The Chronology of Kings

Contributor's (Virendra Verma) Note: The conversion from Vikram Samvat to A.D. is mine. I could be wrong there.

The kingdom of Indraprastha was ruled by Indians for 124 generations for a period of 4157 years, 9 months and 14 days between the event of Mahabharat and the begining of the Mughal era in 1193 AD.

30 generations of Raja Yudhisthir ruled Indraprastha for a total of 1770 years, 11 months and 10 days as follows:

      King/Queen            Years   Month   Days

1  Raja Yudhisthir       36      8       25
2. Raja Parikshit        60      0       0
3  Raja Janmejay         84      7       23
4. Ashwamedh             82      8       22
5. Dwateeyram            88      2       8
6. Kshatramal            81      11      27
7. Chitrarath            75      3       18
8. Dushtashailya         75      10      24
9. Raja Ugrasain         78      7       21
10 Raja Shoorsain        78      7       21
11 Bhuwanpati            69      5       5
12 Ranjeet               65      10      4
13 Shrakshak             64      7       4
14 Sukhdev               62      0       24
15 Narharidev            51      10      2
16 Suchirath             42      11      2
17 Shoorsain II          58      10      8
18 Parvatsain            55      8       10
19 Medhawi               52      10      10
20 Soncheer              50      8       21
21 Bheemdev              47      9       20
22 Nraharidev            45      11      23
23 Pooranmal             44      8       7
24 Kardavi               44      10      8
25 Alamamik              50      11      8
26 Udaipal               38      9       0
27 Duwanmal              40      10      26
28 Damaat                32      0       0
29 Bheempal              58      5       8
30 Kshemak               48      11      21

Vishwa, the prime minister of Kshemak, killed Kshemak and took over the kingdom. Fourteen generations of Vishwa ruled for 500 years, 3 Month and 17 days as follows:

1  Vishwa               17       3       29
2  Purseni              42       8       21
3  Veerseni             52       10      7
4  Anangshayi           47       8       23
5  Harijit              35       9       17
6  Paramseni            44       2       23
7  Sukhpatal            30       2       21
8  Kadrut               42       9       24
9  Sajj                 32       2       14
10 Amarchud             27       3       16
11 Amipal               22       11      25
12 Dashrath             25       4       12
13 Veersaal             31       8       11
14 Veersaalsen          47       0       14

Veersaalsen was killed by his prime minister Veermaha whose 16 generations ruled for 445 years, 5 months and 3 days as follows:

1  Raja Veermaha        35       10       8
2  Ajitsingh            27       7        19
3  Sarvadatta           28       3        10
4  Bhuwanpati           15       4        10
5  Veersen              21       2        13
6  Mahipal              40       8        7
7  Shatrushaal          26       4        3
8  Sanghraj             17       2        10
9  Tejpal               28       11       10
10 Manikchand           37       7        21
11 Kamseni              42       5        10
12 Shatrumardan         8        11       13
13 Jeevanlok            28       9        17
14 Harirao              26       10       29
15 Veersen II           35       2        20
16 Adityaketu           23       11       13

Raja Dandhar of Prayaag killed Adityaketu of Magadh. 9 generations of Dhandhar ruled Indraprastha for 374 years, 11 month and 26 days as follows:

1  Raja Dhandhar        23       11       13
2  Maharshi             41       2        29
3  Sanrachhi            50       10       19
4  Mahayudha            30       3        8
5  Durnath              28       5        25
6  Jeevanraj            45       2        5
7  Rudrasen             47       4        28
8  Aarilak              52       10       8
9  Rajpal               36       0        0

Rajpal was killed by Samant Mahanpal who ruled for 14 years. Later Mahanpal was killed by Vikramaditya of Ujjain (called Avantika). Vikrmaditya ruled for 93 years. He was later killed by Samudrapal yogi of Paithan. 16 generations of Samudrapal ruled for 372 years, 4 months and 27 days as follows:

1  Samudrapal   54   2   20
2  Chandrapal   36   5   4
3  Sahaypal     11   4   11
4  Devpal       27   1   28
5  Narsighpal   18   0   20
6  Sampal       27   1   17
7  Raghupal     22   3   25
8  Govindpal    27   1   17
9  Amratpal     36   10  13
10 Balipal      12   5   27
11 Mahipal      13   8   4
12 Haripal      14   8   4
13 Seespal      11   10  13        Also mentioned as Bhimpal in some literature
14 Madanpal     17   10  19
15 Karmpal      16   2   2
16 Vikrampal    24   11  13

Raja Vikrampal attacked Malukhchand Bohra in the west. Vikrampal was killed by Malukhchand Bohra (from west) in the war. 16 generations of Malukhchand ruled for 191 years, 1 month and 16 days as follows:

1  Malukhchand    54   2  10
2  Vikramchand    12   7  12
3  Manakchand     10   0  5
4  Ramchand       13   11 8
5  Harichand      14   9  24
6  Kalyanchand    10   5  4
7  Bhimchand      16   2  9
8  Lovchand       26   3  22
9  Govindchand    31   7  12
10 Rani Padmavati 1    0  0

Rani Padmavati was the wife of Govindchand. She had no child. So her advisors appointed Hariprem Vairagi for the throne. 4 generations of Harimprem ruled for 50 years, 0 month and 12 days as follows:

1  Hariprem     7     5    16
2  Govindprem   20    2    8
3  Gopalprem    15    7    28
4  Mahabahu     6     8    29

Mahabahu took sanyas. Hearing the news of his sanyas, Adhisen of Bengal attacked and took over the kingdom of Indraprastha.

1  Raja Adhisen   18   5   21
2  Vilavalsen     12   4   2
3  Keshavsen      15   7   12
4  Madhavsen      12   4   2
5  Mayursen       20   11  27
6  Bhimsen        5    10  9
7  Kalyansen      4    8   21
8  Harisen        12   0   25
9  Kshemsen       8    11  15
10 Narayansen     2    2   29
11 Lakshmisen     26   10  0
12 Damodarsen     11   5   19

Damodarsen mistreated his umrao Deepsingh who with the help of army revolted and killed Damodarsen. 6 generations of Deepsingh ruled for 107 years, 6 months and 22 days as follows:

1  Deepsingh      17      1   26
2  Rajsingh       14      5   0
3  Ransingh       9       8   11
4  Narsingh       45      0   15
5  Harisingh      13      2   29
6  Jeevansingh    8       0   1

Jeevansingh sent his army to the north for some reason. Hearing this news, Prithviraj Chauhan of Vairat attacked Indraprash and killed Jeevansingh. 5 generations of Prathviraj ruled for 86 years, 0 month and 20 days as follows:

1  Prathviraj       12      2     19
2  Abhayapal        14      5     17
3  Durjanpal        11      4     14
4  Udayapal         11      7     3
5  Yashpal          36      4     27

Sultan Shahbuddin Gauri from Garh Gazni attacked raja Yashpal and imprisoned him in the fort of Prayaag in Vikram Sanvat 1249 (1193 AD). 53 Gauri generations ruled for 745 years, 1 Month and 17 days as documented in most history books.

References

Bibliography
1. Satyartha Prakash by Swami Dayananda Saraswati. A fortnightly magazine Harishchandrika and Mohanchandrika published from Srinathdware in Udaipur-Chittoregarh in Rajasthan in Vikram Sanvat 1939. The editor of this magazine translated this information from another Sanskrit book published in Vikram Sanvat 1782 (1726 AD).

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