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Many activities are held throughout August each year to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on 12 August.
The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles is organizing activities in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 82nd birthday anniversary, 12 August 2014.
Her Majesty Queen Sirikit will turn 82 on 12 August 2014. Head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) General Prayut Chan-o-cha has invited members of the public to join various celebrative activities to mark Her Majesty’s 82nd birthday anniversary.
Various public and private sectors and women’s groups are joining hands with the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security in organizing a celebration of Thai Women’s Day in honor of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.
The Office of the Permanent Secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office will organize various activities, as part of the celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s 82nd birthday anniversary, 12 August.
More than 150 representatives of government agencies, the business sector, and local communities, as well as farmers will gather at a seminar to discuss effective ways to spread the message of the Sufficiency Economy philosophy.
Two royal ceremonies are held in Bangkok each year in May to mark the official opening of the rice-planting season in Thailand. They are the Royal Cultivating Ceremony and the Royal Ploughing Ceremony.
His Majesty the King will grant a public audience to members of the Royal Family and government officials on the occasion of Coronation Day, 5 May.
One of the southern border provinces, Narathiwat is the location of the Pikun Thong Royal Development Study Center, which serves as a model of development work through experiments and helps local people improve their abilities in agriculture.
The Royal House of Chakri is a family line that has remained unbroken since 1782, the year of the founding of Bangkok as the capital of Thailand. Each year on 6 April, Thailand celebrates Chakri Memorial Day in commemoration of King Rama I, the founder of the Royal House of Chakri.