Southeast Asia Up to Yunnan China Khamboja Khmer Empire of India 5000 BC?


One finds reference to Khamboja ,Sri Vijaya in ancient Sanskrit abd Tamil texts.

These two areas lie towards the eastern side of the present location of India.

Khambojas are spoken highly and they had a say in running of the fifty six kingdoms of India.

It is probable that Khamboja was included as one of the fifty six kingdoms of Bharatvarsha.

It is generally believed that Khmer, Khamboja was conquered for the first time by Rajendra Chola,son of Rajaraja Chola of Eleventh century.

Not so.

History of Khambhoja is more ancient.

Cambodia was founded by Kaundinya from Kanchipuram, India.

And the Khambojas were a Vedic tribe ruling from what is now Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Tamil Chola king also ruled from that region , after establishing his second capital there.

He was ancestor of Rama.

He built the Thiruvellari temple , seven km. From Srirangam Tamil Nadu.

He was King Sibi.

Khambojas were a Vedic tribe. Khambojas who are mentioned repeatedly in Purans, Ramayana and Mahabharatha seem to have spread to southeast Asia.

Khambojas were a Vedic tribe

This surmise is due tò the fact that the Khmer dynasty was preceded by Funnan dynasty and its reference is found ancient texts.

And the fact that Jayavarman II who is described as the King of Khmer was A Tamil.(802–850)

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Khmer Empire
ចក្រភពខ្មែរ
Chakrphup Khmer
कम्बुजदेश
Kambujadeśa
802–1431

He was preceded by Funnan Dynasty about which no information is available, save from Indian texts.

Chinese texts are silent on this subject.

And there seems to be A Tamil connection as well.

Current evidence at 8 Century may be pushed back due to the date of Ramayana as 5114 BC.

 

More to follow On Cambodia,Khamboja,Akexander and Sri Vijaya Empires.

The history of Angkor as the central area of settlement of the historical kingdom of Kambujadesa is also the history of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th to the 13th centuries.

From Kambuja itself — and so also from the Angkor region — no written records have survived other than stone inscriptions. Therefore, the current knowledge of the historical Khmer civilisation is derived primarily from:

  • Archaeological excavation, reconstruction and investigation
  • Stone inscriptions (the most important of which are foundation steles of temples), which report on the political and religious deeds of the kings
  • Reliefs in a series of temple walls with depictions of military marches, life in the palace, market scenes, and the daily life of the population
  • Reports and chronicles of Chinese diplomats, traders and travellers.

The Khmer Empire (/kəˈmɛər/; Khmer: Chakrphup Khmer or Anachak Khmer), officially the Angkor Empire (Khmer: Anachak Angkor), thepredecessor state to modern Cambodia (“Kampuchea” or “Srok Khmer” to the Khmer people), was a HinduBuddhist empire inSoutheast Asia. The empire, which grew out of the former kingdoms of Funan and Chenla, at times ruled over and/or vassalised most of mainland Southeast Asia and parts ofSouthern China, stretching from the tip of the Indochinese Peninsula northward to modern Yunnan province, China, and from Vietnam westward to Myanmar.
The “Kingdom of Cambodia” is the official English name of the country. The English “Cambodia” is an anglicisation of the French “Cambodge”, which in turn is the French transliteration of the Khmer kampuciə. Kampuchea is the shortened alternative to the country’s official name in Khmer prĕəh riəciənaacak kampuciə. The Khmerendonym Kampuchea derives from the Sanskrit name कम्बोजदेशkambojadeśa, composed of देश deśa (“land of” or “country of”) and कम्बोज kamboja, which alludes to the foundation myths of the first ancient Khmer kingdom

Reference and Citation.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khmer_Empire

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kambojas



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