What is the flag of the Kingdom of Thailand?

The flag of the Kingdom of Thailand ( Thai: ธงไตรรงค์; RTGS: thong trai rong, meaning ‘ tricolour flag’) shows five horizontal stripes in the colours red, white, blue, white and red, with the central blue stripe being twice as wide as each of the other four. The design was adopted on 28 September 1917,…

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What does the five stripes on the Thai flag mean?

The prevailing – although unofficial – view of the meaning of the five stripes is that red represents the land and the people; the white is for Theravada Buddhism, the state religion and the central blue stripe symbolises the monarchy. It has also been stated that blue was the official colour of King Rama VI.

When was the Tri-Rong flag standardised in Thailand?

The National Flag shall also be called the Tri-Rong flag”. The colours of the flag were standardised in an announcement of the Office of the Prime Minister dated 30 September 2017, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its adoption.

What is the emblem of the Royal Thai Army?

Red, Navy blue and Sky blue flag with the emblem of Royal Thai Armed Forces: at the center of the tricolour is a badge of the Headquarters with a golden Chakra, with an anchor with golden chains and golden Wings, surrounded by a golden wreath. (from Flag law B.E.2522 (1979)).

When did the first Thai flag come out?

Officially the first flag was created in 1855 by King Mongkut (Rama IV), showing a white elephant (a royal symbol) on red ground, as the plain coloured flag was not distinct enough for international relations. In 1916 the flag was changed to show a white elephant in royal regalia.

When does the Thai national flag come out?

The people of Thailand use their flag with the frequency of those in the United States. Giant flags hang over corporate buildings, and small flag makers are available everywhere in the country. The national flag is celebrated on September 28th, the official date Thailand adopted the current flag.

Why did the Thai flag change from red to blue?

Historians believe that the inspiration behind this flag came during a flood when King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) saw the flag hanging upside-down, which inspired him to create a new symmetrical flag to avoid this situation from happening again. Not long after, in the same year, the middle stripe was changed from red to blue.