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Divided KINGDOM OF NEPAL (1496 TO BEGINNING OF XVIITH CENT.)
1524-33 Jita-malla and Prāṇa-malla (joint regency)
Trailokya or Tribhuvanamalla, (see p. 16.)
1617–1633 Jagajjyotirmalla (See Cat., pp. 109;
16 (Saka 1550.)
1551 Narendra, (Camb. Or. 135. N.S. 671, Srāvaṇa.)
1566 Jaya-Mahendra (same MS.) 686, Srāvaņa.
1575-6 Sadāśiva. N.S. 696. (See Table II in 'Journey.') 1
Sivadeva. (Inscr. cited in 'Journey' Table II.)
For the remaining Kings of Nepal (with dates from coins), see 'Journey in Nepal,' Table II, and Cambridge Cat., p. 16.
REIGNING KINGS OF TIRHUT, EASTERN AND WESTERN.
Compiled from Vardhamāna's Gañgākṛtyaviveka (Br. Mus.; Or. 3567a), called 'G' below, and Vacaspati's Mahādāna-nirnaya (M.'; Cat., p. 122.) ·
1. Kāmesa G.
[2. Bhogeśvara elder son of 1. Mentioned in vernacular records
3. Bhaveśa M, [younger] son of 1. G.
4. (1) Harasimhadeva, son of 3, M.G.
5. Narasimha (M), Nrsimha (G) called Darpan ārāyaṇa, son of 4
6. (3) Bhairavendra M. Bhairavasimha called Harinārāyaṇa G. This reign commenced not later than A.D. 1496, when the MS. G. was copied.
7. Rămabhadra G called Rupanārāyaṇa G.
8. Lakṣminātha called Kamsanārāyaṇa, reigning in December 1510. (Cat., p. 63, date verified by Dr. Kielhorn.)
Dynasty of GORAKHPUR-CAMPARAN (WESTERN TIRHUT).
1 According to several works of Vidyapati, cited by Eggeling, Cat. I. O., p. 875-6 (see also Grierson, Ind. Ant., Mar. 1899, p. 57.) Bhaveśa was succeeded by his elder son, Devasimha, and he by his son, Sivasimha. It is significant that not only Vardhamāna and Vācaspati pass over these kings in silence, but Vidyāpati himself does so in Narasimha's reign (Raj. Mitra Notices vi. 68). They were perhaps not generally acknowledged.
2 Vidyapati (Eggeling 1. c.) and the Chronicle admit the previous reign of an elder brother, Dhīrasimha, called Hṛdayanārāyaṇa.