Minangkabau, Sultan Haji Taufik Thaib

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Minangkabau, Sultan Haji Taufik Thaib

He is the 19th Emperor of the Minangkabau area. This area is ruled by many traditional rulers.Minangkabauw, Sultan Haji Taufik Thaib
The paramount rulers are 3 of the religion, tradition and the worldly life. This Emperor is the last one and also the main ruler.
The Empire really ceased to exist as existing monarchy in 1833, although some branches were allowed to rule in litle areas nearby.
A branch of the dynasty is also the rulers of Negri Sembilan in malaysia.
A rather important person in the rea tries to explain his opinion about the rights his claim on the Emperor’s dignity as well.
Sutan Taufik Thaib is until now actually the most traditionally recognized monarch here. The succesion goes from male monarch to son of his sister.
Hopefully the recently burned palace will be built up.

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Minangkabau

…. Minangkabau realm founded in legendary antiquity.
c.1680 State splits up into Minangkabau, Sungai Tarap (no
records available), Suroasso, Pagar Ujong, and Awak Sungai.

(1) Minangkabau

1849 State extinguished by Netherlands colonial government.

Ruler (title Daulat Yang Dipertuan Raja Alam)
…. – 1849 Raja Cang Alam Muning Syah

(2) Suroasso

1821 State extinguished by Netherlands colonial government.

Ruler (title Daulat Yang Dipertuan Raja Alam)
…. – 1821 Sultan Kerayahan Alam

(3) Pagar Ujong

1834 State extinguished by Netherlands colonial government.

Rulers (title Daulat Yang Dipertuan Raja Alam)
…. – 1821 Sultan Alam Bagager
1821 – 1834 Raja Yahsir Alam

(4) Awak Sungai

1816 State extinguished by Netherlands colonial government.

Sultan
1789 – 1816 Khalifatullah Inayat Syah

Pinangawan successor states

1630 Pinangawan state split into Bila, Sungai Taras, and Tasik.

(1) Bila

[Bila flag]

Rajas
1785 – 1800 Sultan Rakhmat Syah
1800 – 1835 Sultan Bidar Alam II
1835 – 1865 Sultan Bidar Alam III
1865 – 1903 Sultan Bidar Alam IV
1903 – …. Sultan Bidar Alam V

(2) Sungai Taras (Kampong Raja)

Rajas
1775 – 1810 Marhum Asal (posthumous name)
1810 – 1835 Marhum Mangkat di-Rantau Baru
(posthumous name)
1835 – 1871 Sultan Muda I
1871 – …. Sultan Muda II

(3) Tasik (Kota Pinang)

Rajas
1795 – 1815 Sultan Bongsa II
1815 – 1871 Sultan Mustafa
1871 – 1905 Yang Dipertuan Sati
1905 – …. Sulung Mustafa Yang Dupertuan Mamur
Perkasa Alam Syah

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