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It is possible that Harshavarman III was succeeded by a king named Nripatindravarman who reigned in Angkor until 1113 and that Jayavarman VI never reigned there.

In fact Suryavarman II claimed to have seized power from two kings; one was his uncle Dharanindravarman I of which there is no inscription in Angkor; the other can only be Nripatindravarman.[1]

Regnal titles
Preceded by Emperor of Angkor
Succeeded by


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


  1. ^ Coedès, 1986, p.153