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1972 Thailand Siam 5 Baht coin pendant Garuda Phra Khrut Pha Vishnu Hindu god Buddhist Chiang Mai Udon Surat Thani Chao Wat Arun n001195

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ฬ.ศ.๒๕๑๕ 1972 Thailand 5 Baht {1-year issue} 3S

Rama IX

front: mythical creature "Garuda"

The national emblem of Thailand (Thai: ตราแผ่นดินของไทย) is called the Phra Khrut Pha (RTGS transcription; พระครุฑพ่าห์; "Garuda as the vehicle" (of Vishnu)). The Garuda was officially adopted as the national emblem by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in 1911. However, the mythical creature had been used as a symbol of royalty in Thailand for centuries. The Garuda is depicted on seals, which are used by the King of Thailand and the Government of Thailand to authenticate official documents and as its primary emblem.

The Garuda is a mythological beast of the Hindu and Buddhist tradition. According to Hindu mythology, the Garuda is the vahana (vehicle) of the god Vishnu (more commonly known in Thailand as Narayana). The ancient kings of Thailand believed in divine kingship, and considered themselves the incarnation of the god Narayana. Thus, the Garuda came to symbolise the divine power and authority of the king.

According to mythology, the Garuda is a large hybrid half-man and half-bird creature. The Garuda is often depicted in art as having the head, beak, wings and talons of an eagle, while his torso is like that of a human man.

รัฐบาลไทย พ.ศ.๒๕๑๕
๕ บาท

Royal Thai Government BE 2515
5 Baht

back lettering: ภูมิพลอดุลยเดช รัชกาลที่ ๙

Translation: Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama IX

• quantity 1
• demonetized (no longer in circulation) polished Copper-nickel coin
• diameter: 27.8 mm
• weight: 9 g
• shape: Nonagonal (9-sided)

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