Bir Chandra Manikya
|H.R.H. Maharaja Bir Chandra Manikya Debbarman Bahadur|
|King of Tripura|
|Predecessor||Ishan Chandra Manikya|
|Successor||Radha Kishore Manikya|
|Kingdom of Tripura|
|Part of History of Tripura|
|Kings of Tripura|
|Dharma Manikya II||1714-1733|
|Vijay Manikya II||1743-1760|
|Bir Bikram Kishore||1923–1947|
|Kirit Bikram Kishore||1947-1949|
|Kirit Pradyot Deb Barman||1978-till now|
|Tripura monarchy data|
|Manikya dynasty (Royal family)|
|Agartala (Capital of the kingdom)|
|Ujjayanta Palace (Royal residence)|
|Neermahal (Royal residence)|
|Rajmala (Royal chronicle)|
|Tripura Buranji (Chronicle)|
He established Umakanta Academy, the first western school in Tripura, in 1890. The King was an enthusiastic photographer. He was the first king of India to organize an annual photographic exhibition in his palace.
He was one of the main characters of the novel Prathom Alo/প্রথম আলো by Sunil Gangopadhyay.
- "AMC at a glance". Agartala Municipal Corporation. Archived from the original on 6 October 2009. Retrieved 8 June 2012.