Water-colour of Dindigul with the fort on the hill-top painted in 1784 and attributed to Colin Mackenzie (1754-1821). Inscribed on the front in ink is: ‘View of Dindigull in 1784.
Pen and ink drawing with water-colour of the hill-fort of Dindigul with figures seated in the foreground, by an unknown artist. The image is inscribed: ‘Dindigul’.
Water-colour painting of Dindigul with an English officer, perhaps MacKenzie, and an Indian in the foreground. Inscribed on the front in ink is: ‘View of Dindigul 1790.’. This image is from the MacKenzie Collection.
Water-colour painting of Dindigul by an unknown artist. Inscribed on the front in ink is: ‘Dindigul, 1783.’.The rock fort at Dindigul occupies a commanding position 85 metres (280 feet) above the surrounding plain. It was strategically important due to its location at the head of the passes between Madurai and Coimbatore and has been fiercely […]
A free Computer hardware course is to be conducted from 28th of february for 16 days. As Canara Bank Rural Self Employment Training Institute’s Director A.Gowrishankar’s notice, the course is conducted for 16 days free of cost. The Students who has paased/failed the Higher Secondary Exams can join the course. Lunch would be provided to the […]