|Raja of Mysore|
|Reign||1766 - 1770|
|Coronation||Srirangapatna, 6 May 1766|
|Father||Krishnaraja Wodeyar II|
|Mother||Devaja Ammani Avaru|
|Died||2 August 1770
Royal Palace, Seringapatam
Maharaja Shri Nanjaraja Dalavai Wodeyar Bahadur (1748 - 2 August 1770) or Nanjaraja Wodeyar, was the Raja of Mysore (r.1766 - 1770). He also reigned under the control of the Sarvadhikari Hyder Ali, like his father.
He was eldest son of Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar II, and succeeded on the death of his father, 1766.
2 August 1770, He was poisoned by a cup of milk sent by Hyder Ali.
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