Adwayawarman was the father of King Adityawarman of Malayapura kingdom as mentioned in the Kuburajo I Inscription. His alias name was Adwayadwaja, as he was called in the Bukit Gombak Inscription.
Historian Slamet Muljana suspect that Adwayawarman was also the same person as Adwayabrahma, which was mentioned in inscriptions in Padang ROCO. Adwayabrahma was the name of one of the senior officials Javanese as rakryan mahamantri of singhasari Kingdom, which was sent for the carriage of the statue of Amoghapasha in Dharmasraya Kingdom. If this statement is true, Adityawarman was the king of the Malay-Javanese mixed blood.
Mentioned in the book Pararaton Chronicle of the Javanese kings that Dara Jingga, one of the Malay Princess who was brought back to Java Pamalayu expedition, was married to a Javanese nobleman Alaki DEWA. His son was called Janaka or Tuhan Sri Marmadewa, who finally reigned in Sumatra called aji Mantrolot. However, there is no clear historical sources that can be used to confirm that the virgin was Adwayawarman, or his son or Tuhan Janaka Sri Marmadewa, aji Mantrolot do Adityawarman.
- Jingga, princess of Dharmasraya and his father was Majapahit nobleman Adwayawarman He might have visited China for a diplomatic expedition in 1325 if
- the heir of the Singasari kingdom, while Dara Jingga was married to Adwayawarman Jayanagara was born from the marriage of Raden Wijaya and Dara Petak