Rama Varma X
|Rama Varma X|
|King of Cochin|
|Reign||26 September 1805— January 1809|
|Successor||Kerala Varma III|
Vellarapally Palace, Puthiyedam, Kaladi, now India
|House||Cochin royal family|
Rama Varma X (died January 1809) was an Indian monarch who ruled the Kingdom of Cochin from 1805 to 1809.
Rama Varma was the son of Sakthan Thampuran's mother's younger sister (famously known as Chittamma Thampuran) and therefore his cousin. He succeeded the Sakthan Thampuran on the latter's death in 1805
Rama Varma is generally remembered as a generous, mild-mannered person and an incapable monarch.
Rama Varma was an excellent writer and authored the Sundarakanda Purana.
Rama Varma died at Vellarapilly in January 1809.
- "List of rulers of Kochin". worldstatesmen.org.
- History of Cochin (PDF). corporationofcochin. p. 9. Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 December 2009.
Rama Varma IX
| Maharaja of Cochin
Kerala Varma III
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