|Earlier spellings||Krishnu Dynasty (1666-1902)|
|Etymology||"Misra" - surname of the founder of the dynasty's husband Charandra.|
|Founder||Prajeeta II & Charandra Misra|
|Final ruler||Raju III|
|Members||Prajeeta II, Rajya III, Raju II, Raju III|
|Heirlooms||Kukri de Prajeeta|
The Misra Dynasty (Mahanan: मिश्र राजवंश, Miśra Rājavanśa), commonly referred to as the Misrans were a Sheshtri dynasty that ruled as the royal family of Mahana from 1902 up until dissolution at the end of the Mahanan Civil War in 1992. The Misrans are often known historically for an iron-fist rule over Mahana in the late 1900s. This changed in 1992, when the climax of the civil war ended in the massacre at the royal palace and displacement of the royals, being replaced by the Mahanan Congress.
The Misran dynasty originates from a strong Sheshtri caste background, with both founders Prajeeta and Charandra originating from the Sheshtri background. The family trace it's routes back early to Namdatka, according to genetic studies done of family descendants.
The Misra Dynasty was founded in 1902, when Prajeeta II was coronated as the only heir to the throne in Mahana. Due to customary tradition this lead to the foundation of a new dynasty, with Prajeeta being the first female monarch since 1666 upon her coronation. She took her husband Charandra's name, forming the dynasty in 1902.
- "1902 served as the founding date of the Misra family as a Dynasty" (PDF) Retrieved 23rd June 2022.
- "Although dissolution lead to the removal of the family as head of government, descendants of the family still exist today" (PDF) Retrieved 23rd June 2022