The present Doodle celebrates the Thai National Theater, a iconic arts venue situated in the nation’s capital of Bangkok. The venue was inaugurated on this day in 1965 with an initial function of Thai dance performed before a crowd of people that included individuals from the country’s eminence—the first of numerous cultural events held there in the a long time since.
The National Theater was first conceived in 1932 as a space for performing artists to share Thailand’s rich cultural heritage of music and hit the dance floor with crowds.
Another reason for the performance center was to give a home to local people to trade masterful traditions with guests from abroad to construct stronger international relationships. For about thirty years the venue worked out of the Fine Arts Department of the National Museum, and afterward in 1961 development started on the devoted structure known today.
Since its inception, the theater has exhibited different customary Thai works of art, for example, the classical dance style called khon. This unique exhibition generally includes artists in veils and beautiful ensembles and coordinates shifted components like music, writing, and handicraft to depict stories from the Thai epic called the Ramakien.
The National Theater is likewise home to melodic occasions including exhibitions by traditional large groups, and even gives a scene to instructive capacities like expressions lectures.
The venue is an enduring image of creative mind, culture, and custom for the individuals of Thailand.