Mahinda VI of Polonnaruwa
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|Mahinda VI of Sri Lanka|
|King of Polonnaruwa|
Mahinda VI (1187) was a king of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa who came to the throne by killing his predecessor Vijayabahu II. He only reigned for five days, being killed by his successor and Vijayabahu II's sub-king, Nissanka Malla.
- Codrington, Humphry W. (1926). "A Short History of Lanka, Chapter IV". lakdiva.org. Macmillan and Co., Limited. Retrieved 2016-09-19.
Mahinda VI of PolonnaruwaBorn: ? ? Died: ? 1187
|King of Polonnaruwa
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