Vira Narendra Sinha of Kandy
|Vira Parakrama Narendra Sinha|
|King of Kandy|
|Reign||4 June 1707 – 13 May 1739|
|Successor||Sri Vijaya Rajasinha|
|Died||13 May 1739
|Spouse||2 brides from Madurai and the daughter of Monaravila Dissave of Matale|
|Issue||Unambuwe and another boy|
|House||House of Dinajara|
Vira Parakrama Narendra Sinha (1707–1739 AD) was the last Sinhalese King of Sri Lanka of the Kingdom of Kandy. The son of Vimaladharmasurya II, he came to the throne when he was seventeen years old and reigned for 32 years.
Vira Parakrama Narendra Sinha was believed to be a considerably pious monarch, and like his predecessor, he lived at peace with the Dutch invaders and devoted himself to the furtherance of literature and religion. His wife was a Madurai Nayak Dynasty princess from southern India. Since he had no children of his own he was succeeded by his wife's brother, Sri Vijaya Rajasinha, who was of Nayakkar nationality which originated from south India. After that the throne of the Sinhalese kings passed to the Nayakkars till the monarchy ended.
Vira Narendra Sinha of KandyBorn: ? 1690 Died: May 13 1739
|King of Kandy
4 June 1707–13 May 1739
Sri Vijaya Rajasinha