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Old 12-27-2005, 06:08 AM
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I got a link of an article from thesunrunner.com
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I think it's always a shame that the Thailand RF don't get as much coverage as their european counterparts. They are dedicated and hard-working royals, who seems to serve their people to its fullest.
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The Crown Prince, accompanied by Princess Srirasm,has arrived in Pakistan for a two day visit to present additional relief assistance for the earthquake victims on behalf of Their Majesties, The King and Queen of Thailand.

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Pakistans president General Musharraf and wife Sehba Musharraf meet Thilands Crown prince Maha Vajiranlongkorn and Crown princess Sriirasm in Islamabad Pakistan Jan.5,2005

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Has she been given the title of Crown Princess or she Princess Sriirasm?
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Old 01-06-2006, 01:52 AM
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Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej poses with his favorite dog, Khun Thongdaeng, December 7, 2005 in a New Year's greeting card addressed to the Thai people. The monarch turned 79 on December 5.
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ps. this is indeed his majesty's favorite dog, very smart! they even go a whole book published especially for Thongdaeng.



Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej inspects the royal parade of honour in Bangkok, Thailand, on Thursday, 02 December 2005. The parade is an annual event to pledge allegiance to the crown and celebrate the King's birthday. The king turns 78 on Monday, 05 December. Next year the world's longest reigning monarch celebrates his Diamond Jubilee. Bhumibol Adulyadej became the ninth king of the Chakri Dynasty in June 1946.
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Thai people gather to light candles and sing anthems to honour the Thai king, the world's longest reigning monarch, at Sanam Luang (Royal Grounds) in front of the Royal Palace, in Bangkok, Thailand on Monday 05 December 2005. Thai people everywhere in the country celebrated King Bhumibol Adulyadej's birthday today. The King turns 78 on Monday 05 December. Next year the world's longest reigning monarch celebrates his Diamond Jubilee to mark the sixtieth year of his reign. Bhumibol Adulyadej became the ninth king of the Chakri Dynasty in June 1946.
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The King turns 78 on Monday 05 December. Next year the world's longest reigning monarch celebrates his Diamond Jubilee to mark the sixtieth year of his reign. Bhumibol Adulyadej became the ninth king of the Chakri Dynasty in June 1946.
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Thanks for the information purple_platinum, also, i just read from GREMB, someone said that with that Dimond Jubilee celebrations of the King of Thailand, 29 Monarchs have been invited to Thailand for the Celebrations, if it happens so would be really brilliant!Can we imagine all the Monarchs now join together, so great!I hope if Queen Elizabeth II will be there if invited as she is now the second-longest so hopeful she will be there.
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Princess urges widows to unite, remain strong

http://www.bangkokpost.com/News/18Jan2006_news61.php



Narathiwat - Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn urged women who have lost their husbands to violence in the deep South to unite, help one another and stay strong.
The princess offered the advice to 100 widows and their families during her visit to Rotanbatu village, known as the widows' village, in Narathiwat's Muang district yesterday.
The village is on a 707-rai land plot donated by Her Majesty the Queen. The Queen gave 20 million baht to buy the land on which houses for widows of men killed in separatist violence would be built. "Stay together and help one another as there are only women in the village," the princess told the widows.
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Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn speaks to Muslim and Buddhist widows during her trip to Narathiwat. The princess yesterday visited a village dedicated to economic sufficiency and a demonstration farm at tambon Kaluvor in Muang district.
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Thanks for the information purple_platinum, also, i just read from GREMB, someone said that with that Dimond Jubilee celebrations of the King of Thailand, 29 Monarchs have been invited to Thailand for the Celebrations, if it happens so would be really brilliant!Can we imagine all the Monarchs now join together, so great!I hope if Queen Elizabeth II will be there if invited as she is now the second-longest so hopeful she will be there.

I read the local newspaper 2 days ago and they said Emperor Akihito of Japan, King Juan Carlos of Spain and Sultan of Brunei have officially confirmed thier visit to Thailand already :)

Princess Ubolratana's youngest daughter "Khun Sirikitiya Jensen" celebrates the Children's Day with the children from Ramkamhang 39 area at Central Chidlom....

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thank you so much, Ine!
i always wonder how often Sirikitaya & Ploypailin go on official engagements.
it's very great to see them like this...
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I read the local newspaper 2 days ago and they said Emperor Akihito of Japan, King Juan Carlos of Spain and Sultan of Brunei have officially confirmed thier visit to Thailand already :)
Thansk for the information,Ine, i also read on GREMB that Queen Margrethe of Denmark will attend as well, hopefully Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands will also can join.
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originally posted by Humera on the jordanian thread :

January 14, 2006

28 Foreign Monarchs Invited To Thai King's Diamond Jubilee

By D. Arul Rajoo

BANGKOK, Jan 14 (Bernama) -- The monarchs of 28 countries, including the Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, have been invited to attend the 60th anniversary celebrations of King Bhumibol Adulyadej's accession to the throne in June this year.

The other countries include Bahrain, Brunei, Bhutan, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Holland, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Swaziland, Tonga, the United Arab Emirates and Britain.

Deputy Prime Minister Surakiart Sathirathai said the foreign monarchs would join the major events in Bangkok marking the Diamond Jubilee on June 12 and 13.

"Letters of invitation were signed by the Prime Minister and sent to heads of the governments of those countries in December 2005, asking them to convey the invitation to their head of state," Surakiart said.

Born in 1927 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States, King Bhumibol is the longest-reigning monarch in Thai history, as well as in the world. He was crowned on May 5, 1950, four years after he actually assumed his kingship.

Surakiart said among events lined up to mark the historical event are paying of tribute to the King at Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, exhibition featuring his activities and projects during his reign at the Royal Thai Navy Convention Hall and a royal barge procession on the Chao Phraya River.

On June 13, the King will host a banquet for the foreign monarchs at the Chakri Throne Hall within the Grand Palace where a representative of the foreign monarchs will give a speech expressing best wishes to King Bhumibol.

"The celebrations of his Diamond Jubilee are extraordinary and rare. Many countries are also excited about the celebrations," said Surakiart.

He said the event would be televised all over the world, adding that he believed the world would be interested in the major gathering of the 29 monarchs, which would be a rare occasion.

The Thai government has embarked on many events throughout the year to celebrate the anniversary.

In June, 9.9 million commemorative bank notes, worth 60 baht each, will be printed while three sets of commemorative stamps will be issued on May 5, June 9 and Dec 5, with each set comprising one million stamps.

http://www.bernama.com.my/bernama/v3/news.php?id=175473
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A Royal Invitation . . .


2006 - A Glorious Year of Celebrations Honouring the Longest Reigning Monarch

The Thai people's reverance for the monarchy is unique. This has come about, particularly during the present Chakri Dynasty, through the devotion of the Royal Family to helping and guiding their subjects. The people return this devotion with sincere love, so seldom seen elsewhere in the world.

The year 2006 is one of regal significance for all Thais, as we commemorate the Sixtieth Anniversary Celebration of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's Accession to the Throne. To honour our beloved King, we have arranged a year-long Grand Festival of Events nationwide to share our colourful culture with all of our visitors.

Come and experience all the grandeur of the realm as we showcase the pageantry, glorious tradition and culture in our many Grand Destination. Bangkok, the fabled land of ancient city, gilded palaces and temples with be the heart of the celebrations and the whole metropolis will be lit up. An illuminated night in Bangkok is a night to fondly remember.

Thailand is renowned for its ability to stage spectacular events and splendid festivala, in this grand year you will be able to experience all the colour and grandeur of the Grand Events even more. One of the most extravagant events is the Royal Barge Procession, there are 52 of spectacle barges rowed by 2,082 crewmen from the Royal Thai Navy. The formation of the vessels is 1,200 meters long and 90 meters wide.

Share in our joy as we also celebrate the Grand Opening of our news Suvarnabhumi Airport in mid-2006 which will herald a new level of service for international travelers. To celebrate this major milestone in the development of Bangkok as the airline hub for Asia, every visitor will be treated to a grand welcome.

Numerous grand new attractions in Bangkok will be opened in 2006. Journey through time at the Siam Niramit Theatre, a world-class theatre with apectacular performances.

Visit the refurbished first Royal Theatre (Sala Chalermkrung) that was built by King Prajadhipok on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Bangkok in 1932.
Broaden your shopping experience in Bangkok at the world-class shopping complex-the Siam Paragon.
During your visit as you take pleasure in our grand celebrations, our Grand Service awaits to welcome you.

You will also feel like royalty while you experience the unique Thai hospitality that has made this fabled Kingdom one of the world's most desirable vacation lands.

(from tourism authority of thailand)

visit this site, and there's a video on celebration in thailand (but mostly it concern tourism)

the calendar of events for celebration in thailand :



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Government hosts state banquet in honour of Thai Princess

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BANGKOK, Jan 21 (TNA) - The government will host a state banquet in honour of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the auspicious occasion of her being awarded the prestigeous 2004 Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development.

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said during his weekly radio addresss Saturday that the state occasion would be held at the Government House Sunday evening.

"It's a world honour for personalities who devote themselves to society, and Her Royal Highness Princess Sirindhorn is a world celebrity, which is a great honour to theThai kingdom," said the Thai leader.

"Other winners of the honour include former Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, former US president Jimmy Carter, former Irish president Mary Robinson and incumbent UN Secretary General Kofi Annan," Mr. Thaksin noted.
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Princess in print

Thai Princess Ubolratana released Tuesday (Jan 24) a quarterly magazine To Be Number One in a bid to strengthen her anti-drug campaign among teenagers under the same name.

She said the publication would be a major communication tool among members. “Every (To Be Number One) member owns the magazine,” said the princess

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A brainchild project of Princess Ubolratana, the To Be Number One project was started in July, 2002. So far, it has some 29 million members around the country. The princess has been heavily involved with the project and the launch of the magazine is her latest contribution.

“His Majesty The King is so pleased with the To Be Number One project. He once told me that if possible, he’d love to visit the project in all the provinces,” said the princess.

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“I haven’t written anything in the debut issue but I’ll have my own column in the future. It will be called “Talk to the Princess”, which allows members to write to me and ask any questions,” said the princess.

She said she believed enhancing communication could solve many teenage problems. “Family problems can put pressure on teens and they should be able to voice their feelings and opinions.”

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https://www.asianewsnet.net/level3_t...&news_id=51583

Her name is Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Somdetceh Phra Debaratanarajasuda is her title.

Have a look through this thread.
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HRH Princess Somdetceh Phra Debaratanarajasuda Chao of Thailand

Hi, does anyone have information and pictures of HRH the Royal Princess, Somdetceh Phra Debaratanarajasuda Chao Fa Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand
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Is she the crownprincess??
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Is she the crownprincess??
nope.. :)

she is the youngest daughter to the King. :)
however, comparing to her other siblings (even to the crown prince), she is the most dedicated and hard-working. that is why Thai people adore her very much. she initiates a lot of royal projects that benefit the people.
and personally, i would like to see her as heir to the throne rather than her brother.
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are her brother(s) & sister(s) married??

is the king allowed to choose the one who will be king/queen after him??
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Princess Robijn, there are several sites that can explain your question :

http://www.ft-tours.com/agents/royalfam.htm
brief explanation on the royal family

http://www.sala.net/Thailand/History...1/WC01_001.htm
a more detailed site, you can click the name on each royal children and get an info on their family as well

http://www.thaistudents.com/newsphotos/royalfamily.html
photo gallery of thai rf by thai students

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chakri_dynasty
a wikipedia on chakri dynasty
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is the king allowed to choose the one who will be king/queen after him??
unfortunately not.

right now, the King's only son is the crown prince.
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