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Kerala History Part 2 Chinthamani Sep-oct 2013

Kerala History Part 2 Chinthamani Sep-oct 2013

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Published by Dr Suvarna Nalapat
There are several South Indian stone/copper plate inscriptions which throw light to Kerala’s past. The temples of Kerala and their rich collection of evidence is not much utilized by historians so far. Therefore , the Trust undertook a study based on these. In this part the available Pallava history of Kerala, its relation to stories told in several popular scriptures, and subaltern histories, comparison with central Indian Sarabhapureeya inscription history is done.Available Malabar inscriptions are cited as a Table .Timespan of Munda and other Adivasi races of India, their relation to Royal families and the genetic (DNA) evidence of a scholar of Kerala/Ujjain are also probed for a clear picture of Kerala history from pre-historic days. In the next few volumes the findings from each of the temples have to be analysed and for this , this introductory part is essential.
The September October Issue of Chinthamani online Journal is different from the earlier journals, since it attempts a bilingual (English and Malayalam) publication of a Research work undertaken by the Trust .Hereafter Chinthamani will be a Bimonthly, and every Issue will deal with part of the book “Kerala History”. More than 72 temples were visited for the purpose.Thanks to Archeological society of India (ASI),Cochin,Malabar,and Thiruvithamkore Devaswam Board ,Zamorins of Calicut for permitting to undertake research in the various temples under their jurisdiction.
Thanks to each of the Temple Ooraalers/Trustees who had given valuable information and help during field work.
There are several South Indian stone/copper plate inscriptions which throw light to Kerala’s past. The temples of Kerala and their rich collection of evidence is not much utilized by historians so far. Therefore , the Trust undertook a study based on these. In this part the available Pallava history of Kerala, its relation to stories told in several popular scriptures, and subaltern histories, comparison with central Indian Sarabhapureeya inscription history is done.Available Malabar inscriptions are cited as a Table .Timespan of Munda and other Adivasi races of India, their relation to Royal families and the genetic (DNA) evidence of a scholar of Kerala/Ujjain are also probed for a clear picture of Kerala history from pre-historic days. In the next few volumes the findings from each of the temples have to be analysed and for this , this introductory part is essential.
The September October Issue of Chinthamani online Journal is different from the earlier journals, since it attempts a bilingual (English and Malayalam) publication of a Research work undertaken by the Trust .Hereafter Chinthamani will be a Bimonthly, and every Issue will deal with part of the book “Kerala History”. More than 72 temples were visited for the purpose.Thanks to Archeological society of India (ASI),Cochin,Malabar,and Thiruvithamkore Devaswam Board ,Zamorins of Calicut for permitting to undertake research in the various temples under their jurisdiction.
Thanks to each of the Temple Ooraalers/Trustees who had given valuable information and help during field work.

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 The September October Issue of Chinthamani online Journal is different fromthe earlier journals, since it attempts a
bilingual (English and Malayalam)
 publication of a Research work undertaken by the Trust .HereafterChinthamani will be a Bimonthly, and every Issue will deal with part of thebook “Kerala History”. More than 72 temples were visited for thepurpose.Thanks to Archeological society of India (ASI),Cochin,Malabar,andThiruvithamkore Devaswam Board ,Zamorins of Calicut for permitting toundertake research in the various temples under their jurisdiction.Thanks to each of the Temple Ooraalers/Trustees who had given valuableinformation and help during field work.
DR SUVARNA NALAPAT TRUSTFOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
KeralaHistorybased ontempletraditionsPart 2
History of Pallavas of Kerala, their Timespanand scripts /Inscriptions
 
Dr Suvarna Nalapat
There are several South Indian stone/copper plate inscriptions which throw light to Kerala’s past. Thetemples of Kerala and their rich collection of evidence is not much utilized by historians so far. Therefore ,the Trust undertook a study based on these. In this part the available Pallava history of Kerala, its relation tostories told in several popular scriptures, and subaltern histories, comparison with central IndianSarabhapureeya inscription history is done.Available Malabar inscriptions are cited as a Table .Timespan of Munda and other Adivasi races of India, their relation to Royal families and the genetic (DNA) evidence of ascholar of Kerala/Ujjain are also probed for a clear picture of Kerala history from pre-historic days. In thenext few volumes the findings from each of the temples have to be analysed and for this , this introductorypart is essential.
 
2Peruvanam Ground Plan, andtemple,Serpent design at Jain Temple Vaithiri, Padma at Veliyambam kotta Bhagavathi Temple, Elephant atThiruvanchikkulam, Varavoor Kulaseharapuram Thali temple, and an Inscription at Thrikkotithanam are seenin this page.
 
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Kerala History based on Temple traditions of Kerala Part 2History of Pallavas of Kerala, their Timespan and scripts /Inscriptions
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Dr Suvarna Nalapat Trust(Dr Suvarna Nalapat Trust for Education and Research) September /October Issue of ChinthamaniJournal .
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1
Tamil Chronology according to Modern Historians.
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2
South Indian Stone Inscriptions
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3
Inscriptions of Pallavas and their relation to Kerala History
 
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4
Malabar Inscriptions
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A topographical list of Inscriptions of Madras Presidency . V .Rangacharya .Asian Education Series .New Delhi 1985 ASI Thrissur CircleACC 2125/14/12/04
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South Indian Inscriptions Vol 5 Director Epigraphy Mysore on behalf of Director General
Archeological
Survey of India 1986 ASI No:417/34/ASI V)
 
5. Kathaasarith Saagaram, Haalaasyamaahaathmyam and Narayan KannoorSaasanam/Inscription
 
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6 Story of Goureemundan
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7.
Kerala and Naravahana Datha
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8.
Timespan of Adisankara and Kathaasarithsaagara
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9.The gene of Vararuchi
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Appendix
: Comparison of Brahmi and pallava scripts
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