Möngke Khan (January 10, 1209 – August 11, 1259 ), was the fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire from July 1, 1251 – August 11, 1259. He was the first Great Khan from the Toluid line, and made significant reforms to improve the administration of the Empire during his reign. Under Möngke, the Mongols conquered Iraq and Syria as well as the kingdom of Nanzhao. He was eldest son of Tolui and Sorghaghtani and grandson of Genghis Khan.
Güyük (or Kuyuk) (c. 1206–1248) was third Great Khan of Mongol Empire. As eldest son of Ögedei Khan & grandson of Genghis Khan, he reigned from 1246 to 1248. He married Oghul Qaimish of the Merkit clan. He participated in the invasion of Russia and Central Europe in 1236–1241 with other Mongol princes, including his cousin Batu and half-brother Kadan.
The niece of the great Mongol leader, Kubla Khan, Princess Khutulun was described by Marco Polo as the greatest warrior in Khan’s army. She told her uncle she would marry any man who could wrestle her and win. If they lost they had to give her 100 horses. She died unmarried with 10,000 horses. My kind of girl
Batu Khan (c. 1207–1255) was a Mongol ruler & founder of Ulus of Jochi (or Golden Horde), sub-khanate of Mongol Empire. Batu was a son of Jochi & grandson of Genghis Khan. His ulus was chief state of Kipchak Khanate, which ruled Rus, Volga Bulgaria, Cumania, & Caucasus for around 250 years, after also destroying armies of Poland & Hungary. After deaths of Genghis Khan's sons, he became the most respected prince called agha (elder brother) in Mongol Empire.