|Predecessor Bir Singha Dev|
|Name Durjan Dev|
|Successor Raghunath Singha Dev II|
Durjan Singha Dev was the fifty-third king of the Mallabhum. He ruled from 1682 to 1702 CE.
Durjan Singha Dev (1682 - 1702), the son of Bir Singha Dev was opposite to his father. He was not at all cruel on the contrary he had a very gentle, polite, character. He was logical, kind hearted and also pious. He established Madan Mohan temple. During his period several Portuguese, French, British traders came to this place. He was on the one hand a Vaishnava devotee and on the other hand a great warrior.
Madanmohan Temple built by King Durjan Singha Deva in 1694 the temple in the ekaratna style, a square flat-roofed building with carved cornices, surmounted by a pinnacle.