VIJAYAPUR (Princely State)

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

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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...
SOURCES: Historical Entity of Vijayapur State by Dr. Raja Ram Subedi