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- and suggests chaiya as the center of srivijaya. around the year 500, srivijayan roots began to develop around present-day palembang, sumatra, in modern
- founder of kadatuan srivijaya. his name was mentioned in the series of srivijayan inscriptions dated from late 7th century ce dubbed as the 'siddhayatra
- use of old malay has sparked the speculation of a sumatran origin or srivijayan connection of this family; on the other hand, the use of old javanese
- india was friendly during the reign of raja raja chola i. in 1006 ce a srivijayan maharaja from sailendra dynasty — king maravijayattungavarman — constructed
- tamil nadu, india. chudamani vihara was constructed in 1006 ce by the srivijayan king sri vijaya maravijayattungavarman with the patronage of rajaraja
- buddhist monument borobudur. samaratungga married dewi tara, the princess of srivijayan ruler dharmasetu, which created close political alliance between the sailendras
- 1299 as the founding year of the kingdom by sang nila utama, a renegade srivijayan prince who claimed to be of malay-indo-persian origin. in the 14th century
- serlingpa dharmakīrti or suvarnadvipi dharmakīrti, was a buddhist scholar of srivijayan origin, specifically from suvarnadvipa (sumatra). he was one of the buddhist
- historical records mentioning about the title datuk is the 7th century srivijayan inscriptions such as telaga batu to describe lesser kings or v****alized