Champa

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Chăm Pa
Chiêm Thành
192–1832
The territory o Champa circa 1380 unner the rule o Keeng Che Bunga
Caipital Kandapurpura (192 – 605)
Simhapura (605 – 757)
Virapura (757 – 875)
Indrapura(875 – 982)
Vijaya
(982 – 1471)
Panduranga (1471–1832)
Leids Chamic leids, Malay, Sanskrit
Releegion Islam, Hinduism an Buddhism
Government Monarchy
History
 -  Established 192
 -  Panduranga annexed bi Vietnam's Nguyễn dynasty 1832
The day pairt o  Vietnam
 Laos
 Cambodie

The term Champa refers tae a collection o independent Cham polities that extendit athort the coast o whit is the day central an soothren Vietnam frae approximately the 2nt century throu 19t century (1832), afore bein absorbed an annexed bi the Vietnamese state.[1]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Parker, Vrndavan Brannon. "Vietnam's Champa Kingdom Marches on". Hinduism Today. Retrieved 21 November 2015.