BURMA

The Konbaung Dynasty

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1776 - 1782 H.M. Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Singusa Min, King of Burma. b. at the Royal Palace, Ava, 10th May 1756, eldest son of H.M. Sri Suriyadharma Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhipati Mang Ra Hsinbyushin, King of Burma, by his first wife, H.M. Queen (Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi) Sri Atulya Maha Ratna Padma Devi, educ. privately. Granted the title of Prince of Singusa (Negara Singusa Min or Min Yahla) before his accession. Installed as Heir Apprent with the title of Sri Pawara Maha Suriya Dharmaraja Maha Uparaja Anaudrapa Ainshe Min. Succeeded on the death of his father, 10th June 1776. Ascended the Peacock throne at Ava, 23rd December 1776 and assumed the reign name of Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja. Deposed 6th February 1782.
m. (1) H.M. Queen (Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi) Maha Ratna Chandra Devi, Shin Min (b. 1758; k. at Ava, 14th February 1782), daughter of the Granary Atwinwun and granddaughter of Neimyo Thiha Patei, who had issue, one daughter.
m. (2) (div. May 1777), H.M. Queen (Myauk-nandaw Mibura I) Sri Maha Mangala Devi (k. drowned (s.p.) on the orders of her former husband, at Ava, 1778), née Ma Min Aung, and previously styled Shin Min Bhaun, daughter of General U Tha Gyi, Maha Sriha Suriya, by his wife Me Talaing, the granddaughter of Min Sri Yandaza. Copyright© Christopher Buyers Copyright© Christopher Buyers
m. (3) his half-sister H.M. Queen (Ale-nandaw Mibura II) Sri Maha Nanda Devi, previously H.R.H. Princess Shin Min Tha (k. with her husband, at Ava, 14th February 1782).
m. (4) his half-sister, H.M. Queen (Anauk-nandaw Mibura) Sri Chandra Ratna Devi, previously H.R.H. Princess Shin Min Byew (k. with her husband, at Ava, 14th February 1782).
m. (5)  (div. 1781) H.R.H. Princess Min Myat Hnan, Sri Prabha Devi (m. second, 1781, H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nandayasatri Bhuwanaditya Adipati Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Amarapura Myoti Min Thaya Gyi Bodawpaya Hsinbyumyashin [Badon], King of Burma), daughter of H.M. Sri Suriyadharma Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhipati Mang Ra Hsinbyushin, King of Burma.
m. (6) Myat Shwa Devi, daughter of the Phaim Wun.
m. (7) Sri Devi, Taungdwin Myosa (m. second, ca. 1782, H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nandayasatri Bhuwanaditya Adipati Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Amarapura Myoti Min Thaya Gyi Bodawpaya Hsinbyumyashin [Badon], King of Burma), daughter of the Ayudhya Wun.
m. (8) Padma Mahay Thee, Myedu Myosa, daughter of the Letheen Wun.
m. (9) Wunnavati, daughter of the Anaukwinmhu.
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m. (11) 1778, H.M. Queen (Ale-nandaw Mibura I), later prom. to H.M. Queen (Myauk-nandaw Mibura II) Sri Maha Naya Devi in 1778, previously Shin Min Hla Shinbyushin, widow of his father, and daughter of Nga Kyang, a palace attendant, by whom he had issue, one daughter.
m. (12) 1781, H.R.H. Princess Min Mee, Sri Prabha Devi, Princess of Meenkeen (Meenkeen Myosa) (b. at the Royal Palace, Ava, 1758; m. second, at Amarapura, 1782, H.R.H. Prince Maung Shwe Poung, Maha Suriya Sri Maha Dharmaraja, Viceroy of Taungngu, and d. at the Royal Palace, Amarapura, 1804), daughter of H.M. Sri Suriyadharma Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhipati Mang Ra Hsinbyushin, King of Burma, by his wife, H.R.H. Princess Sethuvati, Men Shwe Bween, daughter of H.M. King Maha Dharmaraja Adipati Hansawaddy Yauk Min Thaya Gyi, King of Ava.
m. (13) …
He was k. at Ava, together with his queens, lesser wives and children, 14th February 1782, having had issue, six sons and six daughters, including:
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1782 H.M. Phaungasa Min Thaya Gyi, King of Burma. b. 12th September 1763, as Maung Maung, eldest son of H.M. Sri Pawara Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhiraja Sagaing Myothi Min Thaya Gyi, King of Burma, by his principal wife, H.M. Queen (Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi) Maha Mangala Ratna Adipati Sri Raja Chandra Devi, educ. privately. Styled Prince of Phaungasa (Phaungasa Min) before his accession. Entered the palace and seized the throne 5th February 1782 but was deposed 11th February 1782. m. (1) H.M. Queen (Nammadaw Mibura Hkaung Gyi) Shin Paikthoung (k. with her husband, 11th February 1782), daughter of the Atwinwun. m. (2) his half-sister, H.R.H. Princess Min Phwar, Sri Nanda Devi, Princess of Khyaung Sungyi (Khyaung Sungyi Yawasa) (m. second, King Badon, who raised her to the title of Sri Nanda Devi and granted her Khyaung Sungyi Yuwa; d. at Amarapura, October 1841), daughter of H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nanda Jatha Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhiraja Sagaing Myo Ti Min, King of Burma, by his second wife, H.M. Queen (Ale-nandaw Mibura), née H.R.H. Princess Min Shwe Gya, daughter of H.M. King Maha Dharmaraja Adipati Hansawaddy Yauk Min Thaya Gyi, the last King of Ava. m. (3) Shin Pyo U. m. (4) Shin …He was k. (drowned) at Ava, 11th February 1782 (s.p.).
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