After the death of Raghu Deva ,his son Parikshit succeeded the eastern kingdom ,and a few rare tankas are known. His region was very turbulent one, mainly spent fighting the Mughal force ,supported on to a limited extent by laxminarayana. He finally submitted to mughal in AD 1613 and it was agreed that he would be released and his territory restored to him on payment of war indemnity of 7,00,000 tankas. However he was apparently unable to pay and died in obscurity in AD 1618.


  • Saka 1525-1535 in the Eastern Kingdom
  • AD 1603-1613 in the Eastern Kingdom


Parikshitnarayana / Tanka / 9.04gm, 30mm

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legends in five lines on both sides, Śri Śri/ Hara Gauri/ Charana kama/la madhu ka/rasya,
rev. Śri Śri/ Parikshit Na/rayana Bhupa/lasya Śake/ 1525, both sides within double circle and border of beads
Bengali– Assamese script and the legend in Sanskrit language
Year : Sk. 1525
Diameter: 30mm
Weight : 9.04g
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