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An inscribed stone bar, rectangular in shape, bears the ye-dharmma formula in Pallava script of the 7th century, thus proclaiming the Buddhist character of the shrine near the find-spot site I of which only the basement survives. It is inscribed on three faces in Pallava script of the 6th century, possibly earlier. Except for the Cherok Tokkun Inscription which was engraved on a large boulder, other inscriptions discovered in Bujang Valley are comparatively small in size and probably were brought in by Buddhist pilgrimage or traders.
Between the 7th and the 13th century, much of the Malay peninsula was under the Buddhist Srivijaya empire. The site of Srivijaya's centre is thought be at a river mouth in eastern Sumatra , based near what is now Palembang. The empire was based around trade, with local kings dhatus or community leaders swearing allegiance to the central lord for mutual profit.
Kedah—known as Kedaram , Cheh-Cha according to I-Ching or Kataha , in ancient Pallava or Sanskrit —was in the direct route of the invasions and was ruled by the Cholas from A second invasion was led by Virarajendra Chola of the Chola dynasty who conquered Kedah in the late 11th century. The coming of the Chola reduced the majesty of Srivijaya , which had exerted influence over Kedah , Pattani and as far as Ligor.
During the reign of Kulothunga Chola I Chola overlordship was established over the Srivijaya province kedah in the late 11th century. Pattinapalai , a Tamil poem of the 2nd century CE, describes goods from Kedaram heaped in the broad streets of the Chola capital. A 7th-century Indian drama, Kaumudhimahotsva , refers to Kedah as Kataha-nagari. The Agnipurana also mentions a territory known as Anda-Kataha with one of its boundaries delineated by a peak, which scholars believe is Gunung Jerai.
Stories from the Katasaritasagaram describe the elegance of life in Kataha. The Buddhist kingdom of Ligor took control of Kedah shortly after. Its king Chandrabhanu used it as a base to attack Sri Lanka in the 11th century and ruled the northern parts, an event noted in a stone inscription in Nagapattinum in Tamil Nadu and in the Sri Lankan chronicles, Mahavamsa. At times, the Khmer kingdom, the Siamese kingdom, and even Cholas kingdom tried to exert control over the smaller Malay states. Wars with the Javanese caused it to request assistance from China, and wars with Indian states are also suspected.
In the 11th century, the centre of power shifted to Malayu , a port possibly located further up the Sumatran coast near the Jambi River.
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Areas which were converted to Islam early, such as Aceh , broke away from Srivijaya's control. By the late 13th century, the Siamese kings of Sukhothai had brought most of Malaya under their rule. In the 14th century, the Hindu Java-based Majapahit empire came into possession of the peninsula. An excavation by Tom Harrisson in unearthed a series of Chinese ceramics at Santubong near Kuching that date to the Tang and the Song dynasties in the 8th to 13th centuries AD.
It is possible that Santubong was an important seaport in Sarawak during the period, but its importance declined during the Yuan dynasty , and the port was deserted during the Ming dynasty. After decades of Javanese domination, there were several last efforts made by Sumatran rulers to revive the old prestige and fortune of Malay-Srivijayan Mandala. Several attempts to revive Srivijaya were made by the fleeing princes of Srivijaya. It was said that after his accession to Seguntang Hill with his two younger brothers, Sang Sapurba entered into a sacred covenant with Demang Lebar Daun, the native ruler of Palembang.
Sang Sapurba was said to have reigned in Minangkabau lands. According to tradition, he was related to Sang Sapurba. He maintained control over Temasek for 48 years. He was recognized as ruler over Temasek by an envoy of the Chinese Emperor sometime around He later headed north and founded the Sultanate of Malacca in Islam came to the Malay Archipelago through the Arab and Indian traders in the 13th century, ending the age of Hinduism and Buddhism. The syncretic form of islam in Malaysia was influenced by previous religions and was originally not orthodox.
The port of Malacca on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula was founded in by Parameswara , a Srivijayan prince fleeing Temasek now Singapore ,  Parameswara in particular sailed to Temasek to escape persecution. There he came under the protection of Temagi, a Malay chief from Patani who was appointed by the king of Siam as regent of Temasek. Within a few days, Parameswara killed Temagi and appointed himself regent.
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Some five years later he had to leave Temasek, due to threats from Siam. During this period, a Javanese fleet from Majapahit attacked Temasek. Parameswara headed north to found a new settlement. Finding that the Muar location was not suitable, he continued his journey northwards. Along the way, he reportedly visited Sening Ujong former name of present-day Sungai Ujong before reaching a fishing village at the mouth of the Bertam River former name of the Melaka River , and founded what would become the Malacca Sultanate.
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Over time this developed into modern-day Malacca Town. According to the Malay Annals , here Parameswara saw a mouse deer outwitting a dog resting under a Malacca tree.
Taking this as a good omen, he decided to establish a kingdom called Malacca. He built and improved facilities for trade. The Malacca Sultanate is commonly considered the first independent state in the peninsula. Later, Parameswara was escorted by Zheng He and other envoys in his successful visits. Malacca's relationships with Ming granted protection to Malacca against attacks from Siam and Majapahit and Malacca officially submitted as a protectorate of Ming China.
This encouraged the development of Malacca into a major trade settlement on the trade route between China and India , Middle East , Africa and Europe. The emperor of Ming dynasty China was sending out fleets of ships to expand trade. Admiral Zheng He called at Malacca and brought Parameswara with him on his return to China, a recognition of his position as legitimate ruler of Malacca. In exchange for regular tribute, the Chinese emperor offered Melaka protection from the constant threat of a Siamese attack.
Because of its strategic location, Malacca was an important stopping point for Zheng He 's fleet. According to one theory, Parameswara became a Muslim when he married a Princess of Pasai and he took the fashionable Persian title "Shah", calling himself Iskandar Shah. He ruled Malacca from to After an initial period paying tribute to the Ayutthaya ,  the kingdom rapidly assumed the place previously held by Srivijaya, establishing independent relations with China, and exploiting its position dominating the Straits to control the China-India maritime trade, which became increasingly important when the Mongol conquests closed the overland route between China and the west.
Within a few years of its establishment, Malacca officially adopted Islam. Parameswara became a Muslim, and because Malacca was under a Muslim prince, the conversion of Malays to Islam accelerated in the 15th century. Malacca was an important commercial centre during this time, attracting trade from around the region. Malacca's reign lasted little more than a century, but during this time became the established centre of Malay culture. Most future Malay states originated from this period. Malacca's fashions in literature, art, music, dance and dress, and the ornate titles of its royal court , came to be seen as the standard for all ethnic Malays.
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The court of Malacca also gave great prestige to the Malay language , which had originally evolved in Sumatra and been brought to Malacca at the time of its foundation. In time Malay came to be the official language of all the Malaysian states, although local languages survived in many places. After the fall of Malacca, the Sultanate of Brunei became the major centre of Islam. From the 15th century onwards, the Portuguese started seeking a maritime route towards Asia. In , Afonso de Albuquerque led an expedition to Malaya which seized Malacca with the intent of using it as a base for activities in southeast Asia.
By the late 16th century, the tin mines of northern Malaya had been discovered by European traders, and Perak grew wealthy on the proceeds of tin exports. After the fall of Malacca to Portugal, the Johor Sultanate on the southern Malay peninsula and the Sultanate of Aceh on northern Sumatra moved to fill the power vacuum left behind. In , the Sultanate of Aceh rose as the powerful and wealthiest state in the Malay archipelago. Under Iskandar Muda 's reign, the sultanate's control was extended over a number of Malay states. A notable conquest was Perak , a tin-producing state on the Peninsula.
The conflict over control of the straits went on until , when the Dutch allied to Johor gained control of Malacca. The Dutch expanded across the archipelago, forming an alliance with Johor and using this to push the Portuguese out of Malacca in Johor was part of the Malaccan Sultanate before the Portuguese conquered the port town of Malacca in In the so called "Triangular war", Aceh launched multiple raids against both Johor and Portuguese forces to tighten its grip over the straits.
The rise and expansion of Aceh encouraged the Portuguese and Johor to sign a truce to divert their attention to Aceh. The truce, however, was short-lived and with Aceh severely weakened, Johor and the Portuguese had each other in their sights again. In the early 17th century, the Dutch reached Southeast Asia. At that time the Dutch were at war with the Portuguese and allied themselves to Johor. The Dutch took control of Malacca and agreed not to seek territories or wage war with Johor. By the time the fortress at Malacca surrendered, the town's population had already been greatly decimated by famine and disease.
Initially there was an attempt of an alliance between Johor and Jambi by way of a promised marriage. However, the alliance broke down and a year war then ensued between Johor and the Sumatran state beginning in After the sacking of Batu Sawar in , the capital of Johor was frequently moved to avoid the threat of attack from Jambi.
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The Sultan escaped to Pahang and died four years later. His successor, Sultan Ibrahim — , then engaged the help of the Bugis in the fight to defeat Jambi. On top of this, the Minangkabaus of Sumatra also started to assert their influence. In the s the Bugis, who played an important role in defeating Jambi two decades earlier, had a huge influence in Johor.
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Both the Bugis and the Minangkabau realised how the death of Sultan Mahmud II in had provided them with the chance to exert power in Johor. Dissatisfied with Raja Kecil's accession, Raja Sulaiman, asked Daeng Parani of the Bugis to aid him in his quest to reclaim the throne.
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Raja Sulaiman became the new Sultan of Johore, but he was a weak ruler and became a puppet of the Bugis. He became sultan through the efforts of Tun Saban, a local leader and trader between Perak and Klang.