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November 16, 2008
A Brahmin priest is seen next to the royal urn, containing the relics and ashes of Princess Galyani Vadhana...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Brahmin priest sits next to the royal urn at the ceremonial area to the south in Bangkok
A Brahmin priest is seen next to the royal urn, containing the relics and ashes of Princess Galyani Vadhana at the ceremonial area to the south in Bangkok November 16, 2008. The relics are upon the royal palanquin with four poles, while the ashes are upon the royal palanquin with two poles. Tens of thousands of Thais gathered in old Bangkok on Saturday for the cremation of Princess Galyani, who died of cancer in January. In the central ceremony of the 6-day, $9 million funerary rites that provided a rare glimpse of the pageantry of the House of Chakri, the king lit symbolic candles in front of his sister's sandal-wood casket at an ornate Buddhist pavilion. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
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