3#
Big Smooth (talk) 23:27, 2 October 2019 (UTC)
|Characters||Raoden · Sarene · Hrathen · Dilaf · Galladon · Eventeo · Kiin · Iadon · Roial|
|Places||Opelon · Arelon · City of Elantris · Duladel · Fjorden · Teod · JinDo · Svorden|
|Magic||AonDor · Aons · Dakhor · ChayShan · Seons · Skaze · The Shaod · Forgery · The Pool|
|Mythology and Lore||Devotion · Dominion · The Dor · The Reod · Shu-Korath · Shu-Dereth · Shu-Keseg|