Tumanay Khan

Tumanay Khan (1080-1130), born Tumbinai Setsen, was the 7th Khan of the Mongol Borjigin Tribe. He was the son of Baishinkhor Dogshin and father of Khabul Khan and Khadjuli. He was the direct ancestor of Amir Timur, the founder of the Timurid Empire through one of his Khadjuli Barlus. He was the ancestor of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire, through another son Khabul Khan.[1]

Tumanay Khan
Khan
7th Khan of Mongol Borjigin Tribe
Reign?  – 1130
PredecessorBaishinkhor Dogshin
SuccessorKhabul Khan
BornTumbinai setsen
c. 1080
From Borjigin Clan Today (Mongolia)
Diedc. 1130
Today (Mongolia)
IssueKhabul Khan
Khadjuli Barlus
Full name
Tumbinai Setsen Borjigin
Regnal name
Tumanay Khan
HouseBorjigin Tribe
FatherBaishinkhor Dogshin
ReligionTengri

ReferencesEdit

  1. Michal Biran (December 1, 2012). Chinggis Khan. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 9781780742045. Retrieved January 8, 2021.