Synonyms for king_vajiravudh_rama or Related words with king_vajiravudh_rama

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Examples of "king_vajiravudh_rama"
Formal surnames were a 20th-century innovation of Sandhurst-educated King Vajiravudh (Rama VI, r.1910 – 25.)
Following his return to Siam, his half brother King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) appointed him Commander of the Royal Thai Navy, Minister of Marine and Minister of the Army.
The first university is named after King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), and was established by his son and successor King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1917 by combining the Royal Pages School and the College of Medicine.
The Wild Tiger Corps (Thai: กองเสือป่า) was a national paramilitary corps founded in Thailand in 1911 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). Inspired by the British Volunteer Force, the unit was intended to maintain civil order.
SCB opened its headquarters in Bangkok's Talat Noi District in 1910. In 1911, it was granted approval to display the royal Garuda symbol as a royal warrant by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).
Later, on 9 November 1915, in the King Vajiravudh (Rama VI)'s reign, as her younger brother, gave her the posthumous title, and the "Krom" rank "Princess Debnariratana" or "Kromma Phra Debnariratana" (), the second level of the "Krom" ranks.
The city received its name, which means "city of good people", by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1915. The name was given to the city due to the intense devotion of the locals to Buddhism. Previously the city was known as Bandon, meaning "village on higher ground". The name of the city is taken from the Indian city Surat in Gujarat on the Indian river Tapi. King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) gave this name to his city as he was impressed with the Indian city.
Lakshamilavan, also spelled Lakshami Lavan (; ; 3 July 1899 – 29 August 1961), née Princess Vanbimol Voravan (; ) was the royal consort of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) of Siam. Her father was Prince Naradhip Prapanpongse, a well-accepted poet and artist of the day.
She was the close half-sister of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI), when he succeeded the throne from King Chulalongkorn. She welcomed Royal guests from foreign countries, including the Royal families from the countries which came to join the coronation ceremony, because of her English.
Queen Saovabha Phongsri (; RTGS: Saowapha Phongsi (Pronunciation)) was an agnatic half-sister and queen of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) of Thailand, and mother of both King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) and King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). As in accordance with Thai royal tradition, King Vajiravudh later bestowed on his mother the title of "Queen Mother Sri Bajrindra" (; ).
The district was created in 1895 named Phra Pathom Chedi district, under control of "Mueang" Nakhon Chai Si, Monthon Nakhon Chai Si. In 1898 the government moved the capital city of the monthon and the province from Nakhon Chai Si to Phra Pathom Chedi district. King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) changed the district name to Mueang Nakhon Pathom in 1913.
Princess Orabindu Benyabhak carried out many royal duties for Thai people. She performed many duties on behalf of her father, King Chulalongkorn, and on behalf of her stepbrother, King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). In 1916, she established the "Orabindu building" in Wat Bowornniwes School, which is a single-floor building, with 7 classrooms.
For her passport, Sangwan needed a surname, the use of which was not a regular practice in Thailand until 1913 during the reign of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). As her father was dead, she took on the surname of Lee Talaphat, who was in the service of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej. Her surviving younger brother registered himself as Thomya Chukramol.
King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) introduced a means to save money to Thailand in 1913. His purpose was to introduce Thai people to banking services and to promote a habit of thrift and saving. King Vajiravudh issued an act, effective 1 April 1913, to formally set up a "Savings Office" which began its operations under the Royal Treasury.
The Council filled many civil service and military positions with their own relatives from the dynasty, replacing many commoners appointed under King Vajiravudh (Rama VI), which also created discontent in the country. The Council increased taxes on the populace to try to stem the economic downturn the country faced after the British Empire, Siam’s largest trading partner, abandoned the gold standard.
On 15 November 1925, she was given the royal title from her stepbrother, King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) as Princess of Uthong, translated in Thai as Krom Khun Uthong Khetkhatiyanari (). She was given the rank of "Krom Khun", the 4th level of the "Krom" ranks.
Surat Thani (often shortened to Surat, ) former name "Chaiya Province" is the largest of the southern provinces ("changwat") of Thailand, on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. Surat Thani means "city of good people", a title given to the city by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).
King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1921 decreed in the "Wild Elephant Protection Act" that all wild elephants were the property of the government, to be managed by the Department of the Interior as the King's representative. Elephants with special features—white elephants—were to be presented to the king.
“Bunyawat Witthayalai” was named after Prince Bunyawat Wongmanit, the last lord mayor of Lampang, hereditary successor of Tipchang monarch of Lanna Kingdom before joining to the Kingdom of Siam. The school was officially opened by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) on 26 November 1905.
Princess Bejaratana was born on 24 November 1925 in the Royal Grand Palace, Bangkok, the only child of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) and Princess Suvadhana. Having seen his daughter only one time, the King died the following day. Her uncle, who became King Prajadhipok (Rama VII), performed the naming ceremony for the princess on 30 December.