King who issued the” Vazhappally Sasanam” or “Vazhappally Inscription?

vazhapally plate description

  1. The King who issued the” Vazhappally Sasanam” or “Vazhappally Inscription.
    • Rama Varma Kulashekhara
    • Kotha Varma
    • Rajasekhara Varma
    • Nedum Cheralathan

  2. Which inscription or copper plate mention the Roman coins"denarius"
    • Vazhappally Inscription
    • Paliyam inscription
    • Tharisapalli plates
    • Mamballi Plates

  3. The work of Adi Shankara which mention the name of Chera ruler Rajasekhara Varman
    • Shivananda Lahari
    • Dakshinamurthy Stotram
    • Ganesha Pancharatnam
    • Brahmasutra

  4. Identify the first epigraphical record of a Chera king found in Kerala
    • Vazhappally Inscription
    • Paliyam inscription
    • Tharisapalli plates
    • Mamballi Plates



Valapalli plates is the first epigraphical record of a Chera king to be discovered from Kerala. Vazhappally inscription makes a specific mention of the denarius coins of Roman.

About Rajashekhara Varman
Rajashekhara Varman was a ruler of the Later Chera dynasty, who is venerated as a Shaiva and Nayanar saint in South India.

He was the second ruler of Later Chera dynasty. The first king of Later Chera dynasty is Kulashekhara Varma (AD 800-820)

Reign year: AD820- 844

Rajashekhara Varman made a pilgrimage to the major Shaiva shrines of South Inda with his friend Sundarar during his later years. The two saints are believed to have died at the city of Thiruvanchikkulam

The Hindu saint Adi Shankara was a contemporary of Rajashekhara Varma

Shivananda Lahari is the work (devotional hymn) of Adi Shankara which mention the Chera ruler as Rajasekhara
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