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Zamorin of Calicut 
historical kingdom in present-day Kerala, India
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Instance of historical country,
  • 1102 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Dissolved, abolished or demolished
  • 1799
Authority control
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Zamorin (it); Zamorin (fr); Заморин (ru); झामोरिन (mr); Reino de Calecute (pt); 卡利卡特扎莫林 (zh); Kožikodės karalystė (lt); Zamorin din Calicut (ro); ザモリン (ja); Zamorin dari Calicut (id); സാമൂതിരി (ml); Samorijn (nl); Заморін (uk); ساموتیری (ur); Zamorín (es); Zamorin of Calicut (en); Zamorinen av Calicut (nb); Samorin (ca); கோழிக்கோடு நாடு (ta) historical kingdom in present-day Kerala, India (en); antigo estado indiano de Querala, existente entre o século XII e 1806 (pt) Zamorin (es); カリカットの領主 (ja); Samoothiri of Kozhikode (en); Reino de Kozhikode, Samorim de Calicute, Samorim de Kozhikode, Reino dos Samorins (pt)

Saamoothirippād or Saamoothiri (Malayalam: സാമൂതിരി), anglicised Samorin or Zamorin of Calicut , is the title used by the en:Eradi en:Nair rulers of the erstwhile state of Kozhikode (Calicut, Nediyirippu Swarūpam) located in the present day state of Kerala, India. The Samoothiris ruled between the 12th and 18th century A.D and were the most powerful kings of kerala during the Middle Ages. Mānavikraman Raja, the Saamoothiri of Kozhikode is famous for being the ruler who received the Portuguese trader and navigator Vasco da Gama on May 18, 1498. The Saamoothiri iniated the annual en:Revathi Pattathanam at the Tali Siva temple in Calicut. The Saamoothiris were the only rulers who were capable of and came close to establishing a pan-Kerala state since the disintegration of the Chera empire.


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