Ali Rajas of Cannanore by K. K. N. Kurup

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Published by College Book House in Trivandrum .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Cannanore (India),
  • Kerala (India)

Subjects:

  • Arakkal, House of.,
  • Cannanore (India) -- History.,
  • Kerala (India) -- History.

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Book details

StatementK. K. N. Kurup.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS486.C26 K87
The Physical Object
Pagination132 p. :
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4865094M
LC Control Number75905031

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This monograph on ‘The Ali Rajas of Cannanore’ by Sri. K.K.N. Kurup, who is a keen student of the History of North Malabar in all its variegated phases, is a laudable work which attempts effectively to plug a hole in Kerala History. I am glad he has, by and large, succeeded in his exercise.

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ISBN ISBN Author: Binu John Mailaparambil In the second half of the seventeenth century the political and ritual relationships between the various elite houses of the kingdom of Cannanore on the Malabar Coast Cited by: 5.

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Towards the end of the century the family appears to have obtained the port and town of Old Cannanore as a grant from the Kolattiri Raja. The Ali Raja became. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Lords of the sea: the Ali Rajas of Cannanore and the political economy of Malabar () in SearchWorks catalog. After they defeated Tipu Sultan, they "restored" Cannanore to its "rightful ruler," the Ali Raja. An interesting aspect of the Ali Rajas is that, following the tradition in Kerala, they followed a matrilineal descent, so most of the rulers were women.

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Leiden ; Boston: Brill, xx, pages: illustrations maps ; 25 cm. Related Links. Eisenhower B Level Request. HFM27 M The present study focuses on the Mappila Muslim trading elites in the port city of Cannanore, particularly the Arackal Ali Rajas, on the Ali Rajas of Cannanore book coast of India and their response to the shifting power relations in the region brought about by the changes in the Indian Ocean maritime trade scenario during the last quarter of the seventeenth.

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Lords of the sea; the Ali Rajas of Cannanore and the political economy of Malabar (). Mailaparambil, Binu John. BRILL pages $ Hardcover TANAP monographs on the history of Asian-European interaction; v HF Ali Rajas of Cannanore. Trivandrum: College Book House, (OCoLC) Named Person: House of Arakkal; House of Arakkal; Maison d' Arakkal: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K K N Kurup.

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Dr KKN Kurup, a historian of the Malabar region, author of a book on the Arakkal family’s history called Aliraja of Cannanore and former vice-chancellor of Calicut University, terms the demand “absolutely irrational”.

He says there is no reason to spend public money on. The Ali Rajas of Cannanore By: Kurup, K K N. Publisher: Trivandrum, College Book House ; Subject(s): Ancient Kerala | History DDC classification: L5. ALI RAJAS OF CANNANORE, ENGLISH EAST INDIA COMPANY AND LACCADIVE ISLANDS.

ALI RAJAS OF CANNANORE, ENGLISH EAST INDIA. COMPANY AND LACCADIVE ISLANDS. K.K.N. Kur up (Calicut) This paper intends to reconstruct from original sources the history. of the acquisition of the Laccadive Islands by the E. Company from.

the Ali Rajas of Cannanore. The Laccadive Islands. The Ali Raja's political setback in Dharmapatanam Changing attitude of the VOC towards the Ali Raja Run to the coast: Prince Unnithiri A miscarried attack: the Mappila attack on the VOC fort in Cannanore Threat from the sea: the Maratha 'pirates' and Cannanore politics The growing tension 'within': the Ali Raja and the.

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Mohammed. Arakkal kingdom (Kingdom of Cannanore, Sultanate of Laccadive and Cannanore) was a former city-state on the Malabar Coast, ruled by a dynasty of the same ruling King was called Ali Raja ("the Sea Ruler") and the ruling queen was called Arakkal Beevi.

Arakkal kingdom included little more than the Cannanore town and the southern Laccadive Islands (Agatti, Kavaratti, Androth and Kalpeni. The Ali Rajas of Cannanore By: Kurup, K K N; Author.

Publisher: Thenjippalam, University of Calicut; ISBN: Subject(s): Cannanore-Kerala-History |. Lords of the sea: the Ali Rajas of Cannanore and the political economy of Malabar () MLA Mailaparambil, Binu John.

Lords of the Sea: the Ali Rajas of Cannanore and the Political Economy of Malabar (). Leiden: Brill, APA Mailaparambil, B. John. The present study focuses on the Mappila Muslim trading elites in the port city of Cannanore, particularly the Arackal Ali Rajas, on the south-west coast of India and their response to the shifting power relations in the region brought about by the changes in the Indian Ocean maritime trade scenario during the last quarter of the seventeenth century and the first quarter of the eighteenth century.

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Also known as Imbicchi Ali-Adi Raja Bibi, she succeeded brother, Mohamed Ali-Adi Raja as head of the Arakkal dynasty. She was daughter of Rani Hayashabe Adi Raja Bibi who reigned in succession to her mother, Rani Mariambe Adi Raja Bibi, who reigned ().

In her brother, under the heavy burden of debts to the Empire. Focusing Mainly On The Mappila Muslim Trading Family Of The Arackal Ali Rajas, This Book Throws Light On The Repercussions Of European Commercial Expansion On The Traditional Socio Political Relations In The South Indian Kigdom Of Cannanore During The Early Modern Period.

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Cannanore became an important emporium of trade with Persia and Arabia during the 12th and 13th centuries. This era marked the rise of the family of the Ali Rajas or the Sea Kings of Cannanore.

Ali Rajas of Cannanore issued coins in gold and silver from Kannur mint. This coin was found in the denomination of Rupee and Fanam. The Sultan Ali Raja or Ali Raja or Adi Raja was the title of the Muslim king of Arakkal kingdom from the 16th to early 19th Century. The name originated in the fact that while the northern group of Amindivi had stopped in being a vassal state of the Cannanore Kingdom (Arakkal) in exchange for fealty to Tippu Sultan's Kingdom of Mysore, the southern group remained loyal to Cannanore.

The Ali Rajas of Cannanore: status and identity at the interface of commercial and political expansion, By Binu Mailaparambil John. Get PDF (13 KB) Abstract. The present study focuses on the Mappila Muslim trading elites in the port city of Cannanore, particularly the Arackal Ali Rajas, on the south-west coast of India and their.

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Focusing mainly on the Mappila Muslim trading family of the Arackal Ali Rajas, this book throws light on the repercussions of European commercial expansion on the traditional socio-political relations in the South Indian kigdom of Cannanore during the early-modern period.

Kannur’s rich and vibrant landscape is host to the great Arakkal Kettu Museum, former residence of the only Muslim Royal Family in Kerala, the Arakkal Ali Rajas. Step inside this beautiful architectural marvel and be transported to a different era, with heirlooms and artefacts of.

Kannur later passed into Dutch hands, and in the 17th century, this fort was sold by the Dutch to King Ali Raja of the Arakkal dynasty. Kannur then became the capital city of the only Muslim Sultanate in Kerala, and the strong Muslim influence in the city holds true to this day.Abstract.

The present study focuses on the Mappila Muslim trading elites in the port city of Cannanore, particularly the Arackal Ali Rajas, on the south-west coast of India and their response to the shifting power relations in the region brought about by the changes in the Indian Ocean maritime trade scenario during the last quarter of the seventeenth century and the first quarter of the.The nature of the relationship between Muhammad Thakurufan and the Ali Raja of Cannanore was outlined in a letter sent by a later Ali Raja, Mariambe Ali-Adi Raja Bibi, to the Sultan Muhammad Mueenuddine I of the Maldives.

The letter was dated Friday 17 Jamada-el-oula Anno Hegirae (7 December AD ). According to the letter Muhammad.

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