Sunandha Kumariratana queen of Thailand drowned in front of guards presence of guards

Queen drowned because touching her leads to death plenty

Sunandha Kumariratana queen of thailand drowned in front of guards beacuse they were forbidden to touch her

If you touched the queen, you will be imposed with plenty of death

Sunandha Kumariratana  (10 November 1860 – 31 May 1880) was a daughter of King Mongkut (Rama IV) and Princess Consort Piam. Her given name is Princess Sunandha Kumariratana. She was a half-sister and the first queen consort and one g Chulalongkorn (Rama V,of Siam,now Thailand), two of which were her full-sibling younger sisters, Queen Savang Vadhana and Queen Saovabha Bhongsi.

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The queen and her daughter drowned when the royal boat capsized while on the way to the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace (Summer palace). Despite the presence of many onlookers, they were forbidden on pain of death to touch the queen – not even to save her life. The grief-stricken Chulalongkorn later erected a memorial to her and his unborn child at the Bang Pa-In Palace.

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Sunandha Kumariratana queen of thailand drowned in front of guards beacuse they were forbidden to touch her

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