|Kingdom of Raigama|
|-||1392-1397||Vira Bahu II|
|-||1409-1412||Parakrama Bahu Epa|
|-||Fall of Gampola Kingdom||1391|
|-||Fall of Raigama Kingdom||1412|
Raigama, according to some historians, was the seventh capital of ancient Lanka, after Anuradhapura (4th century BC – 10th century AD), Polonnaruwa (10th century – mid-13th century), Dambadeniya (1232–72), Yapahuwa (1272–93), Kurunegala (1293–1341) and Gampola (1341–47). It is said to have been the capital for 68 years, until Parakramabahu VI moved to the comforts of Sri Jayawardenepura-Kotte in 1415.
- Raigampura Rajadhaniya by Gunasena Gamage, Sarasvati Publications, Divulapitya
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