Sanda Thudhamma

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Sanda Thudhamma
King of Arakan
Predecessor Thado of Mrauk-U
Successor Thiri Thuriya
Died 1684
House Mrauk-U

Sanda Thudamma was the last king to rule over a powerful Mrauk U Kingdom. After his death in 1684 The kingdom continued for another 100 years with kings averaging reigns of four years. In Bengali, he is known as King Shrichondro Sudhormo. The famous Bengali poet Syed Alaol was the poet in his court. He translated Tohfa at the request of Shrichondro Sudhormo or Sanda Thudhamma.

He also known for his betrayal and raping the daughter of mughal prince Shah Shuja. He is regarded as a criminal and scornful character.

Solaiman was a minister of King Shrichondro Sudhormo.

Prince Magan Thakur was the foster-son of the sister of King Shrichondro Sudhormo.

Saiyad Muhammad Musa was the army chief of King Shrichondro Sudhormo.



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