Chandrakanta Singha

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  • Chandrakanta Singha then noticed that one plate was placed separately from other plates during the religious ceremony.
  • In the battle Chandrakanta Singha was finally defeated and his army totally eliminated.
  • A wave of panic ran across Chandrakanta Singha and the royal family.
  • Chandrakanta Singha visited one of these rituals to offer his respect to the previous Ahom kings.
  • Chandrakanta Singha and his followers retreated across the border into British ruled Goalpara district.
  • Even after their victory over Chandrakanta Singha, the Burmese suffered heavy losses, especially at the battle of Mahgarh.
  • Chandrakanta Singha evaded capture by British authorities by bribing the native Indian officers serving under the British Officer.
  • In the battle Chandrakanta Singha was defeated and he narrowly escaped to British ruled Goalpara district.
  • Kamaleswar has two siblings, one sister named Maju Aideo and one brother Chandrakanta Singha.
  • The triumphant Burmese now search for Chandrakanta Singha, led him from his retreat and properly installed him on the throne.
  • Chandrakanta Singha was mutilated on his right ear, in order to make him ineligible for the throne, and was exiled.
  • Being still a boy Chandrakanta Singha was unable to take much part in the government of the country, and the control remained with the Purnananda Burhagohain.
  • Disheartened by the British non-acceptance to his request for restoration of his kingdom, Chandrakanta Singha returned to Guwahati.
  • Robert Bruce was later released on his agreeing to enter under the service of Chandrakanta Singha and to supply his soldiers' firearms and ammunitions.
  • In retaliation, Chandrakanta Singha took his revenge by punishing the Burmese officers, who were sent to invite him back.
  • Chandrakanta Singha is said to have displayed unusual vigour and courage by himself present in the thick of battle; personally leading his soldiers; and engaged in hand-to-hand combat with enemy soldiers.
  • At this juncture, the Chandrakanta Singha was invited by the Burmese to come back and rule.
  • The Burmese reinstalled Chandrakanta Singha on the throne and after some time, bulk of their forces returned to Burma.
  • One event which occurred during the reign of Swargadeo Chandrakanta Singha in early 19th century, clearly showed the significance of the Singarigharutha ceremony.
  • Purandar Singha's forces were defeated by Chandrakanta Singha and their commander Mr. Robert Bruce was taken prisoner.
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