LOCATION: Nepal - Eastern AREA: xx sq.km. VILLAGES: xx POPULATION: xx RELIGION: Hindu
TITLE: Raja Hindupati DYNASTY/LINEAGE: Sena (from 1609) SEAT: xx ANNEXATION: 17th July 1774
PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE:
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Kha Kingdom was established by a Kotche Raja, and at its peak, Vijayapur extended up to the Himalayas in the north, the river Ganga in the south, Sapta Koshi, Barahakshetra in the west and Jalapaigudi and the river Tista in the east, where it was bordered by Sikkim and Bhutan. Vijayapur was annexed to Nepal on 17th July 1774, after which, both Raja Karna Singh and his Dewan, Buddi Karna, feld to Sikkim, then to Calcutta. Shortly afterwards, the widowed Rani and her young son also fled Vijayapur and settled near Nathpur. Rulers were...
- Raja SANGLA ING, 1st Raja of Vijaypur, he was a Kotche Raja, and is said to have migrated from Kooch Behar and made his capital at Baratappa, where he built a fort; married and had issue.
- Raja Pungla Ing (qv)
- Raja PUNGLA ING [Amara Roy], 2nd Raja of Vijaypur
- Raja KIRTI NARAYAN ROY, 3rd Raja of Vijaypur
- Raja APPA NARAYAN ROY, 4th Raja of Vijaypur
- Raja JORA NARAYAN ROY, 5th Raja of Vijaypur
- Raja INGDI NARAYAN ROY, 6th Raja of Vijaypur
- Raja VIJAYA NARAYAN ROY,
7th Raja of Vijaypur, he moved his capital to Vijaypur, after
repairing the old fort there.
- Raja LOHANGA SEN, 8th Raja of Vijaypur 1609/1661, youngest son of Raja Mukunda Sen I of Palpa, he defeated the Kotche Raja of Vijayapur (Raja Vijaya Narayan Roy), and established his capital at Makwanpur, married and had issue.
- Raja Hindupati Raghava Narendra Sen (qv)
- Rajkumar Bhagwant Sen
- Raja HARIHAR SEN, Raja of Vijaypur and Makwanpur 1661/1684
- Raja SUBHA SEN, Raja
of Makwanpur 1684/1706
- Raja Hindupati RAGHAVA NARENDRA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur fl.1630, he expanded his state to Gandhawara, and assumed the title of Hindupati (Lord of Hindus); married and had issue.
- Raja Hindupati Harihara Indra Sen (qv)
- Raja Hindupati HARIHARA INDRA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur, during his reign he was noted for his religious and administrative works around 1670-72 he partitioned the state into three parts Makwanpur, Chaudandi and Vijayapur, married 1stly, Rani Jagamata Devi, she had issue, one daughter, married 2ndly, Rani Mahisi Devi, she had issue, four sons, married 3rdly, Rani Maheswari Devi, she had issue, one son, and had issue, five sons and one daughter.
- Raja Hindupati Chhatrapati Indra Sen (by Rani Mahisi Devi)(qv)
- Rajkumar Padma Sen (by Rani Mahisi Devi)
- Rajkumar Pratap Sen (by Rani Mahisi Devi)
- Raja Shubha Sen (by Rani Maheswari Devi), 1st Raja of Makwanpur, forcibly converted to Islam by Shahzada Azam Jah of Delhi, married Rani Amaravati Devi, and had issue.
- Raja Manikya Sen, 2nd Raja of Makwanpur
- Raja Hindupati Mahipati Sen [Mandhatta Sen] (qv)
- Raja Hindupati CHHATRAPATI INDRA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur, married Rani Adanuka Devi, and had issue.
- Raja Hindupati Vidhata Indra Sen (qv)
- Rajkumar Buddha Sen, forcibly converted to Islam by Shahzada Azam Jah of Delhi.
- Raja Hindupati VIDHATA INDRA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur 1684/1706, forcibly converted to Islam by Shahzada Azam Jah of Delhi.
- Queen Padmidhata Induraj Rajeswari Sabitra Sen, Rani of Vijaypur 1706/1725
- Raja Hindupati MAHIPATI SEN [Mandhatta Sen], Raja of Vijaypur 1725/1761, established himself in Morang around 1696, married and had issue, 18 illegitimate sons. He died spl.
- Raja Hindupati Kamadatta Sen (qv)
- Raja Hindupati VISHWANTAR SEN, Raja of Vijaypur 1751/-, he married (amongst others), an aunt of Raja Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha, and had issue.
- Raja Hindupati Kamadatta Sen (qv)
- Raja Hindupati KAMADATTA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur 1761/1769, he also ruled Morang and effectively the rest of south west Limbuwan. He died in 1769.
- Raja Hindupati RAGHUNATH
INDRA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur 1769/1770, brother of
Raja Vishwantar Sen, he was assasinated by the exiled Prime
Minister of Raja Buddhi Karna, who then declared himself the
Raja of Morang; when the defeated Raja of Chaudandi (Karna
Singh), arrived in Vijayapur, the Dewan made him the new Raja
of Vijayapur. He was murdered by his dewan in 1770.
- Raja Hindupati KARNA SEN, Raja of Vijaypur 1770/1774, son of Raja Vikrama Sen of Chaudandi, he was defeated in Chaudani and fled to Vijayapur, where the Dewan made him the new Rajam after the predecessor had been murdered by the Dewan, married Rani (name unknown), died after 1810, and had issue, one son, as well as further issue, and an adoptive son. He died in 1774.
- Rajkumar (name unknown) Sen, born 1769, poisoned to death in 1774 on the orders of Raja Prithvi Narayan Shah.
- Rajkumar Ripudarman Sen, he was killed on or about 4th February 1782 on the orders of Raja Rana Bahadur Shah.
- (A) Rajkumar Dhwajabir Sen, son of Raja Mukunda Sen II of Palpa, he was adopted by the widowed Rani of Raja Karna Sen. He was killed on or about 4th February 1782 on the orders of Raja Rana Bahadur Shah.