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Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura CV

Her Royal Excellency
Dr. Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura


AseanAffairs, AseanAffairs Business Council (AABC)
& India Business Bridge (I.B.B.)

She is the Great-Great-Granddaughter of His Majesty, King Rama IV of Thailand.
She is a well-known and highly respected philanthropist, business woman in Thailand and around the world.
Her Royal Excellency is the Founder of Harrow International School (Thailand).

*Chairwoman : AseanAffairs Business Council (AABC), India Business Bridge (I.B.B.)
*Founding Member, Music World Cup, Dubai
*Honorary Chairwoman of the Advisory Board, Pan Corporation Company Ltd (Thailand)
*Chairwoman, CQB Group International (International Security Company)
*Advisor to the Board of General Harmonics
*Honorary Ambassador of the Polish Network of Women Entrepreneurship Ambassadors
*Honorary Consul of The Republic of Kosovo
*Global Ambassador, China Food Safety Bureau for Youths, Mainland China PRC
*Dame Grand Cross of Justice, O.S.J.,Malta
*Grand Prior in The Kingdom of Thailand, for The Sovereign Order ,O.S.J. Knights of Malta
*Founder, Her Serene Highness Princess Chaliyao Varnamala Jayankura & His Serene  Highness Prince Visesh Sakdi Jayankura Foundation

Her Royal Excellency is fluent is several languages namely Thai, English, 2 dialects of Philippine language, 3 dialects of Chinese language (Mandarin, Fukien and Cantonese) and a very good understanding of Spanish. Having lived and travelled all over the world, HRE has touched the lives of millions of people with her serene and blessed God gifted personality. HRE is one of the kindest, magnanimous, spiritual and loving person one has ever met is what people say who have known her personally.
 Thailand and Thai people’s well being and progress are foremost on her mind always and she has worked tirelessly towards that end all her life and continues to do so every day. Against great odds and stiff competition she successfully and almost single handedly established the prestigious Harrow international school in Thailand in 1997, the first time the 500 year school was set up outside England.
HRE has successfully set up and established multi billion dollar companies in various parts of the world. Over 30 years she has worked closely with state enterprises of various countries in fields ranging from energy, infrastructure, education, publishing & media, health & well being, hospitality, movies, music and spirituality.
 She is also an excellent sportsperson and a takes time off to practice at the army shooting range near Don Muang in Bangkok.


At the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, United Kingdom, October 2011.
She has helped established many Buddhist temples in Thailand and in other countries. The teachings of Lord Buddha are the guiding philosophy and principles of her life. The Buddha temple at her residence in Bangkok radiates such blissful energy that visitors experience a soul stirring and blessed visit to her home. The holy pool at her home contains water from 400 temples nationwide.

With Swarup Roy, Founder of AseanAffairs, HRE at the Buddha temple
 at her residence in Bangkok, 25 Feb 2015

On her recent visit to India, HRE was the guest of the Buddhist Spiritual Park organization in Nagpur where she was received with great love and affection by the Indian people, media, cabinet ministers and Buddhist monks.
India, Thailand share common culture, says Her Royal Excellency of Thailand Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura
Press Trust of India  |  Nagpur  February 16, 2015 & AseanAffairs media, Bangkok 22 Feb 2015

Press Trust of India  |  Nagpur  February 16, 2015 & AseanAffairs media, Bangkok 22 Feb 2015

Her Royal Excellency Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura of Thailand pays obeisance at the
Deekshabhoomi temple in Nagpur, on Feb 15, 2015. (Photo: IANS)

India's cabinet minister Nitin Gadkari meeting AseanAffairs Chairwoman Her Royal Excellency Mom
Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura in Nagpur, India on 16 Feb 2015

With Gagan Malik, bollywood movie star who played the role of prince Siddhartha in the movie “Lord Buddha”, Lord
Ram in the TV series Ramayana and Lord Krishna in “Hanuman” TV series.

Major newspapers in English as well as Hindi and local languages
covered Her Royal Excellency’s trip to Nagpur and India. .

Her Royal Excellency is widely known and connected and frequently visits the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

She represents the Republic of Kosovo as its honorary consul.

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