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TRICHAMBARAM KRISHNA TEMPLE

King Valabha was also a generous patron of learning.  It was he who built the port of Valabhapattana which later on got corrupted into Valayapattana and then into Valarpattana, i.e. the modern, Baliapattanam, a picturesque town on the palm-fringed, coast off North Malabar, which you pass while travelling from Cannanore to Taliparamba.

His younger brother Srikantha who was also called Rajadharma succeeded King Valabha. The poet Atula who composed the Mushakavamsa lived in his court.

 

 

 

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