Kingdom of Bukidnon
Mata Binukid (Manobo)
Kerajaan Bukidnon (Malay)
Former empire
983 A.D.–1525 A.D. Flag of Cross of Burgundy.svg
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Capital Kalasungay
Languages Manobo languages, Higaonon, Talaandig, Old Malay, Sanskrit
Religion Buddhism, Hinduism, Paganism, Animism
(later Roman Catholicism)
Government Monarchy, Rajahnate
 -  983 A.D. - ? Jīn Qiáng
 - 1130 A.D. - ? Rajah Gamhanan
 - 1200 -1269 A.D. Rajah Tudog
 - 1280-1350 A.D. Rajah Dakas
 - ? - 1525 A.D. Pedro Alúy
 -  Discovery by Chinese travellers 983 A.D.
 -  Defeat and annexation by the Spanish Empire 1525 A.D.
Currency Gold and silver coins
Today part of Flag of the Philippines Philippines
The Rajahnate of Bukidnon (Manobo: Mata Binukid, Malay: Kerajaan Bukidnon, Chinese: 王國中的提示, Filipino: Kinaharian ng Bukidnon, Cebuano: Gingharian sa Bukidnon, Spanish: Reino de Bukidnon) was a kingdom, located in northern-central part of the Philippine island of Mindanao. It covered a huge area, encompassing an area similar to that of the modern-day Bukidnon Province. It was formed one of the six "Great Kingdoms of Mindanao".

The king was discovered by Chinese travellers to the island around 983 A.D., who referred to it as "Wángguó Zhōng de Tíshì", or the "kingdom at the tip", due to the location of the kingdom at the near-tip of Mindanao. The king, was an invidual the Chinese referred to as "Jīn Qiáng", literally meaning "strong king" in Chinese.

The kingdom prospered, and traded with the nearby Rajahnate of Butuan located in northeastern Mindanao. At that point, the Manobo kings of Bukidnon adopted Indian influence, with their king, by the name of Gamhanan taking the title "Rajah" and adhering to Hindu deities around 1130 A.D. At that same time, Srivijayans arrived to commence relations between the Rajahnate of Bukidnon and the Srivijayan Empire, forging an alliance between the two nations. In 1298 A.D., during the reign of an individual Rajah Dakas, an alliance with the Majahapit Empire was formed with the arrival of Javanese and Indian envoys.

During the Spanish expedition into Mindanao, the conquistadors encountered a rajah by the name of Aluy in 1521 around the same time they encountered the rulers of Butuan. Rajah Aluy, though weary of the Spanish conquistadors, converted to Roman Catholicism and was given the name and title of Don Pedro. The Kingdom of Bukidnon was absorbed into the Spanish Empire, as a vassal state known as the "Realm of Bukidnon" in 1521 or the "Reino de Bukidnon".

However, later on, along with the other natives of Mindanao, Don Pedro rebelled and joined with the other five kingdoms: the Sultanate of Maguindanao, Sulu, Lanao, Buluan and Rajahnate of Butuan in the war effort against the Spanish Empire, forming the "Great Alliance of Six". However, Don Pedro was killed in battle, and the Spanish ended up vanquishing the kingdom's forces, resulting in the retreat of the Manobos into the mountains. Though, the retreating Manobos continued to attack as they retreated.