Traillokyachandra (reigned c. 900 - 930) was the first ruler of the Chandra dynasty in the kingdom of Harikela in eastern Bengal. His father, Subarnachandra, was a vassal to the earlier rulers of the Harikela Kingdom. Traillokyachandra established the dynasty, centered at Devaparvata (near Mainamati, Comilla) and expanded into modern Kachua Upazila before declaring himself as Maharajadhiraja.
|Reign||900 - 930|
|Predecessor||Founder of dynasty|
|Religion||Hindu later Buddhism Follower|
- Singh, Nagendra Kr. (2003). Encyclopaedia of Bangladesh. Anmol Publications Pvt Ltd. pp. 7–21. ISBN 81-261-1390-1.
- Chowdhury, Abdul Momin (1967). Dynastic History of Bengal. Dacca: The Asiatic Society of Pakistan.
unknown ruler of Harikela
| Candra King
900 - 930 CE