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Tipu Sultan went in appeal before the Governor General.
Considering his arguments, relying on the successive Karnataka rule for centuries in Wayanad and its geographical detachment from Malabar, in 1798, Governor General Lord Mornington declared by proclamation that Wayanad had not been ceded to the East India Company by the treaty of 1792.
British Rule: In the end, the British could get only the dead body of the Rajah, who killed himself somewhere in the interior of the forest.
Thus, Wayanad fell into the hands of the British and with it came a new turn in the home of this area.
Even now there is a considerable Kannada speaking population and the reminiscence of centuries old Karnataka rule is omnipresent in Wayanad.
When the State of Kerala came into being in November 1956, Wayanad was part of Kannur district.
In 1799, after the fall of Sultan, the British handed over Wayanad by the treaty of 1799 to the Raja of Mysore.
The edicts and caves of Ambukuthimala and other evidences state that the place is as old as the beginning of the New Age Civilisation. The Folk etymology of the word says it is a combination of Vayal (paddy field) and Naad (land), making it 'The Land of Paddy Fields'. According to archaeological evidence, the Wayanad forests have been inhabited for more than 3,000 years.
Historians are of the view that human settlement existed in these parts for at least ten centuries before Christ.
Settlers emigrated from all parts of Kerala and the fecund lands proved a veritable goldmine with incredible yields of cash crops.
Agriculture Cultivation started broadly after 1900 A. Wayanad eventually became part of Kerala despite its geographical delimitations and political descent in 1956 on State’s reorganisation.