Panji Tohjaya

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Panji Tohjaya was the third king of Singhasari. He was the son of Ken Arok and his second wife, Ken Umang. After his father was killed by his half-brother, Anusapati, he took revenge and assumed his father's throne in 1248. He only ruled for several months before his cousins, Ranggawuni, son of Anusapati, and Mahisha Champaka, grandson of Ken Arok, rebelled, took the throne and reigned together, the first under the name Vishnuvardhana, the second under that of Narasimhamurti.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • G. Coedès (1968), The Indianized States of Southeast Asia, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Coedès, 1986, p.188