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1813 - 1846  H.H. Maharaj Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Rama Varma III [Swati Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Raja of Travancore. b. at the Sri Padam Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 16th April 1813, elder son of H.H. Sri Padmanabha Sevini Vanchipala Dyumani Raj Rajeshwari Rani Gouri Lakshmi Bayi, Senior Rani of Attingal, by her husband M.R.Ry. Sri Raja Raja Varma Avargal, Koil Tampuran of Changanasseri, from the Parappanad Royal House, educ. privately. Succeeded at birth and formally installed on the gadi, 29th July 1813. Reigned under the regencies of his mother and his aunt until he came of age and was invested with full ruling powers, 21st April 1829. A learned man fluent in six languages and a famous composer of Indian classical music, lyricist and scholar. Encouraged the learning of English with the establishment of the first English school in 1834. He also founded a charity hospital and observatory, two yeers later. m. (first) a lady who died young. m. (second) at Trivandrum Fort, 1829, Thiruvattar Ammachi Panapilla Amma Srimathi Narayanipilla Kochamma, a commoner adopted from the Aaikutty family of Kollam into the Thiruvattar Ammaveedu shortly before her marriage. m. (third) at Trivandrum Fort, 1843, Thanjavoor Ammachi Panapilla Amma Srimathi Sundaralakshmi Kochamma (d. 1856), née Suganda Parvathi Bayi [Sugandhavalli], a Bharatanatyam dancer who came to his court with the famous Guru Vadivelu, adopted into the Vadasseri Ammaveedu in 1843 and raised to the status of a consort or Ammachi in 1845 when the new house of Thanjavoor Ammaveedu was created for her, daughter of a mudaliyar from Tanjore. He d. at the Puttan Malika Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 27th December 1846 (succ. by his younger brother), having had issue, a son:
  • 1) Chempakaraman Sri Thiruvattar Ananda Padmanabhan Tampi [Chitra Nal] (s/o Narayani).
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1846 - 1860  H.H. Maharaj Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Martandra Varma II [Uthram Tirunal], Kulasekhara Bhageodaya Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Raja of Travancore. b. at the Sri Padam Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 26th September 1814, younger son of H.H. Sri Padmanabha Sevini Vanchipala Dyumani Raj Rajeshwari Rani Gouri Lakshmi Bayi, Senior Rani of Attingal, by her husband M.R.Ry. Sri Raja Raja Varma Avargal, Koil Tampuran of Changanasseri, from the Parappanad Royal House, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 27th December 1846. Installed at Trivandrum Fort, 26th February 1847. m. Thiruvattar Ammachi Panapilla Amma Srimathi Madhavipilla Kochamma (d. at Trivandrum in 1860, on the night of a special durbar held in honor of a gift of a jewelled belt sent by Queen Victoria), younger sister of the second wife of his predecessor, a commoner adopted from the Aaikutty family of Kollam into the Thiruvattar Ammaveedu in 1829. He d. at the Puttan Malika Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 18th August 1860 (succ. by his nephew), having had issue, a daughter:
  • 1) Thiruvattar Ammachi Panapillai Amma Srimathi Lakshmipilla Kochamma. m. at Trivandrum, 1854, as his first wife, H.H. Maharaja Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Bala Rama Varma IV [Ayilyam Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Maharaja of Travancore, GCSI, CIE (b. at Trivandrum Fort, 14th March 1832; d. at Trivandrum Fort, 30th May 1880), eldest surviving son of H.H. Rani Gouri Rukmini Bayi, Senior Rani of Attingal, by her husband, M.R.Ry. Sri Rama Varma [Punartham Tirunal], Koil Tampuran of Tiruvalla. She d. before 18th August 1860 – see below.
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1860 - 1880  H.H. Maharaja Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Bala Rama Varma IV [Ayilyam Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Maharaja of Travancore, GCSI (12.2.1866), CIE (1.1.1878). b. at Trivandrum Fort, 14th March 1832, eldest surviving son of H.H. Rani Gouri Rukmini Bayi, Senior Rani of Attingal, by her husband, M.R.Ry. Sri Rama Varma [Punartham Tirunal], Koil Tampuran of Tiruvalla, educ. privately. Invested as Heir Apparent with the title of Eliya Raja at Trivandrum Fort, 26th February 1847. Succeeded on the death of his maternal uncle, 18th August and ascended the gadi, 7th September 1860. Installed at a Public Durbar, at Trivandrum Fort, 19th October 1860. Received a sanad of adoption, 11th March 1862. Granted the hereditary title of Maharaja, 6th August 1866. A distinguished musician, reformer and administrator. He expanded education by building several English, Tamil and Malayalam schools, and the first university college in 1873. He also opened a modern hospital, a lying-in hospital and lunatic asylum. Rcvd: the Serangapatam gold medal (31.12.1866), Prince of Wales's gold medal (1875), and KIH gold medal (1877). m. (first) at Trivandrum, 1854, Thiruvattar Ammachi Panapillai Amma Srimathi Lakshmipilla Kochamma (d. before 18th August 1860), a daughter of his maternal uncle, H.H. Maharaj Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Martandra Varma II [Uthram Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Raja of Travancore, by his wife, Thiruvattar Ammachi Panapillai Amma Srimathi Madhavipilla Kochamma.  m. (second) at Trivandrum, 1862, Nagercoil Ammachi Panapillai Amma Srimathi Lakshmipilla Kalyanikuttypilla Kochamma (b. at Mukundapuram, near Thrissur, Cochin, 1839; d. at Trivandrum, 1909), educ. privately by the Church of England Zenana Missionary Soc, poetess and author of “Rasakrida”, “Ambarishacharitram”, “Pativratya Panchakam” and “Satya Panchakam”, adopted in 1865 into the Nagercoil Ammaveedu from the Mathiripally (or Mathripillil) family of Cheranallur, daughter of Sri Nadavarambath Kunju Krishna Menon, Valia Sarvadhikariakar of Cochin state, by his wife, Srimathi Lakshmi Amma. He d.s.p. at Trivandrum Fort, 30th May 1880 (succ. by his younger brother), having adopted the daughter of a cousin of his second wife, Srimathi Kunjulakshmi Amma, of the Mathiripally (or Mathripillil) family of Cheranallur:
  • 1) Nagercoil Ammachi Panapilla Amma Srimathi Anantha Lakshmipilla Kochamma. m. as his first wife, Colonel H.H. Maharaja Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Sri Rama Varma VI [Mulam Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Maharaja of Travancore, GCSI, GCIE (b. at Trivandrum Fort, 25th September 1857; d. at the Sundaravilasam Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 7th August 1924), , only surviving son of H.H. Rani Lakshmi Bayi [Pooradam Tirunal], Junior Rani of Attingal, by her husband, M.R.Ry. Sri Raja Raja Varma Avargal, Koil Tampuran. She d. at Trivandrum, 1882, having had issue, one son - see below.
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1880 - 1885  H.H. Maharaja Raja Ramaraja Sri Patmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Rama Varma V [Visakham Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Maharaja of Travancore, GCSI (23.5.1882). b. at Trivandrum Fort, 19th May 1837, youngest son of H.H. Rani Gouri Rukmini Bayi, Senior Rani of Attingal, by her husband, M.R.Ry. Rama Varma [Punartham Tirunal], Koil Tampuran of Tiruvalla, educ. privately. Invested as Heir Apparent with the title of Eliya Raja at Trivandrum Fort, 19th October 1860. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 30th May 1880. Installed at a public Durbar, at Trivandrum Fort, June 1880. A great scholar, science writer and journalist, who translated a number of important works from English and other European languages into Malayalam. Patron of agriculture, education and the arts. Founder and Patron of H.H. The Maharaja's School of Arts  in 1881 (now the College of Fine Arts Trivandrum). Fellow of the Royal Geographical Soc (FRGS), Linnean Soc, Statistical Soc (London), and Madras Univ (FMU). Mbr Royal Asiatic Soc (MRAS) (London), and Soc etude colonial a maritime (Paris). Patron Poona Gayan Samaj Music Soc, etc. Rcvd: the Prince of Wales's silver medal (1875), and KIH silver medal (1877), Officer of the Order of Public Instruction of France. m. at Trivandrum, 1859, Arumana Ammachi Panapillai Amma Srimathi Lakshmipilla Kochamma (b. at at Trivandrum, 1850; d. there, 1885), educ. privately by the Church of England Zenana Missionary Soc, daughter of Arumana Ammachi Srimathi Bharathipilla Kochamma, and a descendant of H.H. Maharaj Raja Ramaraja Sri Padmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Bala Rama Varma I [Avitam Tirunal], Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Raja of Travancore. He d. at the Ananthavilasam Palace, Trivandrum Fort, 4th August 1885 (succ. by his maternal nephew), having had issue, one son and three daughters:
  • 1) Kannaku Tampi Chempakaraman Sri Arumana Narayanan Tampi. b. at Arumana Ammaveedu, Trivandrum, 1865. Chair Commercial Transport Corp 1910, which established the first motorised bus service in the state. m. (first) Kizhakke Madathil Srimathi Rukminipilla Thankachi (d. at Trivandrum, 1888), daughter of his maternal uncle, Sri Arumana Padmanabhan Tampi, by his wife, a lady from the from Kizhakkemadom family. m. (second) at Trivandrum, 1889, Srimathi Kartyayanipilla Thankachi (d. at Trivandrum, 1895), from Mavelikara. He d. at Trivandrum, 7th May 1934, having had issue, one son by his first, and nine sons and three daughters by his second wife:
    • a) Sri Arumana Padmanabha Tampi. b. 1893 (s/o Rukmini). m. 1918, Kizakkemadom Srimathi Janakipilla. He had issue, two sons:
      • i) Kizakkemadom Sri Govindan Nair [K P Govindan Nair]. m. Srimathi Sharada Amma. He has issue, one son:
        • (1) Pratap Kizhakkemadom.
      • ii) Kizakkemadom Sri Narayanan Nair [K P Narayanan Nair]. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • b) Sri Arumana Narayan Tampi. b. 1893 (s/o Kartyayani), educ. Presidency Coll., Madras, Christ Church, Oxford (BA 1919), and the Univ. of Edinburgh (dipl. Educ. 1923). Barr-at-Law 1923. Mbr Travancore Sri Moolam Assembly, Dir of Public Instruction, Principal Trivandrun Teachers' Training Coll, Dean of the Faculty of Education of Travancore Univ, Inspector of Training Schs, Chair of the Brd of Examiners of Madras Univ, and the Travancore Teachers' Certification Examination Brd 1934, Capt & adjutant Travancore Univ Labour Corps 1939-1945, Dep Cmsnr Travancore Boy Scouts Assoc, Mbr Madras Univ Senate Academical Council, Kodaikanal Boat Club, Trivandrum Sri Mulam Club, Travancore Tennis Club (TCC), etc.
    • c) Sri Arumana Uni Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • d) Sri Arumana Kesava Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • e) Sri Arumana Sreedhara Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • f) Sri Arumana Padmanabha Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • g) Sri Arumana Purushothaman Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • h) Sri Arumana Krishna Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • i) Sri Arumana Rama Tampi (s/o Kartyayani). Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • j) Sri Arumana Neelakantha Tampi (s/o Kartyayani).
    • a) Shrimathi Kamalamma Thankachi (d/o Kartyayani). m. A.R. Menon.
    • b) Shrimathi Saradapilla Thankachi (d/o Kartyayani). m. Madhavan Kutty Menon.
    • c) Shrimathi Sukeshinipilla Thankachi (d/o Kartyayani). m. Ramunni Menon, ICS.
  • 1) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Bhagavathipilla Kochamma. b. at Arumana Ammaveedu, Trivandrum, 1873. m. M.R.Ry. Sri Rajaraja Varma Avargal (d. at Trivandrum, 1957), of the Mavelikara Royal House. She d. at Trivandrum, 1936, having had issue, eight children, including three sons and three daughters:
    • a) Sri Arumana Narayan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1889.
    • b) Sri Arumana Kesava Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1894. m. Kartiyayani Thankachi.
    • c) Sri Arumana Nilakantha Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1896.
    • a) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Lakshmipilla Kochamma. b. at Trivandrum, 1888. m. Nagercoil Sri Narayanan Tampi, elder son of Colonel H.H. Maharaja Raja Ramaraja Sri Patmanabha Dasa Vanchipala Sri Rama Varma VI, Kulasekhara Kiritapati Manney Sultan Bahadur, Shamsher Jang, Maharaja of Travancore, GCSI, GCIE, by his first wife. She d. Trivandrum, 5th March 1955, having had issue, four sons and two daughters - see below.
    • b) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Kartiyayanipilla Kochamma Rajamma. b. at Trivandrum, 1895. m. Sreedharan Tampi.
    • c) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Kalyanipilla Kochamma Aniyathi. b. at Trivandrum, 1903. m. Sri Paliath Kochukuttan Achan. She d. at Trivandrum, 8th September 1995.
  • 2) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Rukminipilla Kochamma. b. at Arumana Ammaveedu, Trivandrum, 1876. m. M.R.Ry. Sri Kerala Varma Thirumulpad. She d. 1938, having had issue, six sons and two daughters:
    • a) Sri Arumana Padmanabhan Tampi [Madhavan]. b. at Trivandrum, 1891. He had issue, a daughter:
      • i) Shrimathi Sarala.
    • b) Dr Arumana Krishnan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1895. m. 23rd May 1930, Shrimathi B. Sarada Amma. He d. at Trivandrum, 19th February 1947, having had issue, two sons and three daughters:
      • i) Air Vice-Marshal K. Narayanapillai [Hari], AVSM. b. at Trivandrum, 23rd April 1933. m. 2nd October 1960, Shrimathi Barbara, née Threlf. He had issue, one son and two daughters:
        • (1) Ashokpillai. m. Aesha, née Swagata.
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      • ii) Sri Kumarpillai. b. at Trivandrum, December 1944. m. 1st March 1972, Shrimathi Sumangala [Suma]. He had issue, one daughter:
        • (1) Shrimathi Sunitha. b. 18th July 1973. m. 4th July 1998, Wing Commander Shinu Gopalakrishnan (b. 17th July 1971). She has issue, one son and two daughters.
      • i) Shrimathi Rukmini Amma [Shyamala]. b. at Trivandrum, 21st April 1931. m. 7th May 1950, P Raman Kutty Nair. She had issue, one son and two daughters.
      • ii) Shrimathi Krishna Kumari. b. at Trivandrum, 28th April 1938. m. 4th May 1955, Lieutenant-Colonel P Gopalakrishnan Nair (d. 9th October 1989). She had issue, two sons.
      • iii) Shrimathi Shiva Kumari. b. at Trivandrum, September 1941. m. 19th May 1959, Unni Krishnan Nair (b. 2nd January 1935; d. 9th April 1982). She had issue, one son and one daughter.
    • c) Sri Arumana Velayudhan Tampi [Raghavan]. b. at Trivandrum, 1896. m. (first) Shrimathi Madhavi Thankachi [Rajamma] (d. 1925). m. (second) Shrimathi Lakshmipilla Thankachi (d. 1958). He had issue, a daughter by his first, and two sons and two daughters by his second wife:
      • i) Sri V. Surendran Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1933 (s/o Lakshmipilla). m. Shrimathi Ratnam. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
        • (1) Sri Kumar. b. 1968. m. Shrimathi Sajitha. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
        • (1) Shrimathi Sobha. b. 1966. m. Unnikrishnan, Electrical Engineer Kerala PWD. She had issue, two children.
      • ii) Sri V. Velayudhan Tampi [Sudevan]. b. at Trivandrum, 1944 (s/o Lakshmipilla). m. Shrimathi Sreelatha. He had issue, two sons:
        • (1) Sri Rengu Sudevan Tampi.
        • (2) Sri Renu Sudevan Tampi.
      • i) Shrimathi Bhavani Thankachi [Bhanu]. b. at Trivandrum, 1924 (d/o Madhavi). m. Sri Thottakkat Narayana Menon (d. 1985). She had issue, two sons and two daughters.
      • ii) Shrimathi Sukeshini Thankachi. b. at Trivandrum, 1933 (d/o Lakshmipilla). m. Sri Bhaskaranj Nair. She had issue, two sons and one daughter.
      • iii) Shrimathi Sumangala Thankachi. b. at Trivandrum, 1937 (d/o Lakshmipilla). m. Kumarapillai. She had issue, two daughters.
    • d) Sri Arumana Balakrishnan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, August 1901. m. Shrimathi Janakipilla Thankachi (d. October 1939). He d. at Trivandrum, 7th September 1984, having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
      • i) Sri Balakrishnan Bala Raman Tampi [Kuttan]. b. at Trivandrum, July 1933. m. 2nd June 1974, Shrimathi Thankam (d. 7th April 2002). He had issue:
        • (1) Manoj. b. at Trivandrum, 7th April 1975. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
      • ii) Sri Balakrishnan Bala Gopan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 22nd January 1935.
      • i) Shrimathi Rukminipilla Thankachi [Nalini]. b. at Trivandrum, 21st May 1937. m. 15th September 1954, Sukumaran Nair (b. at Trivandrum, 24th June 1924; d. 4th November 1990). She had issue, two sons and one daughter.
    • e) Sri Arumana Sethumadhavan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, January 1905. m. September 1938, Shrimathi Devaki Amma (b. at Trivandrum, October 1913; d. there, 7th January 1996). He d. at Trivandrum, 14th January 1971, having had issue, three sons and two daughters:
      • i) Sri Raman Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 4th April 1940. He d. at Ernakulam, 27th November 2002.
      • ii) Sri Krishnan Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 4th March 1943. m. 12th February 1982, Shrimathi Sankuntala Devi [Moni] (b. at Trivandrum, 20th July 1950). He had issue, one daughter:
        • (1) Mridula Devi. b. at Trivandrum, 29th November 1982.
      • iii) Sri Govindan Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 14th March 1950. m. 6th September 1986, Shrimathi J. Rema Devi. He had issue, one son and twin daughters:
        • (1) Sri M.G. Krishna Das. b. at Trivandrum, 28th April 1989.
        • (1) Shrimathi Parvathi. b. at Trivandrum, 18th July 1987 (twin with her sister).
        • (2) Shrimathi R. Parvathi. b. at Trivandrum, 18th July 1987 (twin with her sister).
      • i) Shrimathi Nirmala [Rugmini]. b. at Trivandrum, 7th October 1939. m. 21st August 1966, P. Parameswaranpillai (b. at Trivandrum, 10th June 1931; d. 11th September 1992). She had issue, one daughter. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
      • ii) Jayanthi Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 4th March 1944.
    • f) Sri Arumana Janardanan Tampi [Aniyan]. b. at Trivandrum, October 1905. m. 1935, Shrimathi K. Madhavi Amma (b. at Trivandrum, February 1917; d. there, May 1969). He d. at Trivandrum, December 1980, having had issue, one son and one daughter:
      • i) Sri Mohan Janardanan. b. at Trivandrum, 9th October 1943. m. at Trivandrum, 10th September 1970, Shrimathi Sarala Devi (b. at Trivandrum, 9th May 1948). He had issue, one son and one daughter:
        • (1) Sri Unni Krishnan. b. at Trivandrum, 1st August 1975.
        • (1) Shrimathi Rashmi. b. at Trivandrum, 28th August 1971. m. 11th September 1994, Hari Kumar (b. at Trivandrum, 1st August 1968). She has issue, two sons.
      • i) Shrimathi Prasanna Kumari. b. at Trivandrum, 12th September 1945. m. at Trivandrum, 17th April 1963, Dr Sivasankara,pillai (b. 3rd March 1935). She had issue, one son and one daughter.
    • a) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Sethulakshmipilla Kochamma [Sethu Kutty]. b. at Trivandrum, 1913. m. Gopalapillai Er. She had issue, two sons and one daughter.
    • b) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Sethuparvathipilla Kochamma [Ammini]. b. at Trivandrum, 1918. m. P. Padmanabhapillai. She d. at Ernakulam, 27th May 2006, having had issue, two sons.
  • 3) Arumana Ammaveetil Shrimathi Bhageerathipilla Kochamma. b. at Arumana Ammaveedu, Trivandrum, 1877. m. M.R.Ry. Sri Rama Varma Avargal, Raja of Poonjar. She d. 1940, having had issue, three sons and three daughters, including the eldest son:
    • a) Sri Arumanai Parameswaran Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, July 1896, educ. Maharaja's High Sch., Trivandrum, Victoria Coll., Palghat, King's Coll., London, Bristol Univ., Charlottenburg Technische Hochschule, Berlin Univ., and Berlin Pharmacological Inst. Dir. State Aided Bank of Travancore and other companies. m. Shrimathi Kutty Amma. He d. at Trivandrum, 1969, having had issue, a daughter:
      • i) Shrimathi Rajeswhari Menon. b. at Trivandrum, 1938.
    • b) Sri Arumanai Govindan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum. m. Shrimathi Madhavi Bai. He had issue, three sons:
      • i) Sri Ramachandran Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 1941. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
      • ii) Sri Radhakrishnan Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 1945.
      • iii) Sri Balachandran Nair. b. at Trivandrum, 1947.
    • c) Sri Arumanai Sreedharan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1901. m. Shrimathi Sharadapilla Kochamma. He had issue:
      • i) Sri Gangadharan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1928. m. Shrimathi Thilakam.
      • ii) Sri Ayyappan Tampi. b. at Trivandrum, 1946.
      • i) Shrimathi Parvathipilla Kochamma [Vilasani]. b. at Trivandrum, 1930. m. Sri Parameswaran Nair.
    • a) Arumanai Ammaveetil Shrimathi Lakshmipillai Kochamma [Kamalamma]. b. at Trivandrum, 1902. m. Varma Tampuran. Sh had issue, one son and one daughter:
      • i) Sri Arumanai Rajagopal [Rajappan]. b. at Trivandrum, 1939. m. Shrimathi Mani (b. 1939). He had issue, one son and one daughter.
      • i) Arumanai Ammaveetil Shrimathi Bhageeratipilla Kochamma [Leela]. b. at Trivandrum, 1924. m. Sri Velayudhan Nair. Sh had issue, three daughters.
    • b) Arumanai Ammaveetil Shrimathi Janakipilla Kochamma [Bhavani]. b. at Trivandrum, 1903. m. Sri Varma. She had issue, one son and two daughters.
    • c) Arumanai Ammaveetil Shrimathi Rukminipilla Kochamma [Kaveri]. b. at Trivandrum, 1905. m. Sri Unnihan, ICS. She had issue, two sons and one daughter.
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