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|Princess Mother of Siam|
|Died||1837 (aged 66–67)|
|Spouse||Phutthaloetla Naphalai (Rama II)|
|Issue||Nangklao (Rama III)|
Prince Nu Dam
|Father||Lord Nonthaburi Si Maha Utthayan (Bunchan)|
|Religion||Buddhism (previously Islam)|
She was of Persian descent and her family was Muslim from the Southern part of the Kingdom. She married Prince Isarasundhorn as the second concubine and gave birth to Prince Thap (later Prince Chetsadabodin) in 1787.
In 1809, Prince Isarasundhorn was crowned as King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai. Chao Chom Manda Riam then moved to the Royal Grand Palace and presided over the royal kitchen. Prince Jessadabodindra was trusted by the king to handle various state affairs. In 1824, King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai died. According to the tradition, the throne would go to Prince Mongkut, the son of Queen Sri Suriyendra. However, the nobility instead enthroned Prince Jessadabodindra because he had served the king in Kromma Tha (Ministry of Trade and Foreign Affairs) for years and was proved to be competent to rule.
As her son was crowned, Noble consort Riam was raised to Princess Mother Sri Sulalai, thus a member of the royalty. Her son also constructed a mosque in her honor. She died in 1837.
|Ancestors of Sri Sulalai|