List of Manipuri kings

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Kingdom of Manipur
Part of History of Manipur
Kings of Manipur
Charairongba1697-1709
Pamheiba1720–1751
Gaurisiam1752–1754
Chitsai1754–1756
Ching-Thang Khomba1769–1798
Rohinchandra1798–1801
Maduchandra Singh1801–1806
Chourjit Singh1806–1812
Marjit Singh1812–1819
Gambhir Singh1825–1834
Raja Nara Singh1844–1850
Debindro Singh1850
Chandrakirti Singh1850–1886
Raja Surchandra1886–1890
Kulachandra Singh1890–1891
Churachandra Singh1891–1941
Bodhchandra Singh1941–1949
Manipur monarchy data
Ningthouja dynasty (Royal family)
Pakhangba (Symbol of the kingdom)
Cheitharol Kumbaba (Royal chronicle)
Imphal (Capital of the kingdom)
Kangla Palace (Royal residence)

A total number of 84 kings from the Ningthouja dynasty ruled the Kingdom of Kangleipak presently Manipur state of Republic of India from 1445 BC[1] to 1955 CE.[2] Meanwhile, there's still the continuity of the royal throne till the present time.[3]

List of Meitei kings[edit]

Name Reign Title or description
Khaaba-Nganba Salai
Taang-jaa Leela Pakhangba 1445 - 1405 BC
Kangba 1405 - 1359 BC Invent of the game of polo (Sagol-Kangjei)
Maliya Fambalcha 1359 - 1329 BC Start of Mari-Fam (Meitei Calendar)
Kaksu Tonkonba 1329 -
Korou Nongdren Pakhangba - 934 BC
Samlungpha 44 - 34 BC
Chingkhong Poireiton 34 - 18 BC
Singtabung 18 - 8 BC
Paangminnaba 8 - 1 BC
Luwang Salai
Luwang Khunthiba 1-5 CE
Luwang Punshiba 5-33 CE
Ningthouja Salai
Nongda Lairen Pakhangba 33 - 154 CE
Khuiyoi Tompok (154-264 CE) 154 - 264 CE
Taothingmang (264-364 CE)
Khui Ningonba (364-379 CE)
Pengsiba (379-394 CE)
Kaokhangba (394-411 CE)
Naokhamba (411-428 CE)
Naophangba (428-518 CE)
Sameirang (518-568 CE)
Urakonthouba (568-658 CE)
Naothingkhon (663-763 CE)
Khongtekcha (763-773 CE)
Keirencha (784-799 CE)

Ningthouja Dynasty[edit]

  1. Yaraba (799-821 CE)
  2. Ayangba (821-910 CE)
  3. Ningthoucheng (910-949 CE)
  4. Chenglie-Ipan-Lanthaba (949-969 CE)
  5. Keiphaba Yanglon (969-984 CE)
  6. Irengba (984-1074 CE)
  7. Loiumba (1074-1112 CE)
  8. Loitongba (1112-1150 CE)
  9. Atom Yoiremba (1150-1163 CE)
  10. Iyanthaba (1163-1195 CE)
  11. Thayanthaba (1195-1231 CE)
  12. Chingthang Lanthaba (1231-1242 CE)
  13. Thingbai Shelhongba (1242-1247 CE)
  14. Puranthaba (1247-1263 CE)
  15. Khumomba (1263-1278 CE)
  16. Moiramba (1278-1302 CE)
  17. Thangbi Lanthaba (1302-1324 CE)
  18. Kongyamba (1324-1335 CE)
  19. Telheiba (1335-1355 CE)
  20. Tonaba (1355-1359 CE)
  21. Tabungba (1339-1394 CE)
  22. Lairenba (1394-1399 CE)
  23. Punsiba (1404-1432 CE)
  24. Ningthoukhomba (1432-1467 CE)
  25. Senbi Kiyamba (1467-1508 CE)
  26. Koiremba (1508-1512 CE)
  27. Lamkhyamba (1512-1523 CE)
  28. Nonginphaba (1523-1524 CE)
  29. Kabomba (1524-1542 CE)
  30. Tangjamba (1542-1545 CE)
  31. Chalamba (1545-1562 CE)
  32. Mugyamba (1562-1597 CE)
  33. Khagemba (1597-1652 CE)
  34. Khunjaoba (1652-1666 CE)
  35. Paikhomba (1666-1697 CE)
  36. Charairongba (1697-1709 CE)
  37. Garibniwaj (Pamheiba)(1709-1754 CE)
  38. Chit Sain (1754-1756 CE)
  39. Gaurisiam (1756-1763 CE)
  40. Chingthangkhomba (Bhagya Chandra) (1764-1798 CE)
  41. Rohinhandra (Harshachandra Singh) (1798-1801 CE)
  42. Madhuchandra (1801-1806 CE)
  43. Chourjit (1806-1812 CE)
  44. Marjit (1812-1819 CE)
  45. King Herachandra (1819 CE)
  46. Yumjaotaba (1820 CE)
  47. Gambhir Singh (1821 CE)
  48. Jai Singh (1822 CE)
  49. Jadu Singh (Nongpok Chinslenkhomba) (1823 CE)
  50. Raghab Singh (1823-1824 CE)
  51. Nongchup Lamgaingamba (Bhadrasing) (1824 CE)
  52. Gambhir Singh (Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba) (1825-1834 CE)
  53. Regency(1834-1844 CE)
  54. Nara Singh (1844-1850 CE)
  55. Debendro Singh (1850 CE)
  56. Chandrakirti (K.C.S.I.) (1850-1886 CE)
  57. Maharaja Surchandra (1886-1890 CE)
  58. Kulachandra (1890-1891 CE)
  59. Churachand Singh (1891-1941 CE)
  60. Bodhchandra Singh (1941-1955 CE)
  61. Pareihanba Okendro (1955 - 1976 CE)
  62. Leishemba Sanajaoba (1996-... CE)

References[edit]

  1. ^ nigombam, macks. "A Brief history of the Meiteis of Manipur". themanipurpage.tripod.com.
  2. ^ Kings of Manipur
  3. ^ "Titular king Leishemba Sanajaoba Archives - The Sangai Express". The Sangai Express. Retrieved 2017-04-13.

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