1. Coḷagaṅga.– A Damiḷa chief of South India, subdued by Laṅkāpura (Cv.lxxvi.121). He was then put to rule over the district of Parittikkuṇḍi. Ibid., lxxvii.8.
2. Coḷagaṅga.– King of Sri Lanka (1196‑7 A.C.). He was the son of King Nissanka’s sister. He slew Vikkamabāhu III and reigned for nine months. He was then deposed by the general Kitti and his eyes were put out. Cv.lxxx.29 ﬀ.