||The Royal Ceremonial Emblem on the
5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty the King, 1987.
||The Royal Garuda signifying the
State, meaning the Government and the People, respectfully supporting
the discus and the ancient sword, symbolizing the Chakri Dynasty
and His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The clockwise discus
signifies the power of righteousness. The Royal Crown with golden
rays, flanked by royal umbrellas and royal belongings, signifies
the power of the monarch. The mythological lion symbolizes the
civilian side, and the mythological half elephant-half lion figure
symbolizes the military side. They hold the royal umbrellas and
the royal belongings, signifying the two branches of officials
that undertake state affairs in the name of His Majesty the King.