Order of the Rajamitrabhorn

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The Most Auspicious Order of the Rajamitrabhorn
Awarded by
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the King of Thailand
Eligibility Foreign Heads of State
Status Currently constituted
Sovereign HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Grades (w/ post-nominals) Knight
Established 11 June 1962
First induction 20 June 1962
Next (higher) None (highest)
Next (lower) Order of the Royal House of Chakri
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Ribbon bar of the Order of the Rajamitrabhorn

The Most Auspicious Order of the Rajamitrabhorn (Thai: เครื่องราชอิสริยาภรณ์อันเป็นมงคลยิ่งราชมิตราภรณ์; RTGS: Khrueang Ratcha Itsariyaphon An Pen Mongkhon Ying Ratchamittraphon) is the highest royal order of Thailand. It was established on 11 June 1962 by King Rama IX to be bestowed upon foreign Heads of State. Members of the order are entitled to use the postnominals ร.ม.ภ.


The decoration consists of a single class (Knight). The insignia for this class is:

  • Collar with the diamond pendant, with the Chakra crossed over the Trident, at the centre.
  • Small pendant, attached onto the yellow sash, with white and blue trims, to wear over the right shoulder to the left hip.
  • Star with the figure of Narayana on the Garuda, to wear on the left chest.

List of Knights of the Order of the Rajamitrabhorn[edit]


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