Coromandel Coast

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Cor·o·man·del Coast

A region of southeast India bounded by the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Ghats. The coast is known for its monsoons and turbulent waters.

Coromandel Coast

(Placename) the SE coast of India, along the Bay of Bengal, extending from Point Calimere to the mouth of the Krishna River

Cor′o•man′del Coast′

(ˈkɔr əˈmæn dl, ˈkɒr-, ˌkɔr-, ˌkɒr-)
a coastal region in SE India S of the Kistna River.
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Among south Indian Christians she discusses in the second half are the Syrian Christians who have lived in Kerala at least since the sixth century, the pearl-diving Paravas of the Coromandel coast converted by the Portuguese and Jesuits in the sixteenth century, and low-caste converts of a later period in the Tamil hinterland.
We no longer need to make a trip to the V&A in London to view the wonderful "palampores" once made by the ingenious painter-dyers of India's southeastern Coromandel coast.
Another highlight is a vast 17th-century cotton wall-hanging from the Coromandel Coast, depicting Europeans in ruffs and doublets, attended by a dog.
They also possessed the Coromandel Coast colony of Sao Tome de Meliapor in what is now Chennai.
How: Located on the Coromandel Coast, a short drive out of Pondicherry, you can reach Dune in about 15 minutes from the Auroville beach.
Located on the Coromandel coast off the Bay of Bengal, it is the biggest industrial and commercial centre in South India, and a major cultural, economic and educational centre.
The Coromandel Coast is found on the coast on which Asian country?
Indian craftsmen faced the same practical problems of transforming raw materials and adopted similar or identical solutions, though with minor variations, in the three places concerned along the Coromandel Coast.
Ennore Port, one of the country s major ports, is located on the Coromandel Coast around 24-km north of Chennai Port, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
his personal network and resources were concentrated in Bijapur, and his career moved from private trading to Mughal state service in 1682, in which context he interacted with Dutch and English traders while all parties were trying to establish ports of trade on the Coromandel coast.
The book includes chapter-length case studies of India, Ceylon, Batavia, and the Coromandel Coast.
Naqvi doesn't restrict herself to Hindus and Muslims and also narrates the Hindu- Christian syncretism among the Nadars of Kerala and Tamil Nadu as well as the diverse appeal of the Velankanni church on the Coromandel Coast.