In 1540, Sher Shah Suri ordered his General Khawas Khan to capture Nagarkot during the reign of Raja Dharam Chand. After its conquest, Hamid Khan Kakar was made the in charge of Nagarkot.
In 1572, Raja Bidhi Chand revolted against Akbar. Mughal ruler sent the army under Khan Jahan Hussain Quli Khan, Viceroy of Punjab.
In 1588, Raja Bidhi Chand formed a confederation with states in outer hills and broke into rebellion against Akbar. Akbar sent his foster brother ‘Zain Khan Koka’ to suppress the revolt.
The Fort of Kotla, originally belonged to Raja Ram Chand of Guler, was forcefully occupied by Raja Dharam Chand and Raja Jai Chand. After a short battle the Mughal army handed over the fort to Raja Ram Chand of Guler.
Firoz Shah Tughlaq marched with his army from Delhi towards Nagarkot during the reign of Rup Chand. After submission of Rup Chand, Firoz Shah Tughlaq visited Jwalamukhi Temple.
Nasir-ud-Din, the eldest son of Firoz Shah Tughlaq, was driven out of power and he fled for safety to the mountains of Sirmaur and then Nagarkot, during the reign of Sangara Chand.
Raja Megh Chand was ruling when Mongol raids took place in 1398, under the leadership of Timur-i-Lang.
Raja Vijai Chand founded the town Bijapur , which remained the residence of Rajas till the reign of Raja Ghamand Chand
After the rebellion of 1588, Raja Bidhi Chand had to leave his son Trilok Chand as a hostage at Mughal court.
In 1594-1595, there was another rebellion led by raja of Jasrota, in which Raja Bidhi Chand did not participate. Suppressed by Mirza Rustam Qandhari and Shaikh Farid (received title of Murtaza Khan)
Akbar incurred suspicion for Raja Jai Chand for unknown reasons and he issued arrest order which was affected by Raja Ram Chand of Guler.
Trilok Chand ascended the throne of Kangra in the same year as Jahangir ascended the throne of Delhi.
Chandra Bhan Chand continued to prosecute Guerilla warfare against Mughals, he is said to have been finally captured in the reign of Aurangzeb.
When Raja Ghamand Chand came to power, the Mughal Empire was crumbling and there was struggle between Ahmad Shah Durrani and Marathas.
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