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Thursday, November 28, 2013

History of Misrule, Conspiracy, Groups and Mistrust in the Rule of Kumaon King Doti Kalyan Chand

(History of Kumaon from 1000-1790 AD)
                                      
         (History of Chand Dynasty Rule in Kumaon)
History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon, Haridwar) - Part 200

                                              ByBhishma Kukreti
  The historians, people will remember the   Doti Kalyan Chand rule for misrule; mistrust; mismanagement; mean mien by officers and ministers; misanthropy; misapplication of power; misapprehension; misappropriation of court money; mischief behaviors of King and his deceptive supporters; misinformation to the King by conspiracy methods; misjudgment by King; wrong counseling by ministers and Nobel s to the King; misdeeming deeds of King and his ministers; misgiving etc.
                 Since the King Doti Kalyan Chandra did not have any experience of Kingdom politics he was always afraid of conspiracy against him.  Doti Kalyan Chandra was always afraid that his servants would kill him and throw him out of power.
            Doti King created a strong network of spy to find his enemies or who might be his opponent.  The spies did pay less attention on conspiracy against the King but took disadvantages by announcing criminal cases against their own personal enemies , The advisors , officers, spies of King too advantages for settling their own enmities.
                     Taking Out Eyes of Brahmin Group
    There were many Brahmin groups fighting with each other for power in the court of Doti Kalyan Chandra.  One day, Bhavanipati Pande of Bairati , Dwarhat informed (conspiracy) the King that a group of Brahmins and Khasya group had made strategy to kill him (the King) and these groups wanted to crown the prince of Jaipur King (Rajasthan).  
             The King became insane hearing this information. The king Doti Kalyan Chandra ordered to take out eyes from the bodies of those Brahmins and Khasya immediately.  King did not give second thought for his inhuman order.
  The court workers took out eyes of those Brahmins mentioned by Bhavanipati Pande.  Nine iron pans (Kadhai or Bhadola) were filled by the eyes of so called anti King Brahmins. There were only cry of poor Brahmins and blood in that place. The so called anti King Khasya were killed and their dead bodies were thrown into Suval River valley. The vultures and craws were busy for eating the dead bodies. Most of the Brahmins were Pant, Joshi from Jhinjhad.
                  After killing Rautelas and Khashyas and making Brahmins blind; the King though for repent. The King Doti Kalyan Chand built a Mahadev temple in Binsar for repenting his sinful deeds. Frequently, King Doti Kalyan Chandra used to visit Binsar Mahadev temple.



@@ Read more about History of Cruel King Doti Kalyan Chand in next chapter
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti -bckukreti@gmail.com 27/11/2013

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(The History of Garhwal, Kumaon, Haridwar write up is aimed for general readers)
                           
History of Garhwal – Kumaon-Haridwar (Uttarakhand, India) to be continued… Part -201  
History of Kumaon (1000-1790) to be continued….
Himalayan, Indian History of Chand Dynasty rule in Kumaon to be continued…
  (Himalayan, Indian History (740-1790 AD to be continued…)

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