ⓘ Ratna Manikya I

                                     

ⓘ Ratna Manikya I

Ratna Manikya I, also known as Ratna Fa, was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1462 to the late 1480s. Though he had gained the throne by overthrowing his predecessor, Ratnas reign was notable for the peace and prosperity it had entailed in the region. He extensively reformed and modernised the government and closely allied it with neighbouring Bengal, resulting in a lasting cultural influence in Tripura.

                                     
  • Manikya rule. 1. Maha Manikya c.1400 1431 2. Dharma Manikya I 1431 1462 3. Ratna Manikya I 1462 c.1487 4. Pratap Manikya II c.1487 5. Vijaya Manikya I
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  • instead believed that he was Dharma s grandson, with his father being Ratna Manikya I There were also uncertainties regarding the years of Pratap s rule
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  • post - Rajmala kings. 145. Ratna Fa Ratna Manikya fl. 1280 146. Pratap Manikya 147. Mukut Manikya Mukunda 148. Maha Manikya 149. Dharma Manikya fl. 1430 Tripuravgfghj
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  • the throne following the brief reigns of Pratap Manikya II and Vijaya Manikya I who were likely his elder brother and paternal nephew respectively. It
  • Vijaya Manikya I d. c.1488 was the Maharaja of Tripura briefly during the late 15th century. A minor when he ascended the throne, Vijaya succeeded upon
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