Cheraman Perumal

Cheraman Perumal (Tamil: சேரமான் பெருமாள்; Malayalam:ചേരമാൻ പെരുമാൾ; Arabic: رضي الله عنه) is the royal title used by the rulers of the Chera dynasty in southern India.

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Kavalappara Swaroopam
... According to local tradition, Kavalappara dates back to the legendary Cheraman Perumal, who gave his Nair a block of 12 square miles in Nedunganad that no other Nair wanted, as it was supposed to be ... Moopil Nayar or Karekkat Moothar lays claim to the area as a grant from the inimitable Cheraman perumal ... Another legend goes thus - It appears that the Cheraman perumal has a minister who was from the Tamil lands ...
Chirakkal Raja - Recorded History
... As per legend, the last Perumal who ruled Kerala divided his kingdom between his nephews, his sons, relatives and nobles converted to Islam and travelled to Mecca on a hajj ... in the following fashion The last and the famous Perumal king Cheraman Perumal ruled Kerala for 36 years ... Another legend mentions that the Queen of a Cheraman Perumal had an illicit liaison with one of the courtiers ...
History Of Thrissur - Cochin Royal Family
... There is an oft-recited legend that the last Perumal who ruled Kerala divided his kingdom between his nephews and his sons, converting to Islam and traveling to Mecca on a hajj ... The Keralolpathi recounts the above narrative in the following fashion The last and the famous Perumal king Cheraman Perumal ruled Kerala for 36 years ... Cheraman Perumal divided the land in half, 17 amsha north of Neelaeswaram and 17 amsha south, totaling 34 amsha, and gave his powers to nephews and sons ...
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