Chakri dynasty

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The Chakri dynasty (Thai: ราชวงศ์จักรี, RTGSRatchawong Chakkri, pronounced [râːt.tɕʰā.wōŋ tɕàk.krīː] listen) is the current reigning dynasty of the Kingdom of Thailand. The head of the house is the king, who is head of state. The family has ruled Thailand since the founding of the Rattanakosin Era and the city of Bangkok in 1782; following the end of Taksin Thonburi's reign, when the capital of Siam shifted to Bangkok. The royal house was founded by Rama I, an Ayutthaya military leader of Sino-Mon descent.[1]

House of Chakri
ราชวงศ์จักรี
Emblem of the House of Chakri
The royal emblem
CountryThailand
Founded6 April 1782; 242 years ago (1782-04-06)
FounderRama I
Current headRama X
TitlesKing of Siam (1782–1949)
King of Thailand (1949–present)
Estate(s)Kingdom of Thailand
Cadet branches131 cadet houses (91 royal and 40 viceregal)

Prior to his accession to the throne, Rama I held for years the title Chakri, the civil chancellor. In founding the dynasty, the king himself chose "Chakri" as the name for it. The emblem of the house is composed of the discus (Chakra) and the trident (Trishula), the celestial weapons of the gods Vishnu and Shiva, of whom the Thai sovereign is seen as an incarnation.

The current head of the house is Maha Vajiralongkorn who was proclaimed king on 1 December 2016, but has reigned with retroactive effect since 13 October 2016 after the death of his father Bhumibol Adulyadej. The house's current seat is the Grand Palace. On Saturday, 4 May 2019, the coronation of Vajiralongkorn, with the traditional ceremony, occurred in Bangkok.[2]

Royal family edit

 
Photograph of Mahidol Adulyadej, the Prince of Songkla and Mom Sangwan (later the Princess Mother).
 
The Chakri Mahaprasat, inside the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the dynastic seat and official residence of the dynasty.

The present royal family of Thailand belongs to the House of Mahidol (Thai: ราชสกุลมหิดล; RTGSRatchasakun Mahidon), a cadet branch of the Chakri dynasty. The House was founded by Prince Mahidol Adulyadej (1891–1929) and Princess Srinagarindra (1900–1995). The Prince was a son of King Chulalongkorn and his wife Queen Savang Vadhana. The Prince was also the half-brother of both King Vajiravudh and King Prajadhipok. After the death of King Ananda Mahidol (Prince Mahidol's elder son), King Bhumibol Adulyadej (the Prince's younger son) ascended the throne in 1946. In 1949 the King married his first cousin once removed, Mom Rajawongse Sirikit Kitiyakara (a daughter of Mom Chao Nakkhatra Mangala Kitiyakara, a grandson of King Chulalongkorn). Bhumibol was succeeded by his son Maha Vajiralongkorn officially on 13 October 2016, but was proclaimed King on 1 December 2016.

Members edit

This is a list of current members of the royal family:

Descendants of Rama IX
Descendants of Rama V

Other members edit

Descendants of Rama V
  • Prince Nawaphan Yugala and Mom Anwida Yugala na Ayudhya (the King's paternal half-second cousin and his wife)
  • Prince Chaloemsuek Yugala (the King's paternal half-second cousin)
  • Prince Thikhamphon Yugala and Mom Malini Yugala na Ayudhya (the King's paternal half-second cousin and his wife)
  • Prince Chatrichalerm Yugala and Mom Kamala Yugala na Ayudhya (the King's paternal half-second cousin and his wife)
  • Prince Chulcherm Yugala and Mom Anchali Yugala na Ayudhya (the King's paternal half-second cousin and his wife)
  • Princess Nopphadonchaloemsi Yugala (the King's paternal half-second cousin)
Descendants of Rama IV
  • Princess Uthaithiang Jayankura (the King's paternal half-first cousin twice removed)
  • Prince Charunritdet Jayankura (the King's paternal half-first cousin twice removed)
  • Prince Pusan Svastivatana and Mom Naunsri Svastivatana na Ayudhya (the King's paternal half-first cousin twice removed and his wife)
  • Princess Uthaikanya Bhanubandhu (the King's paternal half-first cousin twice removed)

Other noble relatives edit

Descendants of Rama IX
  • Peter Ladd Jensen (Princess Ubolratana's ex-husband)
    • Than Phu Ying Ploypailin Jensen and David Wheeler (the King's niece & nephew-in-law)
      • Maximus Wheeler (the King's grandnephew)
      • Leonardo Wheeler (the King's grandnephew)
      • Alexandra Wheeler (the King's grandniece)
    • Than Phu Ying Sirikitiya Jensen (the King's niece)
  • Virayudh Tishyasarin (the Princess Srisavangavadhana's ex-husband)
Descendants of Mahidol Adulyadej
  • Than Phu Ying Dhasanawalaya and Sinthu Sornsongkram (the King's paternal first cousin & her husband)
    • Jitat and Jessica Sornsongkram (the King's paternal first cousin once removed & his wife)
Descendants of Rama V
  • Induratana Paribatra (the King's paternal half-first cousin once removed)
  • Khun Ying Wutchaloem Vudhijaya (the King's paternal half-first cousin once removed)
  • Than Phu Ying Phansawali Kitiyakara (the King's paternal half-second cousin, maternal aunt by marriage, and the Princess Suddhanarinatha's mother)
    • Mom Luang Sarali Kitiyakara (the King's maternal first cousin and the Princess Suddhanarinatha's younger sister)
  • Phanuma Yugala (the King's paternal half-second cousin)
  • Sisawangwong Bunyachittradun (the King's paternal half-second cousin)
  • Phumaripihrom Schell and Jean-Marie Schell (the King's paternal half-second cousin and her husband)
  • Patthamanarangsi Senanarong (the King's paternal half-second cousin)
  • Than Phu Ying Busba Sathanapong (the King's maternal aunt)
Descendants of Rama IV
  • Phanwarophat Svetarundra (the King's paternal second cousin once removed)

Line of succession edit

Notes and sources
Mark Source for listing or note on exclusion from succession
P 1924 Palace Law of Succession
C 1. In the case where the Throne becomes vacant and the King has already appointed an Heir to the Throne under the 1924 Palace Law on Succession, and may be submitted the name of a Princess in "Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand 2017" Chapter II: The King, Section 21.

2.The proposal of the name of a Princess to the throne, there has been an amendment to the constitution since 1974. Therefore, the lineage of the King Bhumibol Adulyadej is counted in accordance with the constitution amended in his reign.

M Disqualified - married a foreigner
X Was degraded from succession

Notes edit

  • Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya (born 1951), eldest daughter of King Rama IX, renounced her right of succession for herself and her heirs upon her marriage in 1972.
  • Juthavachara Vivacharawongse (born 1979), Vacharaesorn Vivacharawongse (born 1981), Chakriwat Vivacharawongse (born 1983), and Vatchrawee Vivacharawongse (born 1985), the sons of King Rama X and Sujarinee Vivacharawongse, are not in the line of succession to the throne.

History edit

Monarchs edit

Portrait Style / Personal name Birth Reign Coronation Consorts Death Claim
  His Majesty King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke
(Rama I)

Thongduang
20 March 1737
Ayutthaya
6 April 1782

7 September 1809

(27 years, 154 days)
10 June 1782 Queen Amarindra
and 31 other consorts
7 September 1809
Phaisan Thaksin Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 72 years, 171 days)
Made himself king
  His Majesty King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai
(Rama II)

Chim
24 February 1767
Amphawa
7 September 1809

21 July 1824

(14 years, 318 days)
17 September 1809 Queen Srisuriyendra
Princess Consort Sri Sulalai
and 51 other consorts
21 July 1824
Phaisan Thaksin Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 57 years, 148 days)
Son of Rama I and Amarindra
  His Majesty King Nangklao Chao Yu Hua
(Rama III)

Thap
31 March 1788
Thonburi Palace
21 July 1824

2 April 1851

(26 years, 255 days)
1 August 1824 42 consorts 2 April 1851
Phaisan Thaksin Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 63 years, 2 days)
Son of Rama II and Sri Sulalai
  His Majesty King Chomklao
(Rama IV)

Mongkut
18 October 1804
Thonburi Palace
2 April 1851

1 October 1868

(17 years, 182 days)
15 May 1851 Queen Somanas Vadhanavadi
Queen Debsirindra
Princess Pannarai
and 58 other consorts
1 October 1868
Phanumas Chamrun Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 63 years, 349 days)
Son of Rama II and Sri Suriyendra
  His Majesty King Chula Chomklao
(Rama V)

Chulalongkorn
20 September 1853
Grand Palace
1 October 1868

23 October 1910

(42 years, 22 days)
11 November 1868 Queen Sunandha Kumariratana
Queen Sukumalmarsri
Queen Savang Vadhana
Queen Saovabha Phongsri
and 88 other consorts
23 October 1910
Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall, Dusit Palace
(aged 57 years, 33 days)
Son of Rama IV and Debsirindra
  His Majesty King Mongkut Klao
(Rama VI)

Vajiravudh
1 January 1881
Grand Palace
23 October 1910

26 November 1925

(15 years, 34 days)
11 November 1910 Princess Consort Indrasakdi Sachi
Consort Sucharit Suda
Princess Consort Laksamilawan
Princess Consort Suvadhana
26 November 1925
Chakraphat Phiman Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 44 years, 329 days)
Son of Rama V and Saovabha Phongsri
  His Majesty King Pokklao
(Rama VII)

Prajadhipok
8 November 1893
Sutdhasri Aphirom Hall, Grand Palace
26 November 1925

2 March 1935

(9 years, 96 days)
25 February 1926 Queen Rambai Barni 30 May 1941
Knowle House, Surrey
(aged 47 years, 203 days)
Son of Rama V and Saovabha Phongsri
  His Majesty King Ananda Mahidol
(Rama VIII)
20 September 1925
Heidelberg
2 March 1935

9 June 1946

(11 years, 99 days)
never crowned never married 9 June 1946
Boromphiman Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 20 years, 262 days)
Grandson of Rama V and Savang Vadhana
  His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
(Rama IX)
5 December 1927
Mount Auburn Hospital
9 June 1946

13 October 2016

(70 years, 126 days)
5 May 1950 Queen Sirikit 13 October 2016
Siriraj Hospital
(aged 88 years, 313 days)
Grandson of Rama V and Savang Vadhana
  His Majesty King Vajiraklao
(Rama X)

Maha Vajiralongkorn
28 July 1952
Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall, Dusit Palace
13 October 2016

present

(7 years, 188 days)
4 May 2019 Queen Suthida
Consort Sineenat
Living
(age 71 years, 265 days)
Son of Rama IX and Sirikit

Timeline edit

Rama XRama IXRama VIIIRama VIIRama VIRama VRama IVRama IIIRama IIRama I

Front Palaces edit

The Maha Uparat (มหาอุปราช) or the Krom Phrarajawang Bavorn Sathan Mongkol (Vice or Second King of Siam/Viceroy of Siam) (กรมพระราชวังบวรสถานมงคล) was an office that was bestowed on the highest ranking prince, frequently the monarch's younger brother or son. Until 1885 every Chakri monarch had appointed a prince to this office. The Uprarat and his miniature court would reside at the Front Palace (วังหน้า) (a palace complex to the north of the Grand Palace, now the site of the Bangkok National Museum). By tradition the Uparat was designated the heir to the throne, however only Prince Isarasundhorn was able to ascend the throne as King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai. The office was extremely prestigious and carried with it almost equal status to the king, this can be seen in Prince Chutamani (younger brother of King Mongkut), who was elevated to Vice King Pinklao in 1851 (he carried with him the styles and titles of a King). The office was abolished by King Chulalongkorn when his Uparat and cousin Prince Bovorn Vichaicharn died. He then declared his oldest son the crown prince of Siam, but not Uparat.[3]

Portrait Name Birth Relationship to Monarch Reign Coronation Death Monarch
  His Royal Highness Prince
Maha Sura Singhanat
1 November 1744
Ayutthaya
Younger brother 1782

3 November 1803
1782 3 November 1803
Burapha Phimuk Hall, Front Palace
(aged 59 years, 2 days)
Rama I
  His Royal Highness Prince Krommaluang Isarasundhorn 24 February 1767
Amphawa
Second son 15 March 1807

7 September 1809
(acceded to throne as Rama II)
(2 years, 176 days)
15 March 1807 21 July 1824
Phaisan Thaksin Hall, Grand Palace
(aged 57 years, 148 days)
  His Majesty Royal Highness Prince
Maha Senanurak
29 March 1773
Thonburi
Younger brother 22 September 1809

16 July 1817

(7 years, 297 days)
22 September 1809 16 July 1817
Wayusathan Amaret Hall, Front Palace
(aged 44 years, 109 days)
Rama II
  His Majesty Royal Prince
Sakdiphonlasep
21 October 1785
Grand Palace
Uncle 1824

1 May 1832
13 September 1824 1 May 1832
Front Palace
(aged 46 years, 193 days)
Rama III
  His Majesty King
Pinklao
4 September 1808
Thonburi Palace
Younger brother 2 April 1851

7 January 1866

(14 years, 280 days)
25 May 1851 7 January 1866
Wongchan Hall, Front Palace
(aged 57 years, 125 days)
Rama IV
  Krom Phra Ratchawang
Bowon Wichaichan
6 September 1838
Thonburi Palace
First Cousin 2 October 1868

28 August 1885

(16 years, 330 days)
25 November 1868 28 August 1885
Bowon Boriwat Hall, Front Palace
(aged 46 years, 356 days)
Rama V

Rear Palace edit

Krom Phrarajawang Boworn Sathan Phimuk (กรมพระราชวังบวรสถานพิมุข), or the Rear Palace, was another office inherited from the Kingdom of Ayutthaya. However, since the founding of the dynasty there has only been one rear palace. Prince Anurak Devesh was the nephew of King Buddha Yodfa Chualoke (his mother Princess Thepsuthavadi was the king's elder sister) and was appointed to the office in 1785.

Portrait Name Birth Relationship to Monarch Tenure Death Monarch
  Prince Krom Phra
Anurak Devesh
Krom Phra Rajawang Boworn Sathan Phimuk
28 March 1746
Ayutthaya
Nephew circa 1785

20 December 1806
20 December 1806
Rear Palace
(aged 60 years, 267 days)
Rama I

Crown Princes edit

The Crown Prince of Thailand or Sayam Makutrajakuman (สยามมกุฎราชกุมาร) is the designated and heir apparent to the throne and headship of the dynasty. The title was created in 1886 when King Chulalongkorn appointed his eldest son by Princess Consort Savang Vadhana, Prince Vajirunhis as Sayam Makutrajakuman. The title was copied directly from the Western tradition. Since then, there have only been three crown princes. The most recent crown prince, Maha Vajiralongkorn, was invested with the title in 1972 and became King in 2016. The succession is governed by the 1924 Palace Law of Succession passed by King Vajiravudh.

Portrait Name Birth Relationship to Monarch Became heir Tenure Death Heir of
  Maha Vajirunhis 27 June 1878
Grand Palace
Eighth son 14 January 1886 14 January 1886[4]

4 January 1895

(8 years, 355 days)
4 January 1895
Grand Palace
(16 years, 191 days)
Rama V
  Maha Vajiravudh 1 January 1881
Grand Palace
Eleventh son 4 January 1895 4 January 1895[5]

23 October 1910
(acceded to throne as Rama VI)
(15 years, 292 days)
26 November 1925
Chakraphat Phiman Hall, Grand Palace
(44 years, 329 days)
  Maha Vajiralongkorn 28 July 1952
Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall, Dusit Palace
Only son 28 July 1952 28 December 1972[6]
13 October 2016
(acceded to throne as Rama X)
(43 years, 290 days)
Living
(71 years, 265 days)
Rama IX

Queens edit

Portrait Name Father Birth Marriage Became consort Establish ceremony Ceased to be consort Death Spouse
  Somdet Phra Amarindra
Boromarajini
Thong Na Bangxang
(Na Bangxang)
15 March 1737
Amphawa
circa 1760 6 April 1782
Spouse's accession
not formally appointed 7 September 1809
Spouse's death
(27 years, 154 days)
25 May 1826
Grand Palace
(aged 89 years, 71 days)
Rama I
  Somdet Phra Sri Suriyendra
Boromarajini
Ngoen Saetan
(Tan)
21 September 1767
Amphawa
21 September 1801 7 September 1809
Spouse's accession
not formally appointed 21 July 1824
Spouse's death
(14 years, 318 days)
18 October 1836
Thonburi Palace
(aged 69 years, 27 days)
Rama II
  Somdet Phrachao Boromwongther
Chaofa Kunthon Thipphayawadi
Rama I of Siam
(Chakri)
1798
Grand Palace
circa 1816 not formally appointed 21 July 1824
Spouse's death
16 February 1838
Bangkok
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Somanass Waddhanawathy Lakkhananukhun of Siam
(Chakri)
21 December 1834
Bangkok
2 January 1852 none 10 October 1852
Grand Palace
(282 days)
(aged 17 years, 294 days)
Rama IV
  Somdet Phra Debsirindra
Boromarajini
Siriwong of Siam, Prince of Mattayaphithak
(Siriwong)
17 July 1834
Bangkok
6 January 1852 none 9 September 1862
Grand Palace
(10 years, 246 days)
(aged 28 years, 54 days)
  Phra Samphanthawongther
Phra-ongchao Phannarai
Siriwong of Siam, Prince of Mattayaphithak
(Siriwong)
9 May 1838
Bangkok
circa 1852 not formally appointed 1 October 1868
Spouse's death
22 June 1914
Tha Phra Palace, Bangkok
(aged 76 years, 44 days)
  Phrachao Borommawongther
Phra-ongchao Daksinajar Naradhirajbutri
Rama IV of Siam
(Chakri)
18 September 1852
Grand Palace
circa 1871 not formally appointed circa 1871
divorce
13 September 1906
The Prince Divakaravongse Pravati's Palace, Bangkok
(aged 53 years, 360 days)
Rama V
  Phra Akkhachayather
Phra-ongchao Saovabhark Nariratana
Ladavalya of Siam, Prince Bhumindra Bhakdi
(Ladavalya)
26 January 1854
Bangkok
circa 1872 none 21 July 1887
Grand Palace
(aged 33 years, 176 days)
  Phra Akkhachayather
Phra-ongchao Ubolratana Narinaga
Krom Khun Argavoraraja Kalya
Ladavalya of Siam, Prince Bhumindra Bhakdi
(Ladavalya)
28 November 1846
Bangkok
circa 1872 none 15 October 1901
Grand Palace
(aged 54 years, 321 days)
  Phra Nangchao Sukhumala Marasri
Phra Akkararatchathewi
Rama IV of Siam
(Chakri)
10 May 1861
Grand Palace
circa 1876 none 23 October 1910
Spouse's death
9 July 1927
Bangkhunphrom Palace, Bangkok
(aged 66 years, 60 days)
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Sunanda Kumariratana
Phra Borommaratchathewi
Rama IV of Siam
(Chakri)
10 November 1860
Grand Palace
circa 1877 none 31 May 1880
Chao Phraya River, Pak Kret
(aged 19 years, 203 days)
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Savang Vadhana
Phra Borommaratchathewi
Rama IV of Siam
(Chakri)
10 September 1862
Grand Palace
circa 1877 none 23 October 1910
Spouse's death
17 December 1955
Sa Pathum Palace
(aged 93 years, 98 days)
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Saovabha Phongsri
Phra Boromarajininat
(Queen Regent)
Rama IV of Siam
(Chakri)
1 January 1864
Grand Palace
circa 1877 none 23 October 1910
Spouse's death
20 October 1919
Phaya Thai Palace
(aged 55 years, 292 days)
  Phra Akkhachayather
Phra-ongchao Saisavali Bhiromya
Krom Phra Suddhasininat
Ladavalya of Siam, Prince Bhumindra Bhakdi
(Ladavalya)
4 September 1862
Bangkok
circa 1881 none 23 October 1910
Spouse's death
24 June 1929
Suan Sunandha Palace, Bangkok
(aged 66 years, 293 days)
  Chao Dara Rasmi
Phra Ratchachaya
Inthawichayanon of Chiang Mai
(Na Chiengmai)
26 August 1873
Klang Wieng Palace, Chiang Mai
4 February 1887 none 23 October 1910
Spouse's death
(23 years, 261 days)
9 December 1933
Rin Keaw Palace, Chiang Mai
(aged 60 years, 105 days)
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Indrasakdi Sachi
Phra Woraratchachaya
Pluem Sucharitaku, Chaophraya Suthammontri
(Sucharitaku)
10 June 1902
Klong Dan House, Phasi Charoen
12 January 1922 none 26 November 1925
Spouse's death
(3 years, 318 days)
30 November 1975
Siriraj Hospital
(aged 73 years, 173 days)
Rama VI
  Phra Nangther Lakshamilavan Worawannakon, Prince Narathip Praphanphong
(Vorawan)
3 July 1899
Varavarna Palace, Bangkok
27 August 1922 none 26 November 1925
Spouse's death
(3 years, 91 days)
29 August 1961
Laksamiwilat Palace, Bangkok
(aged 62 years, 57 days)
  Phra Nangchao Suvadhana
Phra Woraratchathewi
Lueam Abhayavongsa, Phraya Abhaibhubest
(Abhayavongsa)
15 April 1906
Klong Bang Luang House, Bangkok Yai
10 August 1924 none 26 November 1925
Spouse's death
(1 year, 108 days)
10 October 1985
Siriraj Hospital
(aged 79 years, 178 days)
  Somdet Phra Nangchao Rambai Barni
Phra Boromarajini
Svasti Sobhana, Prince Svastivatana Visishtha
(Svastivatana)
20 December 1904
Bangkok
25 August 1918 26 November 1925
Spouse's accession
25 February 1926 2 March 1935
Spouse's abdication
(9 years, 96 days)
22 May 1984
Sukhothai Palace
(aged 79 years, 154 days)
Rama VII
Somdet Phra Nangchao Sirikit
Phra Boromarajininat
(Queen Regent)
Nakkhatra Mangala, 2nd Prince of Chanthaburi
(Kitiyakara)
12 August 1932
1808 Rama VI Road, Pathum Wan
28 April 1950 5 May 1950 13 October 2016
Spouse's death
(66 years, 168 days)
Living
(aged 91 years, 250 days)
Rama IX
Somdet Phra Nangchao Suthida
Phra Boromarajini
Kham Tidjai
(Tidjai)
3 June 1978
Hat Yai
1 May 2019 4 May 2019 Incumbent
(4 years, 353 days)
Living
(aged 45 years, 320 days)
Rama X

Family tree edit

Chakri Dynasty Family Tree
Amarindra
1737–1826
(Queen)
Phutthayotfa
Chulalok
(Rama I)

1737–1809
r.1782-1809
Nui Yai
(Concubine)
Taksin
the Great

of Thonburi
1734–1782
r.1767–1782
Princess
Chim Yai
–1779
Maha
Senanurak

Viceroy
1773–1817
t.1809-1817
Praphaiwadi
Princess
Thepphayawadi
1777–1823
Chaem Krachangfa
Princess
Si Sunthonthep
1770–1808
House of
the First
Reign
Maha Sakdi
phonlasep

Viceroy
1773–1832
t.1824-1832
Aphaithibet
Prince
Krasattranuchit
1779–1809
House of
Maha
Senanurak
five other
unnamed
children
Sri Sulalai
1770–1837
Buddha
Loetla
Nabhalai
(Rama II)

1767–1824
r. 1809-1824
Sri
Suriyendra

1767–1836
(Queen)
House of
Maha
Sakdi-
phonlasep
Bang
(Concubine)
Nangklao
(Rama III)

1787–1851
r.1824-1851
Sap
(Concubine)
Prince
Nu Dam
Princess
Pom
Pinklao
Viceroy
1808–1866
t. 1851-1866
Em
(Concubine)
LakkhananukhunNgiu Suvarnadat
(Concubine)
Siriwong
Prince
Mattaya Phithak
1812–1839
Noi
(Concubine)
Lamom
Princess
Sudarat Ratchaprayun
1818–1896
House of
Pinklao
Wichaichan
Viceroy
1838–1885
t.1868-1885
Somanass
Vaddhanawathy

1834–1852
(Queen)
Samli
Bunnag
(Concubine)
1835–1900
Debsirindra
1834–1862
(Queen)
Mongkut
(Rama IV)

1804–1868
r.1851-1868
Piam
Sucharitkul

(Concubine)
1838–1904
Phueng
Indravimala
(Concubine)
Somanas
1852–1852
Sukhumala
Marasri

1861–1927
(Queen)
Chulalongkorn
(Rama V)

1853–1910
r. 1868–1910
Saovabha
Phongsri

1864–1919
(Queen)
Sunandha
Kumariratana

1860–1880
(Queen)
Sun
1859–1949
Gagananga
Yukala

Prince Bijit
Prijakorn
1855–1909
Paribatra
Sukhumbandhu

Prince of
Nakhon Sawan
1881–1944
Suddha
Dibyaratana

Princess of
Rattanakosin
1877–1922
Kannabhorn
Bejaratana

1878–1880
Svasti
Sobhon

1865–1935
Abha Barni
1874–1938
Savang
Vadhana

1862–1955
(Queen)
Uam
Bisalayabutra
(Concubine)
1856–1877
Yai
Sucharitkul
1858–1936
Devan
Udayawongse

Prince
Devawongse
Varopakarn
1858–1923
Prajadhipok
(Rama VII)

1893–1941
r. 1925–1935
Rambai
Barni

1904–1984
(Queen)
Mahidol
Adulyadej

the Prince
Father
1892–1929
Srinagarindra
1900–1995
Kitiyakara
Voralaksana

Prince of
Chanthaburi I
1874–1931
Apsarasaman
Devakula

1877–1939
Vajiravudh
(Rama VI)

1881–1925
r. 1910–1925
Suvadhana
Princess
Consort
1905–1985
Aram
Rattanakul
Serireongrit
m.1944
d.1950
Galyani
Vadhana

Princess of
Naradhiwas
1923–2008
Ananda
Mahidol
(Rama VIII)

1925–1946
r.1935 –1946
Nakkhatra
Mangala

Prince of
Chanthaburi II
1897–1953
Bua
Snidvongse

1909–1999
Bejaratana
Rajasuda

1925–2011
Dhasanawalaya
Sornsongkram

1945–
Sinthu
Sornsongkram
1940–
Bhumibol
Adulyadej
(Rama IX)

1927–2016
r.1946 – 2016
Sirikit
1932–
(Queen)
Adulakit
Kitiyakara

1930– 2004
Bandhusavali
Yugala

1934–

Busba
Kitiyakara

1934–
Kalyanakit
Kitiyakara

1929–1987
Jitat
Sornsongkram
1974–
Peter
Ladd
Jensen
m.1972 div.1998
Ubolratana
Rajakanya

1951–
Sirindhorn
1955–
Sarali
Kitiyakara
1966–
Ploypailin
Jensen

1981–
Poom Jensen
1983 –2004
Yuvadhida
Polpraserth

1962–
Vajiralongkorn
(Rama X)

1952–
r.2016-
Srirasmi
Suwadee

m.2001
div.2014–
Soamsawali
1957–
Chulabhorn
Walailak

1957–
Virayudh
Tishyasarin
m.1982 div.1996
Sirikitiya
Jensen

1985–
Juthavachara
Vivacharawongse
1979-
Vacharaesorn
Vivacharawongse
1981-
Chakriwat
Vivacharawongse
1983-
Dipangkorn
Rasmijoti

2005–
Bajrakitiyabha
1978–
Aditayadorn
Kitikhun

1984–
Siribha
Chudabhorn

1982–
Vatchrawee
Vivacharawongse
1985-
Sirivannavari
Nariratana

1987–

Cadet houses edit

Royal houses edit

Viceregal houses edit

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ Reid, Anthony (2015). A History of Southeast Asia: Critical Crossroads. John Wiley & Sons. p. 215. ISBN 9780631179610. Archived from the original on 6 February 2023. Retrieved 28 November 2021.
  2. ^ "King Vajiralongkorn of Thailand is crowned in elaborate ceremony". theguardian.com. 4 May 2019. Archived from the original on 12 August 2020. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
  3. ^ Terwiel, B.J. (2011). Thailand's Political History: From the 13th Century to Recent Times. Thailand: River Books. p. 39. ISBN 978-9749863961. Archived from the original on 6 February 2023. Retrieved 28 November 2021.
  4. ^ Royal Gazette, Announcement of the appointment of Prince Vajirunhis to the Crown Prince of Siam (Thai) Archived 3 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine, Volume 3, Chapter 44, 1 March 1886, page 368
  5. ^ Royal Gazette, The Investiture of Crown Prince Maha Vajiravudh (Thai) Archived 3 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine, Volume 11, Chapter 63, 20 January 1895, page 346
  6. ^ Royal Gazette, Royal Decree announcing the Investiture of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn (Thai) Archived 5 November 2016 at the Wayback Machine, Volume 89, Chapter 200 (ก), Special Edition, 28 December 1972, Page 1
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Chakri Dynasty
Founding year: 1782
Preceded by
Thonburi Kingdom
Thonburi Dynasty
Ruling Dynasty of the
Kingdom of Thailand
(Kingdom of Siam)

6 April 1782−present day
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