|Chief of the Chakma Circle|
|Reign||7 March 1935 - 7 October 1951|
|Predecessor||Bhuvan Mohan Roy|
|Born||6 June 1902|
Chittagong Hill Tracts, British India
|Died||7 October 1951(aged 49)|
Roy married Rani Benita Roy (1905–1990) née Sen, the daughter of Barrister Saral Sen and granddaughter of "Brahmanand" Keshub Chandra Sen, a Hindu social reformer from Brahma Samaj. He was installed as Chakma Raja on 7 March 1935.
It was during Roy's reign that India and Pakistan gained independence in 14–16 August 1947 CE and the Chittagong Hill Tracts was assigned to the independent State of Pakistan, though the district had a 98% non-Muslim population.