Who is the first king in Thailand?

Ramathibodi I, (born March 10, 1315—died 1369, Ayutthaya [now in Thailand]), founder and first king (1351–69) of the Thai kingdom of Ayutthaya.

Who was the second king of Thailand?

Phra Ruang dynasty (1238–1368; under Ayutthaya 1368–1438)

No. Name Reign from
1 Pho Khun Si Inthrathit (Pho Khun Bang Klang Hao) 1238
2 Pho Khun Ban Mueang 1270
3 Pho Khun Ram Khamhaeng the Great (Pho Khun Ramarat) 1279
4 Phaya Loe Thai 1298

Who is the 3 King of Thailand?

Rama III, , also called Phranangklao, (born March 31, 1788, Bangkok—died April 2, 1851, Bangkok), king of Siam (1824–51) who made Siam’s first tentative accommodations with the West, and under whom the country’s boundaries reached their maximum extent.

Who is King Rama in Thailand?

Rama I, also called Phraphutthayotfa Chulalok, (born March 21, 1737, Ayutthaya, Siam—died Sept. 7, 1809, Bangkok), Siamese king (1782–1809) and founder of the Chakkri dynasty (q.v.), which reigns in Thailand. Rama I was the son of a high court official and his part-Chinese wife.

Is there still a royal family in Thailand?

The monarchy’s official ceremonial residence is the Grand Palace in Bangkok, while the private residence has been at the Dusit Palace.

Monarchy of Thailand.

King of Thailand
Vajiralongkorn (Rama X) since 13 October 2016
Style His Majesty
First monarch Sri Indraditya of Sukhothai
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Is the Thai king a god?

“The new generation and youth, they’re not into it,” protest leader, Tattep Ruangprapaikitseree, 23, said of the deference generations of Thais have shown for the monarchy. “They see that they’re human, the king is human, not a god.”

What is the King of Thailand’s full name?

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