BURMA

The Konbaung Dynasty

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1819 - 1837 H.M. Sri Tribuvana Aditya Adipati Pawara Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Yanadapura Sattokhta Myoti Min Thaya Gyi [Bagyidaw], King of Burma. b. at the Royal Palace, Amarapura, 23rd July 1784, as Maung Nanjeen, educ. privately. Granted Sagaing in fief, late July 1784. Raised to the rank of Sado Min Hla Shwe Daung in fief, 1786. Received the additional fiefs of Ava, Moutchobo, Peensala 5 myo, Ngesinkoo, Peensee, Pyeemona, Thaungthwoot Zaungdweengyi, Kyaukchauk, and made General of the Northern and Southern Corps of Horse, 23rd June 1793. Raised to the rank of Sado Min Cho 1797, and granted the title of Sri Pawara Maha Dharmaraja 1st February 1807. Installed as Heir Apparent with the title of Sri Pawara Maha Suriya Dharmaraja Maha Uparaja Anaudrapa Ainshe Min, and granted the additional fiefs of Debiyeen and Shwe Daung on 17th April 1808. Master-General of the Ordnance during the Thai-Burma War of 1808. Succeeded on the death of his grandfather, 5th June 1819. Crowned at Amarapura, with the reign name of Sri Pawara Suriya Dharmaraja  Maharajadhiraja, 7th June 1819. Transferred the capital back to Ava from Amarapura, 1823. Assumed a new reign name of Sri Tatyi Buvana Aditya Pawara Pandita Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhiraja 15th March 1824. Crowned for the third time and assumed a third reign name, Sri Tribuvana Aditya Adipati Pawara Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja 15th March 1826. Dethroned and forced to abdicate in favour of his younger brother, 15th April 1837.  Copyright© Christopher Buyers
m. (1) at the Royal Palace, Amarapura, 9th February 1803, H.R.H. Ainshe Hteik Hta Mibura Hsinbyuyin Mey, Sri Suriya Maha Chandra Devi, Princess of Thedawu 5 Yuwa, Myedo, Minsaing, and Tharrawaddy (Thedawu 5 Yuwa, Myedo, Minsaing Tharrawaddy Myosa) (b. 8th January 1789; d. in childbirth, at Myingun, 2nd November 1812), raised to the titles of Sri Maya Chandravati 1797, and prom. to Sri Suriya Maha Chandra Devi 1802, received Tharawaddy in fief 31st May 1810, daughter of H.R.H. Prince Maung Shwe Mhoung, Sri Maha Dharmaraja, Viceroy of Prome, by his second wife, H.R.H. Princess Men Aung Khyeen Min, Sri Maha Ratna Mala Devi, Princess of Myedo, daughter of H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nandayasatri Bhuwanaditya Adipati Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Amarapura Myoti Min Thaya Gyi Bodawpaya Hsinbyumyashin, King of Burma.
m. (2) at the Royal Palace, Amarapura, 1816 (div.), H.R.H. Princess Min Shwe Hnan Min, Sri Mala Devi, Princess of Padaung (Padaung Minthami) (b. 1809; m. second, 1837, H.M. Sri Pawara Adityaluka Adipati Vijaya Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Shwebo Myoti Min Thaya Gyi [Tharawaddy], King of Burma, and d. at Okkalapa, 15th January 1842), daughter of H.R.H. Prince Maung Phyo [Pyui], Maha Sri Siha Suriya Su Dharmaraja, Prince of Mekkhara, by his half-sister, H.R.H. Princess Min Shwe Yout, Sri Siwali Devi, Princess of Manzayeik, daughter of Sri Tilaka Devi, Mongmit Myosa.
m. (3) 1801, H.M. Queen (Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi) Sri Pawara Tilaka Suriya Maha Rajendra Ratna Devi, Mongtong Myosa (b. 18th June 1783; k. on the orders of King Tharawaddy, 12th May 1840, together with her brother, the Salin Prince), née Men Nu, raised to the rank of Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi and granted the title of Sri Pawara Maha Rajendra Ratna Devi 1819, prom. to Sri Pawara Tilaka Maha Rajendra Ratna Devi 1823, and to Sri Pawara Tilaka Suriya Maha Rajendra Ratna Devi 1825, received Bassein, Sale, Taunghu, Shwegyin, Padaung, Kyaukmyaung, and Della in fief, daughter of the Shwe Daung Sriha Kyaw Zwa, and sister of H.H. Prince Maung O, Prince of Salin.
m. (4) November 1819, H.M. Queen (Myauk-saungdaw Mibura) Sri Mala Chandra Devi (b. 1799; d. 23rd February 1824), née H.R.H. Princess Men Bodou Khyee Mey, Sri Kalya Chandravati, Princess of Pindale (Pindale Myosa), raised to the titles of Sri Kalya Chandravati 1806, and prom. to Sri Mala Chandra Devi 1820, third daughter of his uncle H.R.H. Prince Maung Pyey, Srihasura Maha Dharmaraja, Viceroy of Pagan, by his first wife, H.R.H. Princess Min Shwe Hnan Min, Maha Mangala Ratna Nanda Devi, daughter of King Shinbyushin.
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m. (5) November 1819, H.M. Queen (Ale-nandaw Mibura I) Sri Prabha Mala Devi, Myaung Myosa Mibura (b. 1803; m. second 1837, H.R.H. Prince Maung Shwe Ko, Prince of Kale, and d. 17th May 1838), née  H.R.H. Princess Min Shwe Hnan Yu, Sri Ratna Prabhavati, granted the titles of Sri Ratna Prabavati 1806, and prom. to Sri Prabha Mala Devi 1820, eldest daughter of his uncle, H.R.H. Prince Maung Thu, Suriya Dharmaraja, Viceroy of Bassein, by his half-sister, H.R.H. Princess Men Gyi, Sri Mindala Devi, Princess of Yaw, daughter of the Taungsaundaw-shwe-ye Mibura.
m. (6) 1818, H.M. Queen (Myauk-nandaw Mibura II) Sri Maha Mangala Devi, Meetheela and Henzada Myosa Mibura (b. 1788; d. 1840), raised to the titles of Sri Ratna Mala Mahay 1819, Sri Nanda Mangala Devi 1820, and finally to Sri Maha Mangala Devi 1823, daughter of the Kyeeewoon Wungyi.
m. (7) H.M. Queen (Ale-nandaw Mibura II) Sri Maha Ratna Devi, Kanaung Myosa Mibura (b. 1794; d. ca. 1811), raised to the titles of Sri Myat Zwa Ratna Mahay 1819, Sri Myat Zwa Ratna Devi 1820, and Sri Maha Ratna Devi 1823, daughter of the Mogaung Wungyi.
m. (8) 1819, H.M. Queen (Anauk-nandaw Mibura) Sri Maha Chandra Devi, Danubyu Myosa Mibura (b. 1794; d. 1862), raised to the titles of Sri Mala Ratna Mahay 1819, Sri Mangala Mala Devi 1820, and Sri Maha Chandra Devi 1823, daughter of Maung Malen Bew, the Anaukwun.
m. (9) 1819, Mangala Mahay, Magwe Myosa Mibura (b. 1796), raised to the titles of Mangalavati 1819, and Mangala Mahay 1823, daughter of the Lemaing Wun.
m. (10) Kolouptau Shin Shwe Ngoung (d. before 1819), daughter of the Pakhan Wungyi.
m. (11) Kolouptau Shin Mhou, Khyinwu Yuwasa (d. before 1819), daughter of the Monotha Saregyi.
m. (12) the Gaunggwegyi Myosa Mibura.
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m. (13) the Hlaing Det Myosa Mibura.
m. (14) Kanaung Myosa Mibura.
m. (15) the Kawlin Myosa Mibura.
m. (16) the Kyauktalon Myosa Mibura.
m. (17) the Mau Myosa Mibura.
m. (18) the Meitthila Myosa Mibura (d. 17th May 1847).
m. (19) Mi Shwe Art, Mwayyin Myosa Mibura.
m. (20) the Myaungmya Myosa Mibura.
m. (21) the Myaydu Myosa Mibura.
m. (22) the Natmauk Myosa Mibura.
m. (23) Men Shwe Hnitt, Singyankin Myosa Mibura .
m. (24) the Taungpaing Myosa Mibura.
m. (25) the Taungzinmyothit Myosa Mibura.
He d. in detention, at Amarapura, 15th October 1846, having had issue, five sons and eight daughters: Copyright© Christopher Buyers
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