Cham
Cham may refer to:
Chamic languages
The Chamic languages, also known as Aceh–Chamic and Achinese–Chamic, are a group of ten languages spoken in Aceh (Sumatra, Indonesia) and in parts of Cambodia, Vietnam, Hainan, classified as Malayo-Su...
Chamic languages - Wikipedia
Champa
The term Champa refers to a collection of independent Cham polities that extended across the coast of what is today central and southern Vietnam from approximately the 7th century through 1832, before...
Champa - Wikipedia
Cham people
The Cham people, or Campa people (Cham: Urang Campa, Vietnamese: người Chăm or người Chàm, Khmer: ជនជាតិចាម) are an ethnic group in Southeast Asia. They are concentrated between the Kampong Ch...
Cham people - Wikipedia
Jarai people
The Jarai (also Người Gia Rai, Gia Rai, or Gia-rai) is an ethnic group based primarily in Vietnam's Central Highlands. The Jarai language is a member of the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesi...
Jarai people - Wikipedia
Lâm Ấp
The kingdom of Lâm Ấp (Vietnamese pronunciation of Chinese Lin Yi, 林邑) was a kingdom from c. 200 to 750 AD in what is today central Vietnam. and was the precursor to the Champa kingdom in the same ter...
Art of Champa
Champa was an Indic civilization that flourished along the coasts of what is now central and southern Vietnam for roughly a one thousand year period between 500 and 1500 AD. The original Chams were p...
Art of Champa - Wikipedia
Chru language
Chru (Chu Ru) is a Chamic language of Vietnam, spoken by the Chamic Chru or Chu Ru people in the southern Lâm Đồng (especially in Đơn Dương District) and Bình Thuận provinces.Like other minority Chami...
Rade language
Rade (Rhade), rendered Ê-đê in Vietnamese, is a Malayo-Polynesian language of southern Vietnam. There may be some speakers in Cambodia. Bih, which has about 1,000 speakers, may be a separate language....
Cham calendar
The Cham calendar (Cham language: sakawi) is a lunar calendar used by the Cham people of Vietnam since ancient times.
The length of the month: the full month has 30 days (Cham language: balan tapă...
Jarai language
The Jarai language is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by the Jarai people of Vietnam and Cambodia. The speakers of Jarai number approximately 332,557. They are the largest of the upland ethnic g...
Tsat language
Tsat (also known as Utsat, Utset, Huíhuī, or Hainan Cham, Chinese: 回辉语/回輝語 Huíhuīyǔ) is a language spoken near Sanya, Hainan, China by the Utsuls. Tsat is a member of the Malayo-Polynesian group with...
1471 Vietnamese invasion of Champa
The Cham-Vietnamese War of 1471 began when Emperor Lê Thánh Tông of Viet Nam (then known as Đại Việt) launched a military expedition that is widely regarded as marking the downfall of Champa. The Viet...
1471 Vietnamese invasion of Champa - Wikipedia
Roglai language
The Roglai language is a Chamic language of southern Vietnam. There are four dialects (Cobbey 1977):Their autonym is Radlai, which means "forest people."
Haroi language
Haroi (Hroi) is a Chamic language of Vietnam. It is spoken by the Cham Hroi living in Binh Dinh and Phu Yen provinces.
Huyền Trân
Princess Huyền Trân (Vietnamese: Huyền Trân Công Chúa, 玄珍公主) (1289-after 1330?) later Queen Paramecvariin of Champa, was a princess during the Trần Dynasty in the history of Vietnam.She was the da...
Huyền Trân - Wikipedia
Acehnese language
Acehnese language (Achinese) is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by Acehnese people natively in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. This language is also spoken in some parts in Malaysia by Acehnese descende...
Acehnese language - Wikipedia
Po Klong Garai
Po Klong Garai is a Cham temple tower located in the medieval Cham principality of Panduranga, near the city of Phan Rang in what is now southern Vietnam. It was built in honor of the legendary king ...
Po Klong Garai - Wikipedia
History of Champa
The history of Champa begins in prehistory with the migration of the ancestors of the Cham people to mainland Southeast Asia and the founding of their Indianzed maritime kingdom based in what is now c...
History of Champa - Wikipedia
Trà Kiệu
Trà Kiệu is a village in Duy Xuyên, Quảng Nam Province, Vietnam.It was the first capital city of the Hindu Champa Kingdom, then named Simhapura, from the 4th century to the 8th century CE. Today noth...
Trà Kiệu - Wikipedia
Po Nagar
Po Nagar is a Cham temple tower founded sometime before 781 and located in the medieval principality of Kauthara, near modern Nha Trang in Vietnam. It is dedicated to Yan Po Nagar, the goddess of the...
Po Nagar - Wikipedia
Museum of Cham Sculpture
The Museum of Cham Sculpture is a museum located in Hải Châu District, Đà Nẵng, central Vietnam, near the Han River. 108°13′22″E / 16.059894°N 108.222641°E / 16.059894; 108.222...
Museum of Cham Sculpture - Wikipedia
Cham festival
The Cham people's system of festivals in Vietnam consists of agricultural festivals, religious festivals, dancing festivals, chancel festivals and tower festivals.
Utsul
The Utsuls ([hu˩ t͡saːn˧˨]; traditional Chinese: 回輝人; simplified Chinese: 回辉人; pinyin: Huíhuī rén) or (Chinese: 海南回族; pinyin: Hǎinán huízú) are an ethnic group which lives on the i...
Cham language
Cham is the language of the Cham people of Southeast Asia, and formerly the language of the kingdom of Champa in central Vietnam. A member of the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian family, ...
Vijaya (Champa)
Vijaya was a city-state in the ancient kingdom of Champa in what is now the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. It was the capital of Champa for several centuries until it was conquered by Vietnam...
Vijaya (Champa) - Wikipedia