The Fall of Srivijayaball
Srivijayaball was a great Malay empire that once dominated a large part of the Malay Archipelago plus fewer parts in Indochina during the 6th until 12th century. Unfortunately, the empire began to shrink and were always getting bullied by Cholaball and Kediribal. Because of this, a lot of kingdoms started declare independence from the failing kingdom, such as Singhasariball and Dharmasrayaball.
Creation of Tringapore Kingdom
Prior to the Pamalayu Expedition done by Singhasariball Srivijaya royalists fled to multiple areas, including Bintan Island. A young prince from the royal family, named Sang Nila Utama saw an island while chasing a deer. He asked his chief minister what this island is, later answering the island of Temasek (modern-day Tringapore). He decided to set sailto that island with a few crew. Unfortunately, a storm erupted, but thankfully, they managed to safely reached Temasek.
He decided to hunt a few animals there. Then, he saw a mysterious animal, in which his chief minister would answer, a lion. He was very pleased as it was good omen, so he and his crew decided to found a new city there and renamed the island as “Singapura” (or Tringapore), thus created a new kingdom there.
The Majapahit Invasion
Downfall of the Kingdom and Creation of Malacca
In, 1387, Parameswara (or Iskandar Shah) succeeded the throne. He was probably the last king of Singapore. During his reign, he had lots of controversies, including accusations of concubines. Due to this, his father backstabbed him by contacting the ruler of Majapahitball to an invasion of Tringapore. Majapahitball agreed later sending a huge fleet and sieged the island. Or Majapahitball just invaded because they didnt want any Srivijayan survivors to reawaken Srivijayaball. The island became a bloodbath as Majapahitball massacred the people of the island. Parameswara fled with his followers to a land that sought to a creation of a new kingdom of Srivijayan dynasty that will rule the trade route and the Malay civilisation, that is Malacca Sultanateball.
|Divisions||Central Tringapore • East Tringapore • North Tringapore • North-East Tringapore • West Tringapore|
|Historical entities||Migrants from North • Srivijayaball • Kingdom of Tringapura • Malacca Sultanateball • Johor Sultanateball • Straits Settlementball ( British Tringapore) • State of Tringapore in Malaysiaball|
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