23 relations: Bodhchandra Singh, Chandrakirti, Ching-Thang Khomba, Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba, Chitsai, Chourjit Singh, Debindro Singh, Gaurisiam, India, Koirengba, Kulachandra Singh, Maduchandra Singh, Manipur, Manipur (princely state), Marjit Singh, Meidingngu Churachand, Ningthouja dynasty, Pamheiba, Pitambar Charairongba, Raja Nara Singh, Raja Surchandra, Regent, Senbi Kiyamba.
Maharaja Bodhchandra Singh or Bodhachandra Singh (1909–1955) was the last ruler of the Kingdom of Manipur.
Chandrakirti was a Buddhist scholar of the Madhyamaka school and a noted commentator on the works of Nagarjuna and those of his main disciple, Aryadeva, authoring two influential works, Prasannapadā and Madhyamakāvatāra.
Ningthou Ching-Thang Khomba (also Rajarshi Bhagya Chandra, Jai Singh Maharaja) (1748–1799) was a Meitei monarch of the 18th century CE.
Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba (1788–1834), also known as Raja Gambhir Singh, was a ruler of the Manipur Kingdom.
Chitsai (also known as Ugut Shah, Chit Sain, Chitshai, and Kelemba) (18th Century CE) was an usurper King of Manipur who ruled between 1754 and 1756.
Chourjit Singh, also known as Charajit Singh, was a Manipuri King who ruled between 1806 and 1812.
Debindro Singh or Devendra Singh (died 1871) was a Manipuri King who ruled in 1850 for a period of only three months.
Gaurisiam or Guru Sham (গৌরী শাম) (18th century CE - 1763) was a Manipuri King who ruled between 1756 and 1764.
India (IAST), also called the Republic of India (IAST), is a country in South Asia.
Koirengba was a Meitei king in the early 16th century who ruled between 1507 and 1511.
Maharaja Kulachandra Singh was the son of Maharaja Chandrakriti Singh and he was the Maharaja of Manipur.
Madu Chandra was a Meitei royal who ruled between 1801 and 1806.
Manipur is a state in Northeast India, with the city of Imphal as its capital.
The Kingdom of Manipur or Kangleipak Kingdom was a princely state of the British Rule, bordering Assam Province in the west and British Burma in the east.
Marjit Singh was a Meitei royal who ruled between 1812 and 1819.
Maharaja Sir Meidingngu Churachand, also known as Churachandra or Chura Chand (1886–1941) was installed as the Raja of Manipur after his predecessor Kulachandra was jailed.
The Ningthouja dynasty comprises the descendants of the kings of Manipur.
Meidingu Pamheiba (1690–1751) was a king of Manipur in the early 18th century.
Pitambar Charairongba (17th century CE - early 18th Century CE) also known as "Eningthou Ningthem Charairongba" was the ruler of Manipur Kingdom from 1697 to 1709.
Nara Singh, (1792 – April 11, 1850) also known as Chingthanglen Pamheiba and Meetingu Lairen Nonglen Sendreng Manik Khomba, was a ruler of the Kingdom of Manipur.
Raja Surchandra or Surachandra Singh was a Manipuri King who ruled between 1886 and 1890.
A regent (from the Latin regens: ruling, governing) is a person appointed to govern a state because the monarch is a minor, is absent or is incapacitated.
Medingu Senbi Kiyamba (1467-1508) was ruler of Meeteileipak, now named Manipur.