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Meaning of srivijayan from wikipedia

- 'sribhoja', and the inscriptions in old malay refer to the same empire. the srivijayan historiography was acquired, composed and established from two main sources;
- founder of kadatuan srivijaya. his name was mentioned in the series of srivijayan inscriptions dated from late 7th century ce dubbed as the 'siddhayatra
- that the family was once the member of srivijayan mandala and step into the power to rule the former srivijayan mandala which includes sumatra and malay
- srivijaya was recorded in chinese sources from song period. in 988, a srivijayan envoy was sent to chinese court in guangzhou. after sojourned for about
- india was friendly during the reign of raja raja chola i. in 1006 ce a srivijayan maharaja from sailendra dynasty — king maravijayattungavarman — constructed
- srivijayan connection. this ruling family was probably a local ruler but somehow subjugated by srivijayan through invasion and served as srivijayan v****al
- earliest written record mentioning the term kadatuan was the 7th-century srivijayan telaga batu inscription. the term kadatuan in old malay means 'the realm
- ancient malay history who was ****umed to live during the 13th century srivijayan empire till the 15th century sultanate of malacca. his real name was sang
- 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