Chakdor Namgyal
Chakdor Namgyal was the third Chogyal (king) of Sikkim. He succeeded Tensung Namgyal in 1700 and was succeeded himself by Gyurmed Namgyal in 1717.His half-sister Pendiongmu tried to dethrone Chakdor, ...
Hope Cooke
Hope Cooke (born June 24, 1940) is an American woman who was the "Gyalmo" (Tibetan: རྒྱལ་མོ་, Wylie: rgyal mo) (Queen Consort) of the 12th Chogyal (King) of Sikkim (Palden Thondup Namgyal). ...
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Phuntsog Namgyal
Phuntsog Namgyal (1604–1670) was the first chogyal (monarch) of Sikkim, now an Indian state. He consecrated in 1642 at the age of 38. Phuntsog was a fifth generation descendant of Guru Tashi, a ...
Tashi Namgyal
Tashi Namgyal (Sikkimese: བཀྲ་ཤིས་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་; Wylie: Bkra-shis Rnam-rgyal) (26 October 1893 – 2 December 1963) was the ruling Chogyal (King) of Sikkim from 1914 to 1963. He was the son of Thutob Namgya...
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Wangchuk Namgyal
Chogyal Wangchuk Tenzing Namgyal (b. 1 April 1953) is the second son of Palden Thondup Namgyal, the last sovereign king of Sikkim. Educated at Harrow, he is also the present heir of the Namgyal dynast...
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Sidkeong Namgyal
Sidkeong Namgyal (1819–1874) was king of Sikkim from 1863 to 1874. He was son of Tsugphud Namgyal and was succeeded by his half-brother Thutob Namgyal.
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Chogyal
The Chogyal ("Dharma Kings", Tibetan: ཆོས་རྒྱལ, Wylie: chos rgyal, Sanskrit Dharmaraja) were the monarchs of the former kingdoms of Sikkim and Ladakh, which were ruled by separate branches of...
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Gyurmed Namgyal
Gyurmed Namgyal was the fourth Chogyal (king) of Sikkim. He succeeded Chakdor Namgyal in 1717 and was succeeded himself by Phuntsog Namgyal II in 1733.During his reign Sikkim was attacked by Nepal.
Sidkeong Tulku Namgyal
Sidkeong Tulku Namgyal (1879–5 December 1914) was the ruling Maharaja and Chogyal of Sikkim for a brief period in 1914, from 10 February to 5 December.
He was the second son of Maharaja Sri Panch ...
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Tensung Namgyal
Tensung Namgyal (1644–1700) was the second chogyal (monarch) of Sikkim. He succeeded his father Phuntsog Namgyal in 1670. He moved the capital from Yuksom to Rabdentse near Geyzing in 1670. He had thr...
Palden Thondup Namgyal
Palden Thondup Namgyal (May 23, 1923 – January 29, 1982) was the 12th and last Chogyal (king) of Sikkim.
He was born on May 23, 1923.At six, Namgyal became a student at St. Joseph's Convent in Ka...
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Kabi Lungchok
Kabi Lungchok is a historic site of significance, which is located 17 kilometres (11 mi) north of Gangtok on the Northern Highway in northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. The historicity of the si...
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Tshudpud Namgyal
Tshudpud Namgyal (1785–1863) was king of Sikkim from 1793–1863. He gained independence from Nepal in 1815 and ruled under a British protectorate from 1861.Under his father Tenzing Namgyal, most of Sik...
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Phuntsog Namgyal II
Phuntsog Namgyal II was the fifth Chogyal (king) of Sikkim. He succeeded Gyurmed Namgyal in 1733 and was succeeded himself by Tenzing Namgyal in 1780.During his reign the Nepalese raided Rabdentse, th...
Thutob Namgyal
Thutob Namgyal (1860 – 11 February 1914) was the ruling chogyal (monarch) of Sikkim between 1874 and 1914. Thutob ascended to the throne succeeding his half-brother Sidkeong Namgyal who died issueless...
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Tenzing Namgyal
Tenzing Namgyal was the sixth Chogyal (king) of Sikkim. He succeeded Phuntsog Namgyal II in 1780 and was succeeded himself by Tsugphud Namgyal in 1793.During his reign Chogyal fled to Tibet, and later...