The Indianized States of Southeast Asia

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University of Hawaii Press, Jun 1, 1975 - History - 424 pages
Traces the story of India's expansion that is woven into the culture of Southeast Asia.
 

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CHAPTER 1
3
Indochina and Malaya today can give us an approximate idea
10
INDIANIZATION
14
THE FIRST INDIAN KINGDOMS
36
THE SECOND INDIANIZATION
46
THE DISMEMBERMENT OF FUNAN
65
of Jambi The pilgrim lching stopped off
80
THE RISE OF SRIVIJAYA THE DIVISION OF
81
SŪRYAVARMAN I
134
THE MAHĪDHARAPURA DYNASTY OF
152
Chaiya and of the Bay of Bandon on the east
162
CAMBODIA AT THE HEIGHT OF ITS POWER
169
THE REPERCUSSIONS OF THE
189
establishtd at Kadiri and forced them to get back on
201
THE DECLINE OF THE INDIAN KINGDOMS
218
THE END OF THE INDIAN KINGDOMS
235

FOUNDATION OF THE KINGDOM OF
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anarchy apparently without a king 8 or divided among
98
tion real or simulated is too well known
102
THE FLOWERING OF THE KINGDOMS OF
110
SANFOCHI OR THE SUMATRAN KINGDOM
130
CONCLUSION
247
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN NOTES
257
NOTES
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of kshatriya it might be better to read Cha
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