LUANG PRABANG

The Khun Lo Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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1706 - 1713  H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [King-Kitsarath], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao Luang Prabang, elder son of H.H. Prince Indra Brahma, Chao Raja Yudha, by his wife, Princess Chandra Kumari, educ. privately. He fled to his mother’s family in Muang Phong, in Sipsòng Panna in 1700. Returned to Luang Prabang at the head of an army in 1705 and expelled Sethathirat’s Viceroy. Took control of the northern provinces of the kingdom, established his capital at Luang Prabang and proclaimed as King. Crowned with the title of Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha, at Luang Prabang, 1706. Unable to gain control over the rest of the kingdom, he was forced to accept the intervention of the King of Siam, who negotiated the establishment of the two realms of Lan-Xang Vientiane and Lan-Xang Luang Prabang 1707. He d. at Luang Prabang, 1713, having had issue, one son and two daughters, by different wives, the daughters of Mandarins:
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1713 - 1723 H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Parama Khattiya Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Ong-Kham], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, son of Prince Indra Kumara, of Kenghung, by his Lao wife, Nang Gami [Kam]. Styled Prince (Brhat Chao Anga) Naksha [Ong Nok] Kumara Nawi [Khamane Nai], before his accession. Succeeded his cousin and father-in-law, and assumed the title of King 1713. Deposed by his cousin, who seized the capital while he was out hunting, 1723. Disgruntled by the desertion of his nobles, he left his wives and sons and entered at Wat Suan Dok, where he remained a monk for several years. He was invited to become ruler of Chiengmai, after Thep Sin had assassinated the local Burmese governor. The Burmese garrison was withdrawn soon after, he entered the city of Chieng Mai and was proclaimed as ruler of Lan Na, 1727. m. (first) Princess (Chao Fa Nying) Dhanasavuni [Taen Sao] (m. second, at Luang Prabang, 1725, H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao – see below), eldest daughter H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [King-Kitsarath], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao. m. (second) Princess (Chao Fa Nying) Dhanakama [Taen-Kham] (m. second, at Luang Prabang, 1725, H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao – see below), younger daughter of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [King-Kitsarath], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao. m. (third) Nang Devi Puspa [Thep Boupha] (m. second, at Luang Prabang, 1725, H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao – see below). m. (fourth) at Chiang Mai, 1727, ... He d. at Lan-Na, 1759, having had issue, seven sons and five daughters, including:
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1723 - 1749 H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, younger son of Prince Indra Brahma [Enta-Prohm], Chao Raja Yudha, by his wife, Princess Chandra Kumari [Chanta Khouman], educ. privately. He marched on Luang Prabang after learning of the death of King-Kitsarath in 1713, believing that he had a superior claim to his cousin. However, instead of going to war, the two cousins agreed to share power and he was invested as Viceroy with the title of Maha Upparaja. After ten years of joint rule, he tired of his subordinate position and seized power in 1723 by shutting the gates of captal city against Khattiya Varman, after he had gone out to hunt turtle doves. As a counterweight to the growing power of the Burmese, relations with China were opened with the dispatch of a tribute mission in 1723, followed by two others in 1734 and 1753. m. (first) at Luang Prabang, 1725, H.M. Queen (Mahadevi) Dhanasavuni [Taen Sao], by whom he had three sons and a daughter, former wife of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Parama Khattiya Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Ong-Kham], eldest daughter H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [King-Kitsarath], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao. m. (second) at Luang Prabang, 1725, H.M. Queen (Mahadevi) Dhanakama [Taen-Kham], by whom he had two sons and three daughter, former wife of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Parama Khattiya Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Ong-Kham], younger daughter of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Kinkidsaraja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [King-Kitsarath], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao. m. (third) at Luang Prabang, 1725, Nang Devi Puspa [Thep Boupha], former wife of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Brhat Parama Khattiya Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Ong-Kham], by whom he had two sons and one daughter. He d. 1749, having had issue, ten sons and six daughters (of whom nine sons and six daughters survived at his death):
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1749.  H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Indra Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Inthara Vongsa], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao. b. as Prince Indrabrahma [Intha-prom], son of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, educ. privately. Commander-in-Chief of the Army sent to defend the country against the Annamite invasion in 1749. Acclaimed by the people after returning victorious after destroying the invaders, he was proclaimed as king by the nobles and ministers, in preference to his older brothers. However, he only reigned for eight months before abdicating in favour of his elder brother. He d. 1776.
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1749 - 1768 H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Devabangsa Jathika Kumara Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Thieu-phong Sotika Koumane], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, eldest surviving son of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, by his wife, H.M. Queen (Mahadevi) Dhanasavuni. Succeeded on the abdication of his younger brother, 1749. Abdicated in favour of his younger brother, 1768. He d. 1771, having had issue, a son:
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1768 - 1791 H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Suriya Varman Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Suryavong II], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, ninth son of H.M. Samdach Brhat Chao Raja Indra Sena Parama Pavitra Sri Tatana Udana Chakrapatiraja Chao Anga Raja Sri Sadhana Kanayudha [Intha Son], King of Lan Xang Hom Khao, by his wife, Princess Dhanasavuni. Succeeded on the abdication his elder brother, 1768. Defeated by the Burmese after having attacked their ally, Vientiane, 1771. Luang Prabang becoming a Burmese vassal state. Through-off his allegiance to Burma in 1778 but was forced to accept Siamese sovereignty in 1779. Taken to Bangkok as a hostage by order of the Siamese King in May 1788. Detained there with the rest of the Royal Family until his own death. m. 1782, H.M. Queen (Mahadevi) Dhanakama [Taenkham], a princess of Muang-La. He d. in detention at Bangkok, 1791 [perhaps having had issue, two sons - Finestone]:
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1791 - 1792 Interregnum (Luang Prabang administered by Siamese appointed governors during the detention of the Royal Family at Bangkok 1788-1792).
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