Brahma Pala

Brahma Pala (reigned 900-920) was founder of Pala Dynasty (900–1100) of Kamarupa kingdom.[1] He married Kula Devi by whom he had successor to his throne named Ratna Pala.

Brahma Pala
King of Kamarupa
Heir apparentRatna Pala

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Choudhury, P. C, The History of Civilization of the People of Assam to the Twelfth Century A.D

Further readingEdit

  • Vasu, Nagendranath (1922). The Social History of Kamarupa.
  • Tripathi, Chandra Dhar (2008). Kamarupa-Kalinga-Mithila politico-cultural alignment in Eastern India : history, art, traditions. Indian Institute of Advanced Study. p. 197.
  • Wilt, Verne David (1995). Kamarupa. V.D. Wilt. p. 47.
  • Majumdar, Ramesh Chandra (1977). Ancient India. Motilal Banarsidass Publications. p. 538.
  • Kapoor, Subodh (2002). Encyclopaedia of ancient Indian geography. Cosmo Publications. p. 364.
  • Sen, Sailendra Nath (1999). Ancient Indian History and Civilization. New Age International. p. 668.
  • Kapoor, Subodh (2002). The Indian encyclopaedia: biographical, historical, religious,administrative, ethnological, commercial and scientific. Genesis Publishing Pvt Ltd. p. 320.
  • Sarkar, Ichhimuddin (1992). Aspects of historical geography of Pragjyotisha-Kamarupa (ancient Assam). Naya Prokash. p. 295.
  • Deka, Phani (2007). The great Indian corridor in the east. Mittal Publications. p. 404.
  • Pathak, Guptajit (2008). Assam's history and its graphics. Mittal Publications. p. 211.
  • Samiti, Kamarupa Anusandhana (1984). Readings in the history & culture of Assam. Kamrupa Anusandhana Samiti. p. 227.