Kingdom of Melayu.
Buddhist kingdoms in Sumatra appeared around the sixth century and to-7. History records two Buddhist-oriented government in Sumatra, the Melayu and the Government of the kingdom of Sriwijaya. Sriwijaya kingdom of further hamper dominate all the information about the state of Sumatra -7 century to the 11th. Malay government is one of the oldest government in Indonesia. Based on historical evidence of bias was found, estimated Melayu kingdom centered in Jambi province, exactly on the edge of the river channel Batanghari. Along the river channel Batanghari be found many relics temple and sculptures.
Other historical sources which can be used as an indication of the existence of the Melayu Kingdom is a note from one of the Chinese rover named I-Tsing (671-695). It mentions that in the 7th century there was a kingdom called Malay government politically incorporated into the territory of the Kingdom of Sriwijaya. From the story I-Tsing, please note that the Melayu kingdom located in the Straits of Malacca is the nearest trade route between India and China. According to the Book Negarakertagama, in 1275, King Kertanagara from the government in Java hold conquest expedition to Sumatra. The expedition is called expedition Pamalayu.
After long enough under the authority of Srivijaya, the Melayu government reemerged as the center of power in Sumatra. In 17, Nagari, son Adwayawarman Melayu kingdom rule. Nagari ruled until the year 1375. Then, succeeded by his son Anangwarman.