Suksaha (Chinese: 蘇克薩哈; pinyin: Sūkèsàhā) was a one of the Four Regents during the early reign of the Chinese Kangxi Emperor in the qing dynasty.

Like his father Suna, he was from the Nara clan, but the family fought under the White Banner of the Manchu Eight Banners instead. During the Manchurian conquest of China, he was rewarded for his military successes and was made a Grand Councillor (議政大臣). During that time, Suksaha was loyal to the Prince Regent Dorgon.

After the death of Emperor Shunzhi, Suksaha was made one of the four regents supporting the new young Emperor Kangxi. He opposed Oboi, another regent, who wanted to increase his own power over the Emperor. In the end, Oboi and his ally Banbursan produced a list of 24 crimes allegedly committed by Suksaha and ordered for him to be put to death.

Last update 30-05-2012

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