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941 – 944
Emperor of Angkor
944 – 968
968 – 1001
Baksei Chamkrong Temple (completed 948)
East Mebon Temple (953)
Pre Rup Temple (961)
Bat Chum Temple
Banteay Srei Temple (967)
Phimeanakas Temple (started?)
|Relatives:||Uncle and first cousin of Harshavarman II (reign 941 – 944 CE)
Father of Jayavarman V (reign 968 – 1001 CE)
Many scholars believe that Rajendravarman II instituted a system of centralised administration, establishing more direct control over a collection of princes who had been largely independent at their estates in the provinces.
Rajendravarman II was succeeded by his 10-year-old son, who reigned as Jayavarman V.