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Bayinnaung

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The Kingdom of Myanmar Empire

 

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Bayinnaung

 

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Bayinnaung First Meet

 

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Bayinnaung (Original Mix)

 

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Myanmar DAY-2 | Bayinnaung Palace @ Bago

Bayinnaung Kyawhtin Nawrahta was king of the Toungoo Dynasty of Burma (Myanmar) from 1550 to 1581. During his 31-year reign, which has been called the "greatest explosion of human energy ever seen in Burma", Bayinnaung assembled what was probably the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia, which included much of modern-day Burma, the Chinese Shan states, Lan Na, Lan Xang, Manipur and Siam.
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  • Personal 

  • Ancestry 

  • Childhood and education 

  • Rise to power 

  • Military leadership 

  • Administrative duties 

  • Interregnum 

  • Toungoo (1550–1551) 

  • Prome (1551) 

  • Pagan (1551) 

  • Lower Burma (1552) 

  • Coronation 

  • Upper Burma (1554–1555) 

  • Cis-Salween Shan states (1557) 

  • Lan Na (1558) 

  • Manipur (1560) 

  • Trans-Salween Chinese Shan states (1562–1563) 

  • Siam (1563–1564) 

  • Lan Na and Lan Xang (1564–1565) 

  • Interlude (1565–1567) 

  • Lan Xang and Siam (1568–1569) 

  • Lan Xang (1572–1573) 

  • Lan Xang and northern Shan states (1574–1577) 

  • Ceylon 

  • Lan Na and Lan Xang (1579) 

  • Arakan (1580–1581) 

  • Emperor without an empire 

  • Legal and commercial standardizations 

  • Religious affairs 

  • Economy 

  • Death and succession 

  • Family 

  • Legacy 

  • Commemorations 

  • In popular culture