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
Ko Cheng
Ko Cheng, or Jaya Simhavarman V, was a king of Champa from 1390–1400. During his reign, he abandoned most of the territory won by his predecessor, Che Bong Nga.
Fan Wen
Fan Wen was the King of Champa from 336 to 349. Fan Wen was the commander in chief to Fan Yi, and, after Fan Yi's death in 336, he seized the throne. In 340, he sent an embassy to China to request ...
Amath Yashya
Amath Yashya (also transliterated Amadh Yahya) is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Sam Rainsy Party and was elected to represent Kampong Cham Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in...
Indravarman VI
Indravarman VI (also known by his pre-regnal name Ba Dich Lai) was a King of Champa from 1440 to 1441. After his father's death in 1440, Indravarman VI turned against the Khmers. In order to maintai...
Amu Nhan
Amu Nhan is one of Vietnam's foremost experts on Cham music.
Che Chi
Chế Chi, or Jaya Sinhavarman IV, was the king of Champa from 1307 - 1312. Because Chế Chi's Vietnamese mother refused to die with her husband and Chế Chi's father, Chế Mân, Chế Chi set out to recaptu...
Fan Yang Mai II
Fan Yang Mai II or Pham Duong Mai II was the King of Champa from 421 to about 446. In 431, the King was denied the aid of the King of Funan during a war with the Chinese governor of Chiao Chou. In ...
Fan Hsiung
Fan Hsiung or Pham Hung was the King of Champa, then known as Lin-yi, in the 270 AD. In 270, T'ao Huang, the Chinese governor of Giao Chi, reported that Fan Hsiung was repeatedly assaulting his land w...
Fan Fat
Fan Fo (Chinese: 范佛 (pinyin: Fàn Fó, Cantonese: Fan Fat) Vietnamese: Pham Phat) was the King of Champa from 349 to 380. In 353, the King was defeated by the Chinese governor of Jiaozhi. ...
Indravarman V
Indravarman V was a king of Champa whose reign began in 1265 by declining to give his respects in person to the Mongol Khan, Kublai Khan. He died, however, before he could face the wrath of Mongolia,...
Jaya Paramesvaravarman II
Jaya Paramesvaravarman II, born Prince Angsaraja of Turai-vijaya, was the king of Champa from 1220 to 1254. In 1252, nonstop territorial growth by Champa caused the Vietnamese king Tran Thai Tong to ...
Fan Yang Mai I
Fan Yang Mai I or Pham Duong Mai I following years of internal trouble, overthrew the previous dynasty and seized the throne in 420. After an unsuccessful raid in Tongking he requested investiture fro...
Che Nang
Chế Nang was an Annamese vassal king of Champa. During his reign, he tried to conquer previously lost territories. In 1318, the Vietnamese king, Tran Minh Tong, dispatched generals Tran Quoc Chan an...
Houen Houei
Houen Houei was a Javanese man, who, at the beginning of the 1st century CE, brought with him the cult of Vishnu to Champa. There, he married the Cham queen Leiou Ye. Houen Houei later established the...
Jaya Indravarman VI
Jaya Indravarman VI was the king of Champa from 1254 to 1265. During his reign, the Mongols invaded Champa under commander Sogetu under Kublai Khan. Sogetu captured the port of Vijaya, but was defea...
Khu Lien
Sri Mara (Sanskrit: श्री मारा, Thai: ศรีมาระ fl. 137 or 192 AD) was the Hindu founder of the kingdom of Champa.He is known in Chinese records as Qū Lián (區連), which in Vietnamese pronunciation is Khu ...
Tra Hoa Bo Dê
Tra Hoa Bo Dê was a king of Champa from 1342 to 1360. When his uncle Che Anan died in 1342, Tra Hoa succeeded him to the throne. Che Anan's legitimate heir, Che Mo, was angered by this and later sou...
Po Binasuor
Po Binasuor, or Chế Bồng Nga, Che Bunga (Bunga is the Malay word for 'flower', and "Chế" is the Vietnamese transliteration of Cei, a Cham word that means "uncle" - and was, in the days of Champa, freq...
Po Binasuor - Wikipedia
Fan Hu Ta
Fan Hu Ta or Pham Ho Dat was the King of Champa from 380 to 413. In 380, Fan Hu Ta took the throne and the regnal name Bhadravarman I. Also in that same year, the King moved the capital to Indrapur...
Fan Tat
Fan Tat also known as Pham Dat or Fan Yi was the King of Champa, then known as Lin-yi, from 284 to 336. In 284, the King sent the first Cham envoy to the Eastern Jin Emperor. He died in 336, and was...
Lady Po Nagar
Lady Po Nagar, or Leiou Ye, was the founder of the Cham people according to legends. She originated from a peasant family in the mountains of Khánh Hòa Province. Spirits assisted her when she sailed o...
Lady Po Nagar - Wikipedia
Che Anan
Chế Anan was a king of Champa. He was originally from Annam but had reached high military ranks in Champa, and thus succeeded to the throne. After he died, his Cham son-in-law Tra Hoa Bo De succeede...
P'an-Lo T'ou-Ts'iuan
P'an-Lo T'ou-Ts'iuan or Bàn La Trà Toàn in Vietnamese (both based on readings of literary Chinese transliteration 槃羅茶全) was king of Champa from 1460 to 1471, the year of the fall of Champa. In 1471, ...
Les Kosem
Template:LesLes Kosem, also known by the nom de guerre "Po Nagar", was a Cham military officer and a prominent figure in the Second Indochina War and the Cambodian Civil War. Kosem, a paratroop colone...