The Honourable Order of Rama
 

The Order was established in 1918 by King Rama VI to be bestowed onto those who have rendered special military services either in peace or in wartimes as His Majesty sees deem fit.

          The Order is divided into six classes:

Class I "Senangapati" (Knight Grand Commander) of the Honourable Order of Rama

1. Pendant, on the black sash with red trims, to wear over the right shoulder to the left hip.
2. Star, to wear on the left chest.

Class II "Maha Yodhin" (Knight Commander) of the Honourable Order of Rama

1. Pendant is suspended from the silk band, to wear as collar.
2. Star, to wear on the right chest.

Class III "Yodhin" (Commander) of the Honourable Order of Rama

Pendant is suspended from the silk band, to wear as collar.

Class IV "Asvin" (Companion)
of the Honourable Order of Rama

Pendant is attached onto the silk band, to wear on the left chest.

Class V
Member of "The Rama Medal for Gallantry in Action" of the Honourable Order of Rama

Wearing of the Medal is similar to that of "Asvin".

Class VI Member of "The Rama Medal
of the Honourable Order of Rama"

Wearing of the Medal is similar to that of "Asvin".

The awarding of this Order is bestowed at a special occasion, with the drinking of consecrated water ceremony,
to be performed under the presence of His Majesty the King, witnessed by all recipients of the Order.

 

Senangapati

  

Maha Yodhin

 

Yodhin

  

Asvin

 

The Rama Medal for Gallantry in Action

  

The Rama Medal