After Kalyan Mall, his son Raja Kshem Karan Sahi shifted his capital from Kalyanpur to Husseypur. This city then remained the capital of the Sahis for the next twelve generations until Fateh Sahi.
Among the Rajas who resided at Husseypur, Kshem Karan Sahi, Jubraj Sahi, Sardar Sahi, and Fateh Sahi turned out to be the prominent ones, historically through the expansions of their kingdoms and also by establishing themselves as strong kings of the region.
During the reign of the Sahis with Husseypur as the capital, the town was an important trading centre with a huge market, a fort, and temples. Though a few temples and the market survived, the fort of Husseypur was destroyed by the English during the reign of Raja Fateh Sahi. After this Raja Fateh Sahi left Husseypur to Tamkuhi.