Simhavarman III

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Simhavarman III was a ruler of the Pallava dynasty who reigned in the first half of the 6th century AD. He is the father and predecessor of Simhavishnu.[1] There are no remnants or inscriptions from his reign.[2] The only source of information about Simhavarman III is a genealogy given in the Vayalur grant of his grandson Mahendravarman I.[2]


  1. ^ Sircar, p 32
  2. ^ a b Sircar, pp 30-31


  • Sircar, D. C. (1935). The Early Pallavas. Calcutta: Jitendra Nath De. 
Simhavarman III
Preceded by
Vishnugopa II
Pallava dynasty
Early 6th century AD
Succeeded by