Narawara (Burmese: နရာဝရ, pronounced [nəɹàwəɹa̰]; 1650–1673) was king of Toungoo dynasty of Burma (Myanmar), who ruled for about 11 months: 278 between 1672 and 1673. Narawara ascended to the Burmese throne after his father Pye died in 1672. But Narawara died young and was succeeded by his brother Minyekyawdin.
|King of Burma|
|Reign||14 April 1672 – 27 February 1673|
|Coronation||1 May 1672 |
5th waxing of Kason 1034 ME
|Chief Minister||Sithu Nawrahta|
|Born||July 1650 |
Tuesday, Waso 1012 ME[note 1]
|Died||27 February 1673 (aged 22) |
12th waxing of Tabaung 1034 ME
|Burial||28 February 1673|
|Mother||Khin Ma Latt|
Narawara was the only son and middle child of the three children of King Pye and his chief queen Khin Ma Latt. He was born in 1650. He became the heir apparent on 1 June 1664 (Sunday, 8th waxing of Nayon 1026 ME).
- (Zata 1960: 48): Tuesday in Waso 1012 ME = 5, 12, 19, 26 July 1650
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