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Intro


1. My aim
2. The layout of the book
3. My own insertions
4. The first impressions about the contents
5. India and Indians
6. An acute sense of not understanding
7. Entering a terrible social system
8. The doctoring and the manipulations
9. What was missed or unmentioned, or even fallaciously defined
10. NONSENSE
11. Nairs / Nayars
12. A digression to Thiyyas
13. Designing the background
14. Content of current-day populations
15. Nairs / Nayars
16. The Thiyya quandary
17. The terror that perched upon the Nayars
18. The entry of the Ezhavas
19. Exertions of the converted Christian Church
20. Ezhava-side interests
21. The takeover of Malabar
22. Keralolpathi
23. About the language Malayalam
24. Superstitions
25. Misconnecting with English
26. Feudal language
27. Claims to great antiquity
28. Piracy
29. CASTE SYSTEM
30. Slavery
31. The Portuguese
32. The DUTCH
33. The French
34. The ENGLISH
35. Kottayam
36. Mappillas
37. Mappilla outrages against the Nayars and the Hindus
38. Mappilla outrage list
39. What is repulsive about the Muslims?
40. Hyder Ali
41. Sultan Tippu
42. Women
43. Laccadive Islands
44. Ali Raja
45. Kolathiri
46. Kadathanad
47. The Zamorin and other apparitions
48. The Jews
49. SOCIAL CUSTOMS
50. Hinduism
51. Christianity
52. Pestilence, famine etc.
53. British Malabar versus Travancore kingdom
54. Judicial
55. Revenue and administrative changes
56. Rajas
57. Forests
58. Henry Valentine Conolly
59. Miscellaneous notes
60. Culture of the land
61. The English efforts in developing the subcontinent
62. Famines
63. Oft-mentioned objections
64. Photos and picture of the Colonial times
65. Payment for the Colonial deeds
      Compensation item-wise list




CONTENTS OF VOL. I

Preface
              
CHAPTER I.—The District.
(f )Fauna and Flora
               Fauna
CHAPTER II.—The People



CONTENTS OF VOL. 3

(b) Land Revenue
Kolattunad
Randattara
The English Settlement at Tellicherry and Dharmappattanam Island
Iruvalinad
Kurungott Nayar’s Nad
Kottayam
Kadattanad
Payyormala, Payanad, Kurumbranad, Tamarasseri
Polanad, Beypore, Pulavayi
South Parappanad, Ramnud, Choranad, Ernad
Vellattiri, Walluvanad, Nedunganad, Kavalappara
Vadamalapuram, Tommalapuram, Naduvatturn
Vettatnad
Kutnad, Chavakkad, Chewai
Cannanore and the Laccadive Islands
Wynad
Dutch Settlement at Cochin
Dutch Settlement at Tangasseri and English Settlement at Anjengo
I—Statistics 
II.—Animals
III.—Fishes
List of abbreviations of authors' names
IV.—Birds
V. — Butterflies
VI.—Timber Trees
VII.—Roads
IX.— Do. (Minor Ports)




CONTENTS OF VOL. 4

XVII.— Monthly Average no. do.
XVIII.—Prices of Gingelly Seed, 1861-81
XIX.— Do, of Coconuts and Areca-nuts, 1862-81
XX —List of Malikhana Recipients in Malabar
XXI.—Short Descriptive Notes of Taluks, &c.
      do. Forests













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