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|Khai Bua Ban|
|King of Lan Xang|
|Reign||1433 - 1436|
|Born||Muang Sua, Lan Xang|
Sop Kham, Lan Xang
Khai Bua Ban was a king of Lan Xang, ruling from 1433 until 1436. At the time of his succession, he was governor of Chiengkai. Khai Bua Ban's reign ended after Nang Keo Phimpha ordered his death.[ citation needed ]
| King of Lan Xang |
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