Historical Timeline » Rattanakosin (25th BE)

 
In the early Rattanakosin era, the Dusit Maha Prasat palace was an audience hall, where affairs of the state were conducted and royal ceremonies performed. The palace was built by King Rama I in 1806 A.D. The structure is a cruciform building with large high roofs. The Dusit Maha Prasat Palace in the Grand Palace is now the only remaining example of the traditional Thai palace left in Thailand. The gilded lacquer work between the windows chronicle the yearly succession of state ceremonies which were recorded by King Rama V. More precisely, the mural above the windows depict events of a governmental, religious, military and diplomatic nature and the traditional Thai way of life.
In the early Rattanakosin era, the Dusit Maha Prasat palace was an audience hall, where affairs of the state were conducted and royal ceremonies performed. The palace was built by King Rama I in 1806 A.D. The structure is a cruciform building with large high roofs. The Dusit Maha Prasat Palace in the Grand Palace is now the only remaining example of the traditional Thai palace left in Thailand. The gilded lacquer work between the windows chronicle the yearly succession of state ceremonies which were recorded by King Rama V. More precisely, the mural above the windows depict events of a governmental, religious, military and diplomatic nature and the traditional Thai way of life.

In the early Rattanakosin era, the Dusit Maha Prasat palace was an audience hall, where affairs of the state were conducted and royal ceremonies performed. The palace was built by King Rama I in 1806 A.D. The structure is a cruciform building with large high roofs. The Dusit Maha Prasat Palace in the Grand Palace is now the only remaining example of the traditional Thai palace left in Thailand. The gilded lacquer work between the windows chronicle the yearly succession of state ceremonies which were recorded by King Rama V. More precisely, the mural above the windows depict events of a governmental, religious, military and diplomatic nature and the traditional Thai way of life.

 
 
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