[Solved] The capital of Koch kingdom was at ____

The capital of Koch kingdom was at

A. Koch Behar

B. Kamrupnagar

C. Kamatapur

D. None of these

Answer: Kamatapur

Explanation: The capital of the Koch kingdom was Chikana Kamatapur. The founder king, Biswa Singha, belonged to the Koch people on his mother’s side and the Mech people on his father’s side. Under his sons Nara Narayan and Chilarai the dynasty reached its zenith. The dynasty forked for the first time into two major branches that controlled Koch Bihar and Koch Hajo.

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