Chodaganga of Polonnaruwa

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Chodaganga
King of Polonnaruwa
Reign1196-1197
PredecessorVikramabahu II
SuccessorLilavati
HouseHouse of Kalinga

Chodaganga was King of Polonnaruwa in the twelfth century, who ruled from 1196 to 1197. He succeeded his uncle Vikramabahu II, whom he usurped as king of Polonnaruwa and ruled for nine months before he was deposed and deprived of his eyes by the General Senevirat who installed Lilavati, wife of Parakramabahu I. Chodaganga was also a nephew of Nissanka Malla.

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Chodaganga of Polonnaruwa
Born: ? ? Died: ? ?
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Vikramabahu II
King of Polonnaruwa
1196–1197
Succeeded by
Lilavati