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Ettayapuram Ettappan

Ettayapuram was originally Ilasanadu, which was ruled by the Pandya Kings. When they could no longer rule directly, Ettappan was appointed as Zamindar.

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GRT_FORMAT - - Golden Research Thoughts
Cleverly, the Company had also recruited Ettappan, king of the neighbouring territory of Ettayapuram, as a spy. He informed them that Kattabomman's soldiers  ...

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Ettayapuram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ettappan. The remains of Ettappan's palace. Ettappan carries a mixed image.
Palaiyakkarar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kumarathalavan. Eravappa Nayakkan.
Veerapandiya Kattabomman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Who do you think is the biggest traitor in the world history? - History
In the history of Tamil Nadu Ettappan is considered to be the epitome of betrayal of his neighboring petty chieftain the Raja of Ettayapuram by name Ettappan.
Historic Alleys: Cat, Ettappa & Dumby
Dec 18, 2008 To be more accurate, Ettayapuram and Panjalamkurichi, the home towns of VeerPandya Kattabomman and his nemesis Ettappan.

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