ⓘ Vijaya Manikya I

                                     

ⓘ Vijaya Manikya I

Vijaya Manikya I was the Maharaja of Tripura briefly during the late 15th century.

A minor when he ascended the throne, Vijay managed after the murder of his predecessor Pratap Manikya II, who was probably his father. His reign is excluded from Rajmala, the Royal Chronicle of Tripura, though the copper plate, made in 1488 which is inscribed His name provides the time period for his reign. It is also believed that Vijaya Rajmala confused with his more famous relative with the same name, Vijaya Manikya second, some contradictory details of his life with the latter.

He seems to have spent his reign under the control of his maternal uncle, the army chief Daityanarayan who the true power in the Kingdom. The latter also had his daughter married to the young king. However, Vijay, it seems, only held the throne for a short time and died young, with a coinage minted in the following year, bearing the name of Prataps younger brother Mukut Manikya.

                                     
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