Indrasakdi Sachi

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Indarasakdi Sachi
HM Queen Indrasakdi Sachi.jpg
Princess consort of Siam
Tenure(1) 10 June 1921 – 1 January 1922
(2) 15 September 1925 – 30 November 1975
Queen consort of Siam
Tenure1 January 1922 – 15 September 1925
Born(1902-06-10)10 June 1902
Bangkok, Siam
Died30 November 1975(1975-11-30) (aged 73)
Bangkok, Thailand
SpouseVajiravudh (Rama VI)
Full name
English: Indrasakdi Sachi
Thai: อินทรศักดิศจี
HouseChakri Dynasty
FatherPluem Sucharitakul
MotherKimlai Tejakambuja
Styles of
Indrasakdi Sachi
Princess Consort of Rama VI
Female Royalty's Standard of Thailand.svg
Reference style Her Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Ma'am

Princess Indrasakdi Sachi (Thai: อินทรศักดิศจี; RTGS: Inthrasak Sachi), formerly Queen Indrasakdi Sachi (10 June 1902 – 30 November 1975), née Praphai Sucharitakul[1] (Thai: ประไพ สุจริตกุล; RTGS: Praphai Sucharitakun), was a royal consort of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) of Siam. She was daughter of Chao Praya Sudharm Montri, younger sister of Pra Sucharit Suda. The name means "Sachi wife of Indra".

She became queen because of her pregnancy, making the King Vajiravudh extremely happy with a much anticipated heir.[2] It was never to be, as the queen miscarried two or three times during her queenship. She was later demoted to a rank of Princess Consort.[3]

Titles and Styles[edit]

  • 1902 – 1921 : Miss Prabai Sucharitakul
  • 1921 – 1921 : Phra Indrani, Royal Concubine
  • 1921 – 1922 : Her Royal Highness Princess Indrasakdi Sachi, The Princess Consort
  • 1922 – 1925 : Her Majesty The Queen of Siam
  • 1925 – 1925 : Her Royal Highness Princess Indrasakdi Sachi, Princess Consort
  • 1925 – 1975 : Her Royal Highness Princess Indrasakdi Sachi, Princess Consort of the King Rama VI

Royal Decorations[edit]



Indrasakdi Sachi
Born: 10 June 1902 Died: 30 November 1975
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Saovabha Phongsri
Queen consort of Siam
1 January 1922 – 15 September 1925
Succeeded by
Rambhai Barni Svastivatana