List of the Kings of Lanna: Wikis

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The three kings monument in Chiang Mai. King Mangrai of Lanna (center), King Ngam Muang of Phayao (left) and King Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai (right).

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Kings of Ngoen Yang

  • Lawachangkarat or Lavachankaraja or Lao Chong
  • Lao Kao Kaeo Ma Mueang
  • Lao Sao
  • Lao Tang or Lao Phang
  • Lao Klom or Lao Luang
  • Lao Leo
  • Lao Kap
  • Lao Khim or Lao Kin
  • Lao Khiang (The royal court moved to Ngeon Yang)
  • Lao Khiu
  • Lao Thoeng or Lao Ting
  • Lao Tueng or Lao Toeng
  • Lao Khon
  • Lao Som
  • Lao Kuak or Lao Phuak
  • Lao Kiu or Lao Kwin
  • Lao Chong
  • Chom Pha Rueang
  • Lao Choeng or Lao Chueang or Khun Chueang
  • Lao Ngoen Rueang
  • Lao Sin or Lao Chuen
  • Lao Ming
  • Lao Mueang or Lao Moeng
  • Lao Meng
  • Mangrai the Great, 1261-1311 (The first king of Mangrai dynasty in Chiang Mai)

Lanna Kingdom : Mangrai Dynasty 1296-1558

  • Mangrai the Great, 1261-1311
  • Chaiyasongkhram or Jayasangrama, 1311-1325
  • Saenphu, 1325-1334
  • Khamfu, 1334-1336
  • Phayu, 1336-1355
  • Kuena, 1355-1385
  • Saenmueangma, 1385-1401
  • Samfangkaen, 1402-1441
  • Tilokkarat or Tilokaraja, 1441-1487
  • Yotchiangrai, 1487-1495
  • Kaeo or Mueangkaeo, 1495-1525
  • Ket or Muangketklao, 1525-1538 (1st reign)
  • Saikham, 1538-1543
  • Ket or Mueangketklao, 1543-1545 (2nd reign)
  • Chiraprapha or Jiraprabha, 1545-1546 (queen's reign)
  • Chaiyachettha or Jayajestha, 1546-1547
  • interregnum, 1547-1551
  • Mekuti, 1551-1564 (Burmese conquest and control of Lanna 1558)
  • Wisutthathewi or Visuddhadevi, 1564-1578 (queen's reign)

Lanna Kingdom : Burmese rule 1578-1774

  • Sawathi Noratra Mangsosi, 1578-1607 (Burmese ruled Lanna directly)
  • Phra Choi, 1607-1608 (1st time)
  • Phra Chaiyathip, 1608-1613
  • Phra Choi, 1613-1615 (2nd time)
  • Duke Sisongmueang of Nan, 1615-1631
  • Phraya Luangthipphanet, 1631-1655
  • Phra Saenmueang, 1655-1659
  • Duke of Phrae, 1659-1672
  • Viceroy Uengsae of Ava, 1672-1675
  • Cheputarai, 1675-1707
  • Mang Raenara, 1707-1727
  • Thepsing or Debasingha, 1727 (independent ruler)
  • Ong Kham, 1727-1759
  • Ong Chan, 1759-1761
  • Chao Khihut, 1761-1763
  • Po Aphaikhamini, 1763-1768
  • Po Mayu'nguan, 1768-1774

Lanna states under Siamese tributary 1774-1899

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Kings of Chiang Mai

  • Phraya Chaban (Bunma) 1774-1782

House of Chaochetton or Thipchang

Kings of Chiangmai 1782-1939
  • Kawila, 1782-1813 (Ex-Duke of Lampang)
  • Thammalangka or Dharmalanka, 1813-1822
  • Khamfan, 1823-1825 (Ex-Duke of Lamphun)
  • Phutthawong or Buddhavansa, 1826-1846
  • Mahotaraprathet, 1847-1854
  • Kawirolot Suriyawong, 1856-1870
  • Inthawichayanon, 1873-1896
  • Inthawarorot Suriyawong, 1901-1909 (Thai annexed Lanna)
  • Kaeo Navarat, 1911-1939 (title dissolved)
Kings of Lampang 1732-1925
  • Thipchang, 1732-1759 (Burmese Era)
  • Chaikaeo, 1759-1774 (Burmese Era)
  • Kawila, 1774-1782 (The first ruler under Siamese, became Duke of Chiang Mai in 1782)
  • Khamsom, 1782-1794
  • Duangthip, 1794-1825
  • Chaiwong or Jayavansa, 1825-1838
  • Khattiya, 1838
  • Noi In, 1838-1848 (Ex-Duke of Lamphun)
  • Worayannarangsi or Varayanaransi, 1848-1873
  • Phrommaphiwong or Brahmabhivansa, 1873-1887
  • Suriya Changwang or Surya Changwang, 1887
  • Noranan Chaichawalit or Narananda Jayajavalit, 1887-1897
  • Bunyawat Wongmanit or Bunyavadya Vansamanit, 1897-1922 (Thai annexed Lanna)
  • Chao Ratchabut (Noi Mueangphruan), 1922-1925 (title dissolved)
Kings of Lamphun 1805-1943
  • Khamfan, 1805-1815 (Duke of Chiang Mai in 1823)
  • Bunmamueang, 1815-1827
  • Noi In, 1827-1837 (Duke of Lampang in 1838)
  • Khamtan, 1838-1841
  • Thammalangka or Dharmalanka, 1841-1843
  • Chailangkaphisan Sophakkhun, 1848-1871
  • Daradirekratphairot, 1871-1888
  • Hemphinphaichit, 1888-1895
  • Inthayongyotchot, 1895-1911 (Thai annexed Lanna)
  • Chakkham Khachonsak, 1911-1943 (title dissolved)

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