Dharanindravarman II

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Dharanindravarman II
King
Reign Khmer Empire: 1150 - 1160
Predecessor Suryavarman II
Successor Jayavarman VII

Dharanindravarman II (Khmer: ធរណីន្ទ្រវរ្ម័នទី២; also titled Paramanishkalapada) was king of the Khmer Empire from 1150 to 1160. His son Jayavarman VII would become known as one of the most ambitious builders of Angkor, the empire's capital.

The Yuhai encyclopedia records that in 1155 “Zhenla-Luohu” (that is, Cambodia) sent two elephants as tribute to the Song emperor.[1]

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  1. ^ Wang Yinglin, Yu Hai, Taipei Hua wen shu ju, Minguo 53, 1964, Reprint of 1343 edn., vol.6, cap.154, 33.

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Regnal titles
Preceded by
Suryavarman II
Emperor of Angkor
1150–1160
Succeeded by
Jayavarman VII