ⓘ Pratap Manikya II

                                     

ⓘ Pratap Manikya II

Though Pratap Manikya is stated in the Rajmala to be a son of Dharma Manikya I, later scholarship proved this to be chronologically improbable. It is instead believed that he was Dharmas grandson, with his father being Ratna Manikya I. There were also uncertainties regarding the years of Prataps rule. A coin supposedly minted during his reign bears the year Saka 1412 1490 CE, though the modern-style script has led to doubts regarding its authenticity. It is notable that Prataps immediate successors struck coins in 1488 and 1489 respectively.

The youngest son of his father, Prataps the rule was backed by the support of prominent generals of the army in opposition to his elder brother Dhanya, against whom he waged a civil war. According to Rajmala, because of his wickedness, soon Pratap lost the support of these nobles, who has launched a conspiracy against him. The chronicle continues that due to his formidable physical strength and determination, Pratap had to be killed during the night while he slept.

He excelled in quick succession minors Vijaya Manikya, who may be his son and Prataps younger brother of the Macoutes, before the throne, finally settled on Dhanya, whose long reign lasted until 1515.

                                     
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