The Royal Emblem for the Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 28 th July B.E. 2567 (2024)

The Royal Emblem for the Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 28 th July B.E. 2567 (2024)
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The Royal Emblem for the Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion, marking the 6th Cycle Bithday Anniversary of His Majesty the King 28th July B.E. 2567 (2024), depicts, in the centre,

the Royal Cypher "ว.ป.ร." of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn. The "ว" letter is in ivory, representing the colour of Monday which is the day of birth of His Majesty according to the astrological system Mahathaksa. The "ป" letter is in yellow, marking the day of birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great and the "ร" letter is in blue, displaying the day of birth of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother. All letters of the Cypher are enclosed in a diamond-shaped frame which denote the origin from which the royal name "Maha Vajiralongkorn" is derived.

The background of the frame is in royal azure (dark blue), the colour of righteous kingship. The outer part of the diamond shape is in green, the colour of the power and might of His Majesty's day of birth, surrounded by 72 diamonds, which mark the number of His Majesty's age of 72. On top of the Royal Cypher rests the Great Crown of Victory, signifying supreme Kingship. Standing tall behind the Great Crown of Victory is the Great Umbrella of State, representing the extension in all directions yonder of His authority to protect and support His subjects all across the nation. At the top of the Great Umbrella of State is the lotus bud finial showing the faces of Brahma.

The lower tier of the Great Umbrella of State is decorated with eight golden Champaca flowers, symbolising the extension in eight directions yonder of His writ. The number "10" in Thai numerals under the Great Crown of Victory represents King Rama X of the Chakri Dynasty.

At the right end of the silk ribbon below the Royal Cypher stands a pinkish-purple Kojasi, a mythicel creature with an elephant head and lion body, representing the Armed Forces holding up a Seven tiered Umbrella. On the left end of the silk ribbon stands the white lion, Ratchasi, which represents the civil service holding a Seven-tiered Umbrella. Below the Royal Cypher is decorated with green King of Nagas, symbolising the zodiac year of Dragon, the year of birth of His Majesty.

The orange ribbon trimmed with gold is the colour of stability and prosperity of the day of His Majesty's birth. The inscription inside the ribbon says "The Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 28th July B.E. 2567 (2024)" Beneath the crest is the number "72" in Thai numerals, the number of the King's age. The yellow star flower Fueang Uba tassel incorporates the flower of His Majesty the King that signify prosperity for the nation and her people.

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