Chera


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Chera

 

one of three ancient Tamil states, in the southern part of India’s Malabar Coast. The Chera state was first mentioned in the third century B.C. It fell in about the ninth century A.D. Chera is the origin of the name Kerala, a historical region and state in India.

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As one proceeds downstream up to Chera, the altitude gradually decreases.
Three of these localities (Raco de Joana, Benifairo-D, and Sot de Chera) located in the Valencia province (East Spain), have been selected being the most appropriate to estoblish brachiopod successions in this sector (Fig.
On the other hand, the use of e-books (e.g., animated multimedia talking books) was found to have significant effects on promoting young children's phonological awareness (Chera & Wood, 2003).
He was motivating the result through "the monopolising of the national media by PSD, and the transmission, on all the national radio and television channels, of lies, denigrations as referring to the PNL candidate and, obviously, the presenting of the PSD candidate from a favourable position" (Chera, 2014).
"Cheraman Perumal, the Chera king, went to Arabia where he met the Prophet and embraced Islam and changed his name to Tajuddin.
Spread on the winding roads between North Parur and Kodungalloor near Kochi, Muziris in the Chera kingdom was the ancient world's greatest trading centre in the East.
According to Chera, the randomised study submitted to the FDA will compare patients undergoing gastrointestinal anastomosis after resection with and without the sealant.
Shaftesbury Youth pushed Black FC all the way in the delayed Capitol Cup fixture but lost out 3-2, as Liam McCrellis and Shaun Chera netted their goals.
During its two and a half millennia of existence, the Kingdom of Sri Lanka was invaded at least eight times by neighbouring South Asian dynasties such as the Chola, Pandya, Chera and Pallava.
And Cheraman Perumal, the last Chera ruler, is known as the first Indian king to embrace Islam and toil for its spread in Kerala.