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This is a profile page for the country of Kandy and its successor states as a part of Principia Moderni (Map Game). It will be updated once every 10 years.

King of Kandy

Flag of Kandy

Basic Information

  • Official Name: Kingdom of Kandy
  • Conventional Name: Kandy
  • Official Local Name: கண்டி இராச்சியம் (Mahanuwara Rajadhaniya)
  • Citizen Adjective: Kandyan
  • Adjective Plural: Kandyans
  • Abbreviation: KND
  • Government Type: Absolute Monarchy
  • National Capital: Kandy
  • King: Kirti Sri Rajasinha
  • Royal House:Kandy Nayakar
  • Population: 6,100,000
  • Location: roughly OTL Greece and various territories on the Black Sea ad Mediteranean Sea coast of Turkey.
  • Currency: Hyperpyron

Past Rulers

  • Sena Sammatha Wickramabahu (1473–1511)
  • Jayaweera Astana (1511–1551)
  • Karaliyadde Bandara (1551–1581)
  • Kusumasana Dev (1581–1581)
  • Rajasinghe I (1581–1593)
  • Yamasinghe Bandara (1 year)
  • Vimaladharmasuriya I (1590–1604)
  • Senarat (1604–1635)
  • Rajasinghe II (1635–1687)
  • Vimaladharmasurya II (1687–1707)
  • Vira Narendra Singhe (1707–1739)
  • Vijaya Rajasinghe (1739–1747)
  • Kirti Sri Rajasinghe (1747–1782)
  • Rajadhi Rajasinghe (1782–1798)
  • Vikrama Rajasinghe (1798–1832)
  • Rajadhi Rajasignhe II (1832-1843)
  • Letchumi Devi (1843-1848) [regent]
  • Vimaladharmasurya III (1843-1874)
  • Rajasinghe III (1874-1908)
  • Senarat II (1908-1930)
  • Vimaladharmasurya IV (1930-1971)
  • Rajasinghe IV (1971-1979)
  • Vimaladharmasurya V (1979-)

Urban Areas

  • Largest City:Kandy
  • Other Cities:Kolon Thota, Kotte, Badulla, Kurunegala

Administrative Divisions

  • 5 Rata Wasama
    • Siduruwana
    • Matale
    • Dumbara
    • Sagama Tungama
    • Balawita

Economy

  • Imports: PENDING
  • Exports: PENDING

Culture

  • Languages: Sinhala, Tamil
  • Religion: Hinduism

Foreign Relations

History

  • Foundation: 1469

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