Vira Bahu I of Polonnaruwa
|Vira Bahu I|
|King of Polonnaruwa|
|House||House of Kalinga|
Vira Bahu I (1196) was son of Nissanka Malla and king of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa, in present-day Sri Lanka. He came to the throne after his father's death, however only managed to reign for less than a day, being crowned at night and slain at dawn by the commander-in-chief of the army, Tavuru Senevirat on the grounds that he was a son not equal to his father.
Vira Bahu I of PolonnaruwaBorn: ? ? Died: ? 1196
|King of Polonnaruwa
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