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List of Emperors of the Tibetan Empire

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The line of succession to the Tibetan throne is the list of all people that may once become Emperor of Tibet.


Line of succession

    HIM The Emperor Singe Gampo - (4) HIH The Empress Khri la-Sengda
        (1) HIH Crown Prince Jetsan (born
            (3) HIH Prince Zenji
        (2) HIH Princess Sangye


Eligibility


The right of succession is regulated by the Constitution, Article 85.

The succession is ordered by male-preference cognatic primogeniture.

An individual is in the line of succession if all of the following requirements are met:


    He or she is a legitimate descendant of legitimate line of The Emperor Songtsen Gampo of Tibet or married to one
    He or she has never converted to a religion other than Buddhism
    He or she is not scheduled to become monarch of another nation


The line of succession is described below:

    1.Crown prince

    2.Sons of the emperor

    3.Crown princess

    4.Daughters of the emperor

    5.Consort of the emperor/empress

    6.Brothers of the emperor

    7.Sisters of the emperor

    8.Grandchildren of the emperor

    9.Children of the siblings of the emperor

    10.Other relatives of the emperor


Emperor of the Tibetan Empire Number


Name of Emperor


Reign


1 Songtsen Gampo 618-649
2 Gunsrong Gungtsen 649-654
3 Mangsong Mangtsen 654-676
4 Khri ma lod 676-712
5 Me Agtsom 712-755
6 Trisong Detsen 755-804
7 Sadnalegs 804-815
8 Ralpacan 815-836
9 Langdarma 815-841



Interregnum from Langdarma's death to Yangchen's coronation: May 18,841 - September 24,842



10 Yangchen 842-882
11 Tenzin Gampo 882-942
12 Tsewang Gampo 942-974
13 Tagbu Gampo 974-984
14 Sengge Gampo 984-1059
15 ppDrongnyen Gampo)] 1059-1084
16 Nyatri Gampo 1084-1125
17 Esho Gampo 1125-1155
18 Senol Gampo 1055-1083
19 Dingtri Gampo 1083-1116
20 Siptri Gampo 1116-1129
21 Trongzhi LGampo 1129-1178
22 Muné Gampo 1178-1201
23 Sangye Gampo 1201-1241


Mongol Invasion and occupation: 1241-1262


/ Toregene Khatun 1241-1246
/ Guyuk Khan 1246-1262


Liberation of Tibet: 1260-1262


24 Siddhartha Gampo 1262-1283
25 Jamyang Gampo 1283-1326
26 Drakpa Gampo 1326-1359
27 Yeshe Gampo 1359-1394
28 Rinchen Gampo 1394-1427
29 Kunga Gampo 1427-1458
30 Sonam Gampo 1458-1508
31 Shankara Gampo 1508-1525
32 Khatsun Gampo 1525-1557
33 Lotro Gampo 1557-1580
34 Tsokye Gampo 1580-1624
35 Mipham Gampo 1624-1659
36 Gendun Gampo 1659-1680


Bhutani conquest and occupation of Lhasa and Central Tibet:1680-1720


/ Kechang la-Choden 1680-1720


Tibetan reconquest of Lhasa:1720


36 Gendun Gampo 1720-1722
37 Kinzang Gampo 1722-1773
38 Chokyi Gampo 1773-1805
39 Thubten Gampo 1805-1842
40 Lozang Gampo 1842-1869
41 Tegchen Gampo 1869-1912
42 Samphel Gampo 1912-1939
43 Ngagchang Gampo 1939-1978
44 Dragpa Gampo 1978-1987
45 Singe Gampo 1987-present

Source

http://althistory.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Emperors_of_the_Tibetan_Empire_%28Great_Empires%29