[vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section title=”Overview” tab_id=”1535456444607-62940618-0ec9″][vc_column_text]The first Kabaka to be buried at Kasubi was Muteesa I, the 35th King of Buganda. The dates of the reigns of the Kabakas are only precisely known from Ssekabaka Suuna II, who ruled from 1836 to 1856.
The Baganda belong to the Bantu speaking people and date their political civilization back to the 13th century A.D. According to oral traditions, the first Kabaka of Buganda was Kintu. He is said to have come with his wife Nambi, whose hand he won by performing heroic deeds at the command of her father Ggulu, the god of the sky.
Situated on a hill within Kampala, the Kasubi Tombs site is an active religious place in the Buganda kingdom. Its place, as the burial ground for the previous four Kabakas, makes it a very important religious centre for the royal family, a place where the Kabaka and his representatives frequently carry out important rituals related to Ganda culture.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”location” tab_id=”1535456444743-bf6019da-0138″][vc_gmaps link=”#E-8_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”][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Gallery” tab_id=”1535457806079-1b05473e-68b2″][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” images=”3570,3571,3572″ img_size=”300 x 200″][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]