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Phaungkaza Maung Maung

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Reign  5–11 February 1782
Father  Naungdawgyi
House  Konbaung Dynasty
Burial  Ava
Parents  Naungdawgyi

Successor  Bodawpaya
Role  King
Predecessor  Singu
Name  Phaungkaza Maung
Grandparents  Alaungpaya, Yun San
Born  15 September 1763 Thursday, 9th waxing of Thadingyut 1125 ME Sagaing (1763-09-15)
Consort  Shin Paik Thaung four queens in total
Died  February 11, 1782, Inwa, Myanmar (Burma)
Great-grandparents  Min Nyo San, Saw Nyein Oo, Daw Nyet
Similar People  Bodawpaya, Alaungpaya, Maha Bandula, Aung San

Phaungkaza Maung Maung (Burmese: ဖောင်းကားစား မောင်မောင် [pʰàʊɴɡázá màʊɴ màʊɴ]; 15 September 1763 – 11 February 1782) was the fifth king of the Konbaung Dynasty of Burma, whose reign lasted a week. Maung Maung, the eldest son of Naungdawgyi, the second king of the Konbaung Dynasty, was granted Phaungga in fief. On 5 February 1782, the 18-year-old Prince of Phaungka seized the throne while his cousin King Singu, was away on tour. His uncle Prince of Badon (later King Bodawpaya) quickly came to palace and deposed him exactly a week later, 11 February 1782. Maung Maung and his chief queen were drowned to death on the same day. He had four queens and no children.

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