Jayaprakash Mallay

Jayaprakash Mallay

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ADVOCATE, lecturer, blogger and AUTHOR of MALAYALA BRAHMIN AUTOCHTHON THEORY
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Jayaprakash Mallay attending Indian History Congress seminar from the University of Calicut in December 1999

Jayaprakash Mallay attending Indian History Congress seminar from the University of Calicut in December 1999

Singapore born Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay at the PC hectic with editing  and  allied DTP works.

Singapore born Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay at the PC hectic with editing and allied DTP works.

Jayaprakash Mallay as the Assessor during valedictory session of Kerala History Conference held from the University of Calicut in 2016

Jayaprakash Mallay as the Assessor during valedictory session of Kerala History Conference held from the University of Calicut in 2016

Jayaprakash Mallay attending Indian History Congress seminar from the University of Calicut in December 1999

Jayaprakash Mallay attending Indian History Congress seminar from the University of Calicut in December 1999

Jayaprakash Mallay's book Malayala Brahmin Autochthon Theory was first published from Manjeri in August 1995.

Jayaprakash Mallay's book Malayala Brahmin Autochthon Theory published in

Sir MC Koman's nephew MC Odhenan, a Sanskrit scholar from Samskruta Patasala at Ottapalam in 1922.

Sir MC Koman's nephew MC Odhenan, a Sanskrit scholar from Samskruta Patasala at Ottapalam in 1922.

MC Odhenan, a proud product of erstwhile Balakollasini Samskruta Patasala at Ottapalam 1917.

MC Odhenan, a proud product of erstwhile Balakollasini Samskruta Patasala at Ottapalam 1917.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his Office at Manjeri in Mappuram District, India.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his Office at Manjeri in Mappuram District, India.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his Office in full attire with the Robe and the Collar band.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his Office in full attire with the Robe and the Collar band.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his official attire wearing coat and the white band.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his official attire wearing coat and the white band.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his official attire wearing  coat and the white band.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in his official attire wearing coat and the white band.

Justice Narayanan Nambiar of the Kerala High Court through a letter of appreciation applauds Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay for his book Malayala Brahmin Autochthon Theory in 1996.

Justice Narayanan Nambiar of the Kerala High Court through a letter of appreciation applauds Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay for his book Malayala Brahmin Autochthon Theory in 1996.

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in front of the college at Manjeri

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay in front of the college at Manjeri

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay Manjeri - Malappuram District

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay Manjeri - Malappuram District

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay and Dr. Rajeev Ramachandran, Assistant Professor Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore

Advocate Jayaprakash Mallay and Dr. Rajeev Ramachandran, Assistant Professor Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore

Bappariyan teyyam character so often misunderstood and mistaken for Moplah Muslim sea captain. Vide Bappariyan Devasthanam among the  Munnillakaran or Mukhaya fishermen of Kavukoli beach at Kasaragode in North Kerala.

Bappariyan teyyam character so often misunderstood and mistaken for Moplah Muslim sea captain. Vide Bappariyan Devasthanam among the Munnillakaran or Mukhaya fishermen of Kavukoli beach at Kasaragode in North Kerala.