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 Another day of regal significance is the Chakri Day on April 6.  A public holiday in Thailand, it is officially called the Chakri Memorial Day, as it is the day to commemorate the founding day of the Chakri Dynasty by King Rama I in 1782, and to honor the royal lineage with its long tradition of producing the Chakri monarchs all industrious and intent on developing the Kingdom of Siam, now commonly known as Thailand.  The now ruling King Bhumibol or King Rama IX belongs to the Royal House of Chakri; he is the ninth king. Another day of regal significance is the Chakri Day on April 6.  A public holiday in Thailand, it is officially called the Chakri Memorial Day, as it is the day to commemorate the founding day of the Chakri Dynasty by King Rama I in 1782, and to honor the royal lineage with its long tradition of producing the Chakri monarchs all industrious and intent on developing the Kingdom of Siam, now commonly known as Thailand.  The now ruling King Bhumibol or King Rama IX belongs to the Royal House of Chakri; he is the ninth king.