In Thailand, it is widely believed that dressing in a certain colour each day will bring you good luck. The code is: Monday, yellow; Tuesday, pink; Wednesday, green; Thursday, orange; Friday, blue; Saturday, purple; Sunday, red.... read more ›
Red, white and blue are the colours of the Thai flag. The red represents the nation and symbolises the blood that was spilled to keep Thailand free and independent.... read more ›
Yellow is considered lucky for all occasions. According to Hindu mythology, Phra Isuan captured 14 angels and transformed them into powder using his infinite power. As a second step, he wrapped the powder in a yellow cloth and sprinkled holy water upon the powder to create the Moon.... see details ›
Purple is associated with royalty. It symbolises power, nobility, luxury, and ambition. It conveys wealth and extravagance. Purple is associated with wisdom, dignity, independence, creativity, mystery, and magic. Some 75 percent of small children choose purple over other colors.... see details ›
Sunday – according to Thai tradition, Sunday's lucky color is red, reminiscent of the red of the setting sun. The day's unlucky color is blue, which people avoid wearing on Sundays. The deity or the God associated with the day is the Sun God or Surya Deva.... read more ›
White is traditionally associated with new beginnings, purity, and a fresh slate, so you can't go wrong. Donning yellow (or gold) could be a good choice as the color traditionally represents prosperity and riches — because, you know, gold.... continue reading ›
|Day||Color of the day||God of the day|
|Thursday||orange / yellow||Brihaspati|
|day||color||example and RGB code|
|Monday||white||Floral White – #FFFAF0|
|Tuesday||red||Indian Red – #CD5C5C|
|Wednesday||green||Lime Green – #32CD32|
|Thursday||yellow||Light Yellow – #FFFFE0|
The red colour symobolises the blood spilled by Thais to maintain their nation's independence, the white colour represents purity and Buddhism, and the blue stands primarily for the country's monarchy, but also shows solidarity with Thailand's First World War allies, many of which had a red, white and blue flag.... see details ›
Buddhists and Gold
Put simply, gold is the universal symbol for happiness, purity, enlightenment and freedom.... see more ›
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