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What (who) is Royal Barge Anantanakkharat - definition

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  • Royal Barge Anantanakkharat at the 1987 [[Royal Barge Procession]] to mark the 60th birthday of King [[Bhumibol Adulyadej]]
The original Royal Barge Anantanakkharat, with 7-headed Nakkharat, is a royal barge in Thailand, created and built during the reign of Rama III (King Nangklao) Rattanakosin Era (Estimated 1840-1851).
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  • The [[Karaweik]] barge on Yangon's [[Kandawgyi Lake]] is based on the design of a royal barge.
  • A royal barge moored on the moat surrounding [[Mandalay Palace]].
  • The ceremonial barge used during the [[Hpaung Daw U Pagoda]] [[pagoda festival]] is modeled after a royal barge.
  • Royal Shallop ''Jubilant'' (right)
  • The Royal Barge on display next to the Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Spirit of Chartwell at the [[Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant]], 2012
  • Gloriana]] at the [[Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant]], 2012
  • Swedish royal barge ''Vasaorden'' which took part in the celebrational procession following the [[Wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling]], 2010
A royal barge is a ceremonial barge that is used by a monarch for processions and transport on a body of water.
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  • Royal barge ''Ananta Nakkharat'' (1865)
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  • King [[Chulalongkorn]] on Royal Barge ''Suphannahong''
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  • [[Royal Barge Anantanakkharat]] at the 1987 procession
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  • Royal Barge Suphannahong arrives at Wat Arun for Royal Kathin Ceremony
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Thailand's Royal Barge Procession; Royal Barge Suphannahong; Suphannahong; Royal barge procession
Thailand's Royal Barge Procession (; RTGS: krabuan phayuhayattra chonlamak) is a ceremony of both religious and royal significance which has taken place for nearly 700 years. The royal barges are a blend of craftsmanship and traditional Thai art.