Coronation Day is a public vacation in Thailand to celebrate the anniversary of the coronation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej as Rama IX. Individuals in Thailand enjoy Coronation Day on 5 May every season. Thailand Coronation Day 2013 drops on 5 May 2013. 

After Master Mongkut ascended the throne and conducted the conventional ceremony on 6 Apr 1851, he released an edict saying that the coronation of a monarch was considered as an auspicious event in all countries decided by a sovereign and was enjoyably famous by the individuals of the whole nation. The king, therefore, requested that his coronation be famous by welcoming Buddhist monks to the Grand Palace on the 13th day of the 6th moon and to be interested in a food the next day. This was initially the enthronement of a Thai king was famous.

The official party of Coronation Day starts on 3 May when Buddhist priests keep a ceremony at Amarinda Vinichai Hall. Then, a higher monk provides sermons along with reads scriptures devoted to the forefathers of Chakri home.

On the following day, the formal proclamation of this Day is read by the Chief of Brahmin priests observed by the chanting ceremony. The most important ceremony is arranged on 5th May when the King would use his full regalia and the Buddhist clergymen have a meal. On this day, there are also 21-gun salutes from the Army and awards ceremony from him to the most well-known individuals in their places.


The best interest articles: