Parakramabahu IV of Dambadeniya
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|King of Dambadeniya|
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Parakkamabahu IV was King of Dambadeniya in the 14th century, who was also a scholar known as Pandit Parakramabahu. He built a temple for the Tooth relic at kurunegala and was responsible for writing Dhaladha Siritha, a book that laid down procedures for uninterrupted conduct of paying homage to the sacred relic. He renamed Mahanuwara as Senkadagala. He extended patronage to Vijayaba privena, Asgiriya temple, and Sri Ghanananda Pirivena. He succeeded his father Bhuvanaikabahu II as King of Dambadeniya and was succeeded by Bhuvanaikabahu III.
Parakramabahu IV of DambadeniyaBorn: ? ? Died: ? ?
|King of Dambadeniya
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