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The list of kings of Indraprastha (Delhi) starting from the time of Mahabharata: It is very difficult to publish in this way.

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The list of kings of Indraprastha (Delhi) starting from the time of Mahabharata: It is very difficult to publish in this way. Sri Yashpala was the last king of Indraprastha. Approximately 124 kings from King Sri Yudhishthira to Yashpala ruled for a total of 4,175 years 9 months 14 days. King Yudhishthira etc. approximately 30 men ruled for 1770 years 11 months 10 days. His details are given below: 01. King Yudhishthira = 36 years 9 months 14 days.

02. Raja Parikshit = 60 years 8 months 25 days.

03. Raja Janmejoy = 84 years 7 months 23 days.

04. Raja Aswamedha = 82 years 8 months 32 days.

05. Second Rama = 88 years 2 months 8 days.

06. Chhatramal = 81 years 11 months 27 days.

07. Chitrarath = 75 years 3 months 18 days.

08. Bad style = 75 years 10 months 24 days.

09. Rajaugra Sen = 78 years 7 months 21 days.

10. Shurasen = 78 years 7 months 21 days.

11. Bhuvanpati = 69 years 5 months 5 days.

12. Ranjit = 65 years 10 months 4 days.

13. Rikshak = 64 years 7 months 4 days.

14. Sukhdev = 62-0-24

15. Naraharidev = 51-10-02

16. Suchirath = 42-11-02

17. Shoorsen (2nd) = 58-10-08

18. Parbatsen = 55-08-10

19. Talented = 52-10-10

20. Sonchir = 50-08-21

21. Bhimdev = 47-09-20

22. Nriharidev = 45-11-23

23. Purnamal = 44-08-07

24 Tax = 88-10-08

25. Alangmik = 50-11-08

26. Udaipal = 38-09-0

27. Dubanmal = 40-10-26

28. Damat = 32-0-0

29. Bhimpal = 58-05-08

30. Kshemaka = 48-11-21 Basically, the reign of the Pandu dynasty ended here. King Kshemak’s chief minister Vishrava Kshemak kills the king and seizes the throne. His 14 men ruled for 500 years 3 months 17 days. Their list:

1. Vishrava = 17-03-29

2. Purseni = 42-08-21

3. Birseni = 52-10-07

4. Phabangshayi = 47-08-23

5. Harijit = 35-09-17

6. Paramseni = 44-02-23

7. Sukhpatal = 30-02-21

8. Kadrut = 42-09-24

9. Sajj = 32-02-14

10. Famarchud = 27-03-16

11. Amipala = 22-11-25

12. Dasaratha = 25-04-12

13. Birsal = 31-08-11

14. Veersalasen = 41-00-14 Viramaha Pradhan, the chief minister of Raja Birsal Sen, killed him and assumed the throne. His family of 16 men ruled for 445 years 5 months 3 days. Their list:

1. Raja Viramaha = 35-10-08

2. Ajit Singh = 27-07-19

3. Sarvadatta = 28-03-10

4. Bhuvanpati = 15-04-10

5. Birsen (First) = 21-02-13

6. Mahipal = 40-08-07

7. Shatrushal = 26-04-03

8. Sangaraj = 17-02-10

9. Tejpal = 28-11-10

10. Manik Chand = 37-07-21

11. Kamseni = 42-05-10

12. Shatrumardan = 08-11-13

13. Jibanlok = 28-09-17

14. Harirao = 26-10-29

15. Birsen (2nd) = 35-02-20

16. Adityaketu = 23-11-13 Apparatus King ‘Dhandhava’ killed King Adityaketu of Magadha and claimed the throne. His dynasty was 9 men, 374 years 11 months 26 days reigned. Their list:

1. Raja Dhandhar = 42-07-24

2. Maharshi = 41-02-29

3. Sanarachchi = 50-10-19

4. Great War = 20-03-08

5. Durnath = 28-05-25

 6. Jeevanraj = 45-02-05

7. Rudrasen = 47-04-28

8. Arilak = 52-10-08

9. Rajpal = 36-00-00 Feudal great Pala king killed Rajpal and claimed the throne. He ruled as one man for 14 years. He has no growth. King Vikramaditya attacked from Avantika (Ujjayani) and killed King Mahanapala and assumed the throne. His dynasty 1 male reigned 39 years. He has no growth. Samudrapala, the minister of Shalibana, killed King Vikramaditya of Yogipaithana and assumed the throne. His dynasty was 16 men, reigned for 372 years, 4 months and 27 days. Their list:

1. Samudrapal = 54-02-20

2. Chandrapal = 36-05-04

3. Assistant = 11-04-11

4. Devpal = 27-01-17

5. Narsinghampal = 18-00-20

6. Sampal = 27-01-17

7. Raghupal = 22-03-25

8. Govindpal = 27-01-17

9. Amritpal = 36-10-13

10. Balipal = 13-08-04

11. Mahipal = 13-08-04 King Mahabahu left the kingdom and went to the forest for penance. Hearing this, King Adhisena of Bengal came to Indraprastha and began to rule himself. His clan was 12 men, reigned 151 years 11 months 2 days. Their list

1. Raja Adhisen = 18-05-21

2. Billabalsen = 12-04-02

3. Keshavsen = 15-07-12

4. Madhavasena = 12-04-02

5. Mayurasen = 20-11-27

6. Bhimsen = 05-10-09

7. Callansen = 04-08-21

8. Harisen = 12-00-25

9. Kshemsen = 08-11-15

10. Narayasen = 02-02-29

11. Lakshmi Sen = 26-10-00

12. Damodar Sen = 11-05-19 King Damodarasena used to give a lot of trouble to his consorts. For this purpose, one of his consorts, Diptasinha, gathered an army and fought against him and killed him in battle and began to rule himself. His family had 6 sons and ruled for 107 years, 6 months and 2 days. Their list –

1. Dipsingh = 17-01-16

2. Rajsingh = 14-05-00

3. Ranasingh = 09-08-11

4. Narsingh = 13-02-29

6. Jibansingh = 08-00-01 Due to some reason, King Jibansingh sent all his troops to the north. King Prithviraj Chauhan of Bairat got the news and attacked Jibansingh and killed him in battle and started ruling in Indraprastha. His family had 5 sons and ruled for 86 years and 0 months and 20 days. Their list –

1. Prithvi Raj = 12-02-19

2. Abhaypal = 14-05-17

3. Durjjab Pal = 11-04-14

4. Udaipal = 11-07-03

5. Yashpal = 36-04-27 Sultan Shahabuddin Ghori attacked Raja Yashpal from the fort of Ghazni and in 1249 imprisoned him in the fort of Apparat. Then Sultan Shahabuddin started ruling in Idraprastha (Delhi). His dynasty reigned for 53 years, 1 month and 17 days. Mahar highlighted the successive introductions and reigns of the kings of Indra Prasta and Aryavarta Shi Dayananda Saraswati. He collected this information from the fortnightly journals “Harishchandra Chandrika” and “Mohanchandrika” published by Srinathdwar in Chittorgarh, the capital of the Medar state of Udaipur in Rajputana. The editor of these two newspapers collected a book written in 1782 from a friend and published it in 1939.