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Kolathiri

In Kolathunādu, feudatories of Kolathiri were predominantly of the Nambiār clan, and exercised quasi-independent and possessed armies of their own.

Kolathiri is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kolathiri books and related discussion.

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APPENDIX I
202. APPENDIX II. The Kolathiris (1663-1723)*.
THE COAST ADRIFT: THE ALI RAJA AND THE RISE OF NEW
Tamburan announcing the death of the Kolathiri.
THE CHIRAKKAL DYNASTY: READINGS THROUGH HISTORY
conclusive evidence in support to this view (in Menon, 1972).
Aspects of state formation in South India and Southeast Asia, 1500
CHAPTER V THE MYSOREAN CONQUEST AND TIIE ENGLISH

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Kerala war festival attracts large participation
The festival is celebrated in commemoration of the numerous wars they (Nair family) led and fought as part of the army of the Kolathiris. It is also being known as 'kayyamkali', it means a martial exercise using hands.

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