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Yang Teramat Mulia Tunku Syed Razman bin Tunku Syed Idrus Al-Qadri was born on 14 December 1962 in Seremban. Tunku Syed Razman received his early education at Sekolah Kebangsaan Tunku Besar Tampin until standard six from 1969 to 1974. Tunku Syed Razman continues his secondary school at Sekolah Menengah Sains Negeri Sembilan and Sekolah Menengah King George V, Seremban between 1978 until 1980.

After completed secondary school, Tunku continue His studies to Isle of Ely College in 1985. After receiving his bachelor degree in Marketing from Lansdowne College in 1985, Tunku Syed Razman held posts as a director with a company at Kuala Lumpur. He was awarded Honorary Jaksa Pendamai medal (JP), from Duli Yang Maha Mulia Tuanku Yang Dipertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan. Tunku has shown a great interest in playing golf and music. Tunku Syed Razman married Tunku Isteri Sharlita Binti Omar on 14 Mei 1992. His highness is the fifth among six brothers and sisters and also the only son in the family.

Tunku Syed Idrus Bin Tunku Syed Mohamad was safely return to 'rahmatullah' (passed away) on Monday, 26 December 2005 at about 10.30am (islamic calendar) 24 Zulkaedah 1426 Hijrah. A simple traditional Installation Ceremony according to the Royal customs was conducted to install Tunku Syed Razman Bin Tunku Syed Idrus and Tunku Isteri Sharlita Binti Omar as a successor to become Tunku Besar Tampin and Tunku Isteri, after Tunku Syed Idrus Bin Tunku Syed Mohamad. The Royal Custom Installation was announced and witness by, the district officer Yang Berbahagia Tuan Haji Mohd Yusof Bin Yunus, PPT, and PMC, and also as a representative to the state governments, all government official, all supporters of the heritage with the tradition of Tampin called 'Luak'.