Data Related Search
Mongkut The Great, also known as King Rama IV, reigning title Phra Chom Klao Chao Yu Hua (18 October 1804 – 1 October 1868), was the fourth monarch of Siam (Thailand) under the House of Chakri, ruling from 1851 to 1868.
Mongkut was the 43rd child of King Rama II, but as the first son to be born of a queen he was favoured to succeed to the throne. When his father died in 1824, however, Mongkut was barely 20, and the royal accession council instead chose his older and more experienced half brother to reign as King Phranangklao (Rama III).
Mongkut (Rama IV of Siam) (October 18, 1804 – October 1, 1868), was king of Siam (Thailand) from 1851 to 1868. Historians have widely regarded him as one of the most remarkable kings of the Chakri Dynasty.
King Mongkut is the male protagonist, the King of Siam, father of Prince Chulalongkorn and the Royal Children, of the 1999 animated film, The King and I.
King Mongkut was a strong advocate of modernization and of learning from other cultures, starting a modernization program that was carried on to great success by his son Chulalongkorn. He hired foreign tutors to teach his children, including Anna Leonowens.
King Mongkut, ruler of the Kingdom of Siam, is an absolute monarch bound to uphold the great traditions of his country's rich heritage and history. But Mongkut is also a self-taught visionary and a man of science.
In fact, King Mongkut, who reigned from 1851 to his death in 1868, is seen by many historians as a reformist for his e king, also known as Rama IV, was 47 when he took the throne after the...
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi can trace its origin to the Thonburi Technical College (TTC) which was established on 4 February 1960, by the Department of Vocational Education, Ministry of C had the mission of training technicians, technical instructors, and technologists.