Champaball, Champaball Kingdom, or Kingdom of Champaball (7th century-1832) was a collection of independent Cham kingdomballs and polities that extended across the coast of what is today central and southern Vietnam-icon.png Vietnamball. From approximately the 7th century through 1832

Chamballs are an Austronesian ethnic group that are Champaball's modern remnants as one of Vietnamball's ethnic minorities.


A descendant of 7-icon.png 7balls, Champaball was preceded in the region by a kingdom named Linyiball that was in existence from 192 AD; the historical relationship between Linyiball and Champaball is not clear.

Throughout most of his history, he was a very Indianized kingdom (by adapting Hinduism, Buddhism, Sanskrit, and Indian Architecture) and shared relations and rivaled with Khmer Empire-icon.png Khmer Empireball.

Champa reached its apogee in the 9th and 10th centuries. Starting in the 10th century and after the 17th century, he became Muslim. Thereafter, it began a gradual decline under pressure from Dai Viet-icon.png Đại Việtball. In 1832, the Vietnamese emperor Minh Mạng annexed the remaining Cham territories. Already learned the concept of Jihad from Malays, they waged a (merely symbolic) final Jihad against Ming Mang but failed. While their lives were spared, the punishment was being forced to eat pork, lizards, monkeys, and everything haram.



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