Atula Sanda Dewi of Pinya

Atula Sanda Dewi (Burmese: အတုလ စန္ဒာဒေဝီ, pronounced [ʔətṵla̰ sàɴdà dèwì]; Pali: Atulacandādevī) was the chief queen consort of King Kyawswa I of Pinya.[1] The queen, whose personal name was "Nan Lon Me" (နန်းလုံးမယ်), was a granddaughter of King Kyawswa of Pagan. She was the mother of the last three kings of Pinya: Uzana II, Kyawswa II and Narathu.

Atula Sanda Dewi
အတုလ စန္ဒာဒေဝီ
Chief queen consort of Pinya
Tenure29 March 1344 – 12 December 1350
PredecessorSaw Htut
SuccessorSaw Omma
Bornc. 1312
Pagan (Bagan)
Diedin or after 1357/58[note 1]
Pinya?
SpouseKyawswa I of Pinya
IssueUzana II[1]
Kyawswa II
Narathu
Princess of Nyaungyan
Princess of Myinsaing
Shwe Einthe of Paukmyaing (daughter)
HousePinya
FatherSaw Hnit
ReligionTheravada Buddhism

NotesEdit

  1. ^ (Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 385): She was still alive in 719 ME (29 March 1357 to 28 March 1358) when she donated a cave temple.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 380

BibliographyEdit

  • Royal Historical Commission of Burma (1832). Hmannan Yazawin (in Burmese). Vol. 1–3 (2003 ed.). Yangon: Ministry of Information, Myanmar.
Atula Sanda Dewi of Pinya
Born: c. 1312 Died: in or after 1357/58
Royal titles
Preceded by Chief queen consort of Pinya
29 March 1344 – 12 December 1350
Succeeded by