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Bandera kan Tailandya

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An bandera kan Tailandya (Thai: ธงไตรรงค์; RTGS: thong trai rong, nangangahulugan na 'tulong kolor na bandera') nagpapahiling nin limang horizontal stripes sa mga kolor pula, puti, asul, puti asin pula, na may asul na stripe sa tahaw na doble an lakbang kisa sa kada saro sa apat. Inadaptar an desenyo kaidtong Septyembre 28, 1917, segun sa royal decree na inisyu ni Rama VI. Poon kaidtong 2016, an aldaw na iyan iyo an nasyunal na aldaw kan importansya sa Tailandya na nagseselebrar kan bandera.[1]

Pigsasabi na an mga kolor nagrerepresentar sa nasyon-relihiyom-hade, an bakong opisyal na motto kan Tailandya, pula para sa daga asin mga tawo, puti para sa mga relihiyon asin asul para sa monarkiya, an huri iyo an auspicious na kolor ni Rama VI. Sa pagdeklara kan hade nin gera sa Alemanya kaidtong Hulyo, an iba pignonotaran an bandera ngunyan na nagdadara nin parehong mga kolor siring kan sa Reyno Unido, Pransya, Rusya asin Estados Unidos.[2]

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  1. Lua error in Module:In_lang at line 40: attempt to call local 'name_from_tag' (a nil value). การฉลองครบรอบ 100 ปี การประกาศใช้ธงไตรรงค์ เป็นธงชาติไทย Archived 19 May 2017 at the Wayback Machine. Thailand.prd.go.th, Retrieved September 26, 2017.
  2. Duncan Stearn (14–20 February 2003). "A Slice of Thai History: Raising the standard; Thailand's national flags". Pattaya Mail. http://www.pattayamail.com/498/columns.shtml#hd6. "The prevailing – although unofficial – view of the meaning of the five stripes is that red represents the land and the people; the white is for Theravada Buddhism, the state religion and the central purple stripe symbolises the monarchy. It has also been stated that purple was the favorite color of King Rama VI (he born in Saturday). Another account claims the purple (this refer deep blue) was inserted as a show of solidarity following Thailand’s entry into the First World War (in July 1917) as an ally of Britain and France...."