Burmese Monarchs; Razadarit, Bagyidaw, Shin Sawbu, Tabinshwehti, Swasawke, Thibaw Min, Bayinnaung, Thadominbya, Bodawpaya, Wareru, Thihathu

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General Books, 2010 - 290 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 84. Chapters: Hsinbyushin, Anawrahta, Razadarit, Kyansittha, Bagyidaw, Minkhaung I, Swasawke, Shin Sawbu, Minyekyawswa, Tabinshwehti, Bayinnaung, Mohnyin Thado, Thibaw Min, Thadominbya, Mingyinyo, Narapati of Ava, Alaungsithu, Narapatisithu, Bodawpaya, Wareru, Thihathu, Minkhaung II, Thohanbwa, Thado Minsaw, Alaungpaya, Narathihapate, Binnya U, Thihathura of Ava, Hkonmaing, Thihathu of Ava, Mindon Min, Naungdawgyi, Yazathingyan, Nanda Bayin, Sawlu, Singu Min, Takayutpi, Binnya Ran I, Pagan Min, Kyawswa of Pagan, Athinhkaya, Sithu Kyawhtin, Minyekyawswa of Ava, Natshinnaung, Min Shin Saw, Anaukpetlun, Htilominlo, Sawyun, Uzana I of Pinya, Kale Kyetaungnyo, Tharrawaddy Min, Mahadhammaraza Dipadi, Kyaswa, Pyinbya, Saw Zein, Thado Minsaw of Prome, Binnya Dala, Thalun, Kyawswa I of Pinya, Binnya E Law, Dhammazedi, Kunhsaw Kyaunghpyu, Minbyauk Thihapate, Binnya Dhammaraza, Shwenankyawshin, Minkhaung of Prome, Sokkate, Tarabya of Ava, Narathu of Pinya, Sawlon, Binnya Waru, Minhlange, Pindale, Smim Htaw, Manuha, Uzana of Pagan, Taninganway, Nyaungyan Min, Narapati of Prome, Binnya Ran II, Minyedeippa, Smim Sawhtut, Hkun Law, Smim Htaw Buddhaketi, Mobye Narapati, Kyawswa II of Pinya, Kyiso, Tarabya I of Sagaing, Saw E, Phaungkaza Maung Maung, Thihathura II of Ava, Nyaung-u Sawrahan, Tannet of Pagan, Naratheinkha, Pye Min, Minyekyawdin, Theinhko, Sale Ngahkwe, Sanay, Leik Munhtaw, Bayin Htwe, Uzana II of Pinya, Narawara, Zein Pun, Tarabya II of Sagaing, Binnya Kyan, Shwetaungtet, Nawrahta Minye, Mingyi Swa of Prome, Kyaswa of Sagaing, Narapati of Mrauk-U. Excerpt: Hsinbyushin (Burmese: , IPA: Thai: 12 September 1736 - 10 June 1776) was king of the Konbaung dynasty of Burma (Myanmar) from 1763 to 1776. The second son of the dynasty founder Alaungpaya is best known for his wars with China and Siam, and is considered the most militaristic...

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