skip to main
skip to sidebar
The History of Vizag
Friday, December 16, 2011
“What she was finding also was how one book led to another, doors kept opening wherever she turned and the days weren't long enough for the reading she wanted to do. ”
Post Comments (Atom)
Dutch in Bhimili
East India Company
Ivory inlay work
Sri Kurmam temple
In context: The Northern Circars
In reading about Vizag during the British rule, one frequently comes across the term Northern Circars. It’s a good idea to get more fam...
Then and now: View from Ross Hill
Sea in the background and a channel of water in the foreground – When I saw th...
The Battle of Vizagapatam
Ripples of the Napoleonic War were felt in Vizagapatam in September 1804 , when a French squadron led by Contre-Admiral, Charles-Alexandre D...
Caught a glimpse of the Suryabagh Palace of the Daspallas. It's not as huge or opulent as I expected it to be. It stands right next to t...
An article on the Vizag observatory
Thomas Bowrey: The Inspiration Behind the Vizag Fa...
What's gingelly got to do with it?
Copper “dubs” from Bheemili
Bheemili's Copper Purchases
What's this War that Ravaged Bheemili?
View my complete profile