Sultanate of Siak Sri Indrapura

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Sultanate of Siak Sri Indrapura

 

1725–1946
Capital Buantan, Mempura, Senapelan Pekanbaru, Siak Sri Indrapura
Languages Malay
Religion Islam
Government Monarchy
Sultan
 -  1725-1746 Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmad Syah I
 -  1915-1949 Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Kasyim Abdul Jalif Syaifudin I (Syarif Kasyim II)
History
 -  Founded 1725
 -  Join to Republic of Indonesia 1946

The Sultanate of Siak Sri Indrapura, often called Sultanate of Siak (Indonesian: Kesultanan Siak Sri Inderapura), was a kingdom that was located at the Siak Regency, Riau from 1723 to 1946. It was founded by Raja Kecik from the Pagaruyung Kingdom (Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmad Syah I), after he failed to seize the throne of the Sultanate of Johor.

After Indonesia's Independence was proclaimed on 17 August 1945, the last sultan of Siak (Sultan Syarif Kasim II) declared his kingdom to have joined the Republic of Indonesia.

List of Sultans of Siak[edit]

  1. Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmad Syah I (1725–1746)
  2. Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmad Syah II (1746–1765)
  3. Sultan Abdul Jalil Jalaluddin Syah (1765–1766)
  4. Sultan Abdul Jalil Alamuddin Syah (1766–1780)
  5. Sultan Muhammad Ali Abdul Jalil Muazzam Syah (1780–1782)
  6. Sultan Yahya Abdul Jalil Muzaffar Syah (17821784)
  7. Sultan Assaidis Asyarif Ali Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin Baalawi (1784–1810)
  8. Sultan Asyaidis Syarif Ibrahim Abdul Jalil Khaliluddin (1810–1815)
  9. Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Ismail Abdul Jalil Jalaluddin (1815–1854)
  10. Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Kasyim Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin I (Syarif Kasyim I, 1864–1889)
  11. Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Hasyim Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin (1889–1908)
  12. Sultan Assyaidis Syarif Kasyim Abdul Jalif Syaifudin I (Syarif Kasim II), (1915–1949)

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