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The Mysore Wodeyars and the Sultans: In 1610 AD Udaiyar Raja Wadiyar of Mysore drove out Vijayanagara General and became the ruler of Bayalnad and the Nilgiris. When Wayanad was under Hyder Ali’s rule, the ghat road from Vythiri to Thamarassery was constructed.
When Wayanad was under Tipu Sultan's rule British invasion started. The British claimed Wayanad under the 1792 treaty of Srirangapatna citing it was part of Malabar.
Later, south Wayanad was added to Kozhikode district.
To fulfil the aspirations of the people of Wayanad for development, North Wayanad and South Wayanad were carved out and joined together to form the present district of Wayanad.
Settlers emigrated from all parts of Kerala and the fecund lands proved a veritable goldmine with incredible yields of cash crops.
Agriculture Cultivation started broadly after 1900 A. Wayanad eventually became part of Kerala despite its geographical delimitations and political descent in 1956 on State’s reorganisation.
In 2006, the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Wayanad one of the country's 250 most backward districts (out of a total of 640).
The British authorities opened up the plateau to the cultivation of tea and other cash crops by constructing roads across the dangerous slopes of Wayanad, to Kozhikode and Thalassery.
Later, they extended these new roads to the cities of Mysore and Ooty through Gudalur.
Consequently, the British troops withdrew from Wayanad conceding to Tipu’s rule.
In 1799, after the fall of Sultan, the British handed over Wayanad by the treaty of 1799 to the Raja of Mysore.
In ancient times, this land was ruled by the Rajas of the Veda tribe..