THE MALDIVE ISLANDS

The Dhiyamigili Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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Sri Muhammad Tohali Thakuru, Kurali Kalege, of Dhiyamigili, Kolumadulu Atoll. He had issue, a son:
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1704 - 1721 H.H. Sultan al-Mu'azzam Muzaffar Muhammad 'Imad ud-din II al-Afham Zarb Mahal Sri Kula Sundara Siyaka Sasthura Maha Radun [Dhiyamigili Bodu Bandaraain], Sultan of Land and Sea, Lord of the twelve-thousand islands and Sultan of the Maldives. b. at Dhiyamigili, Kolumadulu Atoll, 1661, son of Ibrahim Dorimena Thakurufa'anu, by his wife, Amina Dio, educ. privately. Styled Al-Amir Muhammad Kalaminja Fa'amuladeri Kilegefa'anu, before his accession. Deposed the Regent, Princess Fatima, and ascended the throne, 20th December 1704. m. (first) (div. before 1704) remarried, at Malé, 1706, Amina Kabafa'anu (b. 1690; d. at Malé, before 15th February 1744, bur. Kan'ba Ziya'araiy), granted the title of Kabadi Kilege after her second marriage in 1706, daughter of Vizier Ali Dorimena Thakuru'fa'anu, of Goidhoo, by his wife, Maryam Kabafa'anu, daughter of Fenfuri Kuraha'a Hassan Velana Khatib. m. (second) H.H. Saska Furada'ana Aitiri Dadolona Siddatura Buwana Isfala Amina Dio (d. at Malé, 10th November 1717, bur. there, near the Friday Mosque). m. (fourth) at Malé, 1717 'Aisha Kamana'a, daughter of a soldier named Kuda Haji. He d. at the Dhiyamigili Palace, Malé, 22nd October 1721, having had issue:
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1721 - 1750 H.H. Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar II Zarb Mahal Sri Rannava Loaka Maha Radun [Ibrahim Rasgefa'anu], Sultan of Land and Sea, Lord of the twelve-thousand islands and Sultan of the Maldives. b. at the Kabafa'anu Palace, Malé, 11th September 1708, second son of H.H. Sultan al-Mu'azzam Muzaffar Muhammad 'Imad ud-din II al-Afham Zarb Mahal Sri Kula Sundara Siyaka Sasthura Maha Radun, Sultan of the Maldives, by his first wife, Amina Kabadi Kilege, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Presumptive by his father, 1715. Proclaimed on the death of his father 23rd October 1721. m. (first) at Malé, 1724, H.H. 'Aisha Kabafa'anu (d. at the Kabafa'anu Palace, Malé, 21st January 1737, eldest daughter of Vizier Hassan Bodu Hakura'a Thakurafa'anu of Thakandu, Tiladummati Atoll, by his wife, Sayyida Fatima Ma'ava Kilege, daughter of Fasmandhu Vizier Hassan, Hakura'a Thakurufa'anu. m. (second) at Malé, before 18th August 1727, 'Aisha II, daughter of 'Ali Khatib Thakuru'fa'anu, son of the Devadhoo Sultan's sister. m. (third) after October 1727 (div. before 1st august 1730), Hawa Manikufa'anu, daughter of Vizier Haji Ismail Dorimena Thakurafa'anu, of Fenfuri. m. (fourth) 1730, 'Aisha III, a former slave of his first wife, and daughter of 'Ali of Numara, Tiladummati Atoll. m. (fifth) 1737, Hawa, daughter of a Vizier. He d. at Malé, 24th February 1750 (bur. there, Ibrahim Rasgefa'anu Ziya'araiy), having had issue:
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1750 -1757 H.H. Sultan al-Mukarram Muhammad 'Imad ud-din III Zarb Mahal Svasti Sri Mata Maha Sri Fura Situra Audana Sri Kula Ranmiba Lokyaridhi Virasingha Navarana Kirti Audana Kathiri Buwana Maha Radun [Koru Bandara] ibni al-Marhum Sultan al-Mu'azzam Muzaffar Muhammad 'Imad ud-din, Sultan of Land and Sea, Lord of the twelve-thousand islands and Sultan of the Maldives. b. at the Kabafa'anu Palace, Malé, 14th January 1717, educ. privately. Proclaimed on the death of his brother, 26th February 1750. Abducted by the 'Ali Raja of Cannanore after the Malabaris had conquered Malé and destroyed the Royal palace, 18th December 1752. Imprisoned on Kavaratti, in the Laccadives, until transferred to Minicoy in April 1757. Blinded and presented to Hyder 'Ali at Nagar. m. (first) Amina Manikfan (d. at Malé, May 1736), second daughter of Vizier Hassan Bodu Hakura'a Thakurafa'anu of Thakandu, Tiladummati Atoll. m. (second) at Malé, May 1736, Maryam Manikufa'anu, third daughter of Vizier Hassan Bodu Hakura'a Thakurafa'anu of Thakandu, Tiladummati Atoll, by his wife, Mava'a Kilegefa'anu, daughter of Fasmandhu Vizier Hassan Hakura'a Thakurufa'anu. He d. in captivity, at Minicoy, Lacadive Islands, 25th June 1757, having had issue:
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