FamilySee also: Family tree of Genghis Khan
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Kublai first married Tegulen but she died very early. Then he married Chabi Khatun of the Khunggirat, who was his most beloved empress. After Chabi's death in 1281, Kublai married Chabi's young cousin, Nambui, in accordance with Chabi's wish.
Kublai and his wives' children included:
- Dorji was the director of the Secretariat and head of the Bureau of Military Affairs from 1263, but was sickly and died young.
- Zhenjin was the father of Temür Khan, Kublai's successor.
- Manggala was a viceroy in Shaanxi.
- Toghan led Mongol armies into Burma and Vietnam.
- Khutugh beki married the king Chungnyeol and became the Empress of the Goryeo.
- and a further son and two daughters; names unknown.
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