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  • H.M. King Alaung Min Thaya Gyi (1714 - 1760)
    1752 - 1760 H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nanda Jatha Maha Dharma Rajadhiraja Alaung Min Thaya Gyi, King of Burma. b. as U Aung Jaya, in Shwebo Dist., August 1714. Sometime Mutshobo Myothugyi. Granted the tit...
  • H.M. King Naungdaw Min Thaya Gyi (1734 - 1763)
    1760 - 1763 H.M. Sri Pawara Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhiraja Sagaing Myothi Min Thaya Gyi [Naungdaw Min Thaya Gyi], King of Burma. b. 1734 (1096 Wagaung Lasan, 13th Tuesday), as Maung Hlauk, eldest son of H...
  • H.M. King Hsinbyushin Min (1736 - 1776)
    1763 - 1776 H.M. Sri Suriyadharma Maha Dharmaraja Rajadhipati Mang Ra Hsinbyushin, King of Burma. b. 12th September 1736, as Maung Gu Yuwa, second son of H.M. Sri Pawara Vijaya Nanda Jatha Maha Dharma ...
  • H.M. King Singusa Min (1756 - 1782)
    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, Kin...
  • (5) H.M. King Phaungasa Min (1763 - 1782)
    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 p...

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.