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  • (11) H.M. King Thibaw Min (1859 - 1916)
    1878 - 1885 H.M. Athet-u-san-paing-than-ashin Hpondawgyi Hla-thaw Hpaya Shwe Nanshin Hpaya Hsinbyushin Sri Pawara Aditya Lanka Vijaya Nandaratta Tilaka Adipati Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja [Thiri Pa...
  • (10) H.M. King Mindon Min (1808 - 1878)
    1853 - 1878 H.M. Athet-u-san-paing-than-ashin Sri Pawara Vijaya Nandaratta Pandita Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Mindon Min Thaya Gyi, King of Burma. b. at Amarapura, 8th July 1808, as Maung Lwin, educ. Maha...
  • (9) H.M. King Pagan Min (1811 - 1880)
    1846 - 1853 H.M. Pyinsama Singhaya-nasin Sri Pawara Vijaya Nanda Jatha Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Pagan Min Thaya Gyi, King of Burma. b. at Amarapura, 21st June 1811, as Maung Biddhu Khyit, educ. privatel...
  • (8) H.M. King Tharrawaddy Min (1787 - 1846)
    1837 - 1846 H.M. Sri Pawara Adityaluka Adipati Vijaya Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Shwebo Myoti Min Thaya Gyi [Tharawaddy], King of Burma. b. at Amarapura, Mandalay, 14th March 1787, as Maung Kheng, educ. p...
  • (7) H.M. King Bagyidaw Min (1784 - 1846)
    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 178...

The Konbaung Dynasty (Burmese: ကုန္းေဘာင္ေခတ္, pronounced [kóuɴbàuɴ kʰɪʔ]) was the last dynasty that ruled Burma (Myanmar) from 1752 to 1885. The dynasty created the second largest empire in Burmese history, and continued the administrative reforms begun by the Toungoo dynasty, laying the foundations of modern state of Burma. The reforms proved insufficient to stem the advance of the British, who defeated the Burmese in all three Anglo-Burmese Wars over a six-decade span (1824–1885) and ended the millennium-old Burmese monarchy in 1885.