HH Maharaja Rama Varma Dhaarmika Chakravarthi Chowwarayil Theeppetta Thampuran, Cochin (1932 - 1941) (b. - 1941) MP

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Death: Died in British India, Cochin State
Occupation: Maharaja of Cochin (1932-1941)
Managed by: Krishna Venugopal
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About HH Maharaja Rama Varma Dhaarmika Chakravarthi Chowwarayil Theeppetta Thampuran, Cochin (1932 - 1941)

Rama Varma was also known as Chowarayil Theepeta Thampuran. He was very keen about the temples, cultural activities etc of the kingdom. Eventhough Rama Varma was not a good ruler it was due to R.K. Shanmugham Chetty who took over as Devan of Cochin in 1935 , that the kingdom progressed. It was during his reign that Cochin Harbor was completed and Ernakulam High Court was Built. He left for his heavenly abode in 1941 April(1116 Mena 30th) while he was in Chowara.

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HH Maharaja Rama Chowwarayil Theeppetta Thampuran(1932 - 1941)'s Timeline

1931
1931
- 1945
Cochin, India, Cochin

Much of the developments of present day Cochin were triggered during the reign of Dharmika Chakravarthy under the able initiatives of Sir. Shanmugham Chetty. The Cochin secretariat- the civil station- was established on modern administrative lines, and the high court was opened in 1938. The development of the Cochin harbour was also completed during this time. The Shanmugham road, of present day Cochin, is named after this illustrious administrator, who coined the phrase “Queen of the Arabian Sea" way back in 1931

1931
- 1945
Cochin, India, Cochin

Much of the developments of present day Cochin were triggered during the reign of Dharmika Chakravarthy under the able initiatives of Sir. Shanmugham Chetty. The Cochin secretariat- the civil station- was established on modern administrative lines, and the high court was opened in 1938. The development of the Cochin harbour was also completed during this time. The Shanmugham road, of present day Cochin, is named after this illustrious administrator, who coined the phrase “Queen of the Arabian Sea" way back in 1931

1932
1932
- April 13, 1941
Thrippunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala, India
1941
April 13, 1941
British India, Cochin State
April 14, 1941
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