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• Sansar Chand-II was the 'powerful Raja of Kangra'.
• He was born in 1765 at 'Bijapur village', 6 miles from 'Lambagraon in Palampur tehsil of Kangra'.
• He was the 'Grandson of Ghamand Chand' and sat on a throne on '1775 at the age of 10'.
• He has 'three queens' from Suket (Parsana Devi), Sirmaour & Bara Banghal.
• Later he married "Nokhu Gaddan' & spent last fews days with dancing girl "Jamalo".
• Sansar Chand took the title of "Chattraparti Naresh" and "Pahadi Badshah".
• He had Akbar styled "Chhattis (36) Kaarkhanas" for various handicrafts.
• He built "Darbar hall in Sujanpur Tira" that had 22 gates for his tributary kings.
• He 'received tributes from 11 states' under Jalandar circle, who use to pay visit on Dusshera
• He constructed 'Gauri Shankar temple (or', also known as Sansarchandesvar (1794), 'Murli Manohar temple' (1791). His rani from Suket built the 'Narbadesvar temple'.
• During his tenure, the revenue of Kangra was '35 lakh'
• From 1786 A.D. to 1805 A.D. was the 'golden period' for Sansar Chand.
• Raja Sansar Chand employed a European adventurer, 'Irish O Brien', who established 'a factory of small arms' and raised disciplined force of 1400 men for him.
• O Brien has raised the army of around 1400 Europeans men that wore the European uniforms.
• He was was also a great art lover, during his reign, there was the greatest development of "Kangra style paintings.
• During his reign, '40000 paintings' were produced.
• 'Manaku' and "Purkhu" were the famous painters of the Sansar Chand.
• Kangra gained independence during the regime of Maharaja Sansar Chand.
• He ruled the hill region for 'approximately 50 years'.
• He took possession of Kangra Fort and started annexing nearby kingdoms.
• He had direct and indirect control of numerous regions like Bilaspur, Mandi, Chamba, Guler, Suket, Datarpur, Sibba and Jaswan.
oIn 1809, Sansar Chand asked helped from Ranjit Singh against Gurkhas & signed a "Jwalamukhi treaty'.
o As per treaty, Sansar Chand agreed to give 66 villages & Kangra fort to Maharaja Ranjit Singh in exchange.