This collection belongs to Siruvalai Zamin but is currently kept by his younger brother Sundarapandian. They belong to the Anupa Goundar sub-caste. The paper documents have been handed over to them by their father, Achuthrama Gounder. The oldest documents (1838) go back four generations. A large part of the paper documents concern land transactions handled by his forefathers who were the local landlords (Zamindar) of the area. Another set of paper documents deal with disputes, such as their rights to obtain honour, or precedence, in the Kalazhakar temple with a rival landlord, the Zamindar of Velliangundram. The copper plates were not originally the property of the Siruvalai Zamin's family but belonged to their gurukal (caste religious head).
44 handwritten and printed paper documents, 3 copper plates.