|OlbNarang I of Kanton|
| 1st King of Kanton
|The only known painting of OlbNarang I|
|Reign||c.1668 - c.1679|
|Spouses||Kudin of Daqu|
|House||House of OlbNarang|
|Born||Daqu, Daqu Lordship|
|Died||Jibaruha, Kanton Empire|
OlbNarang I of Kanton (c.1625 - c.1679), also known as OlbNarang the Blessed was an Australian Aboriginal monarch who led a number military campaigns throughout North-Australia in the mid-17th century, and founded the Kanton Empire, leading it as its first king.
Born in the growing city of Daqu around the year 1625, hailing from an influential trading family, he was the descendant of a Muslim Bugis father and a Traditional Aboriginal Mother. Following her death, he was quick to convert to (Sunni) Islam alongside many other North-Australian tribesmen around 1640, and immediately following, he was called forward by the Lord of Daqu to lead a small 500 man army westwards on a military campaign, where he would go onto prove himself as a capable military commander.
Around 1660, he took control of Daqu's military, and over the course of a year, took siege of the city, finally forcing its capitulation in 1661. Leading one of the most populace, economically powerful cities, OlbNarang led a number of military excersions to the Australian Mainland during the ensuring years, assimilating tribes and small settlements into the growing nation. This reached its climax in 1668 when he quickly sieged and took over the great city of Jibruha, the largest settlement of its day, and took the title of Manduattung, translated into Leader in a High Place. This event is seen as the beginning of the Kanton Empire, which he would lead until his death in the 1679; a reign of 11 years.