Jayavarman II declares himself as God-King of Angkor and the Khmer Empire. He institutes four capitals to gain power over his Kingdom. King Jayavarman II expands his realm, through marriage, alliances and war. He establisheds Hindu temples to symbolise the Kingdom's religion; Hinduism. Jayavarman II's successors continues to develop more temples and inlarge the realm.
Statue of Jayavarman II