Khansaar has three tribes, the Mannar tribe, the Shouryaanga tribe, the Ghaniyaar tribe. They wanted a system in place and hence converted Khansaar into a kingdom and created a throne for the king.
The three tribes decided to make a holy book of rules called Nibandhana.
One of the prime rules of the book is that each tribe gets to rule for forty years and hand it over to the next tribe. Shivamannar ruled Khansaar for forty years and the rule of the Mannar tribe ended with his death. So as per the rule written in the Nivandhana, the throne had to be passed on to the Shouryaanga tribe under the leadership of Dhara. But Shivamannar’s son Rajamannar did not want to do that. Hence he killed Dhara and the entire Shouryaanga tribe and takes control of the throne. Since then, under Rajamannar’s leadership, only the Mannar tribe and the Ghaniyaar tribe ruled Khansaar for the next thirty years. Rajamannar’s family tree. Rajamannar had two wives, Radharama and Rudra Rajamannar are first wife’s children. Vardha Rajamannar and Baachi Rajamannar are second wife’s children.