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Emperor of the Tibetan Empire
Monarchy
Imperial
Emblem of Tibet
Emblem of Tibet
Singe Gampo
Incumbent:
Singe Gampo
since 1987

Style: His/Her Imperial Majesty

His/Her Holiness

Heir apparent: Prince Jetsan
First monarch: Songtsen Gampo
Formation: 618
Residence: Potala Palace
Titles: His Holiness the Emperor of Tibet

King of Lhasa

Reigning house: Yarlung Dynasty

This is a list of emperors of the Tibetan Empire. To date there have been 2 reigning empresses, Khri ma Lod and Yangchen. The law allows women to ascend the throne of Tibet, but gives men an advantage.

Line of Succession

Main article: Line of succession to the Tibetan throne

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

List of Emperors

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 Drongnyen 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

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