Yazakumari of Pagan

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Yazakumari
ရာဇကုမ္မာရီ
Queen of the Western Palace
Tenure1112 – ?
Successor Saw Ahlwan
Bornc. 1090s
Spouse Sithu I
Issuenone
House Pagan
Religion Theravada Buddhism

Yazakumari (Burmese : ရာဇကုမ္မာရီ, pronounced  [jàza̰ kòʊɴmàɹì] ; Pali : Rājakumāri) was a queen consort of King Sithu I of the Pagan Dynasty of Myanmar (Burma). [1] She had no children. [1] Queen Ti Lawka Sanda Dewi was her elder sister. [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 287
  2. Yazawin Thit Vol. 1 2012: 120

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Yazakumari of Pagan
Royal titles
New title Queen of the Northern Palace
1112 – ?
Succeeded by
Saw Ahlwan