Rajah Gambang

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Gambang
Rajah of Tondo
Reign 1390–1420
Predecessor Rajah Alon
Successor Rajah Lontok
House Kingdom of Tondo

Rajah Gambang (Baybayin: ᜄᜋ᜔ᜊᜅ᜔) (r. 1390–1420), was a sovereign of the Kingdom of Tondo. He was the grandson of Rajah Alon and later fathered Dayang Kalangitan.[1][verification needed] He was the last ruler of an indianized Tondo, since afterwards, the Muslims from the Sultanate of Brunei invaded and set-up Seludong as a puppet state to rival Tondo.[1][not in citation given]

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  1. ^ a b Odal-Devora, Grace (2000). Alejandro, Reynaldo Gamboa; Yuson, Alfred A., eds. The River Dwellers. Pasig : The River of Life. Unilever Philippines. pp. 43–66. 
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Rajah Alon
Rajah of Tondo
1390–1420
Succeeded by
Rajah Lontok