Bhadravarman I

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Bhadravarman or Phạm Hồ Đạt (, Sanskrit Bhadravarman, literally "Blessed armour" but also meaning the Jasminum sambac flower), was the king of Champa from 380 to 413.wikipedia
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Champa

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Bhadravarman or Phạm Hồ Đạt (, Sanskrit Bhadravarman, literally "Blessed armour" but also meaning the Jasminum sambac flower), was the king of Champa from 380 to 413.
The first king acknowledged in the inscriptions is Bhadravarman, who reigned from AD 380 to AD 413.

Mỹ Sơn

My SonMỹ Sơn SanctuaryMy Son Sanctuary
He built temples and palaces, all facing north, at Mỹ Sơn and Trà Kiệu.
The earliest historical events documented by the evidence recovered at Mỹ Sơn relate to the era of King Fànhúdá (, Sanskrit Bhadravarman, literally "Blessed armour" but also meaning the Jasminum sambac flower), who ruled from 380 until 413, and who spent the latter part of his reign waging war against the population of Chinese-occupied northern Vietnam.

Pallava dynasty

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The use of the honorific title varman, very common amongst the Pallava dynasty kings, was borrowed by the kings of Cambodia.
Pallava royal lineages were influential in the old kingdom of Kedah of the Malay Peninsula under Rudravarman I, Champa under Bhadravarman I and the Kingdom of the Funan in Cambodia.

Sanskrit

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Bhadravarman or Phạm Hồ Đạt (, Sanskrit Bhadravarman, literally "Blessed armour" but also meaning the Jasminum sambac flower), was the king of Champa from 380 to 413.

Jasminum sambac

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Bhadravarman or Phạm Hồ Đạt (, Sanskrit Bhadravarman, literally "Blessed armour" but also meaning the Jasminum sambac flower), was the king of Champa from 380 to 413.

Indrapura (Champa)

Indrapura
Also the same year, the King moved the capital to Indrapura in Quảng Nam Province.

Quảng Nam Province

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Also the same year, the King moved the capital to Indrapura in Quảng Nam Province.

Trà Kiệu

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He built temples and palaces, all facing north, at Mỹ Sơn and Trà Kiệu.

Vedas

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Significantly, Bhadravarman was a renowned scholar, well-versed in all four Vedas and the author of several inscriptions in Sanskrit.

Vietnam

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In 399, Bhadravarman went on a military campaign up north and succeeded in capturing the Vietnamese provinces of Rinan and Jiuzhen (Cửu Chân).

Rinan

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In 399, Bhadravarman went on a military campaign up north and succeeded in capturing the Vietnamese provinces of Rinan and Jiuzhen (Cửu Chân).

Jiuzhen

Jiuzhen CommanderyCửu Chân
In 399, Bhadravarman went on a military campaign up north and succeeded in capturing the Vietnamese provinces of Rinan and Jiuzhen (Cửu Chân).

History of Champa

ChampaLam Ap Kingdom
The first king acknowledged in the inscriptions is Bhadravarman, who reigned from 380 to 413.

Đông Yên Châu inscription

Dong Yen Chau inscription
Though not itself dated, the phrasing of the inscription is identical with those of dated Sanskrit inscriptions of Bhadravarman I of the second dynasty, who ruled Champa at the end of the 4th century CE.

Pallar

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And also lineage in the old kingdom of Kedah of the Malay Peninsula under Rudravarman I, Champa under Bhadravarman I and the Kingdom of the Funan in Cambodia.

List of monarchs of Vietnam

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