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12th Century Monument resurrected from ruins  Work on restoring Someshwara temple complex was taken up by Infosys Foundation three years ago.  Not so long ago, the condition of Someshwara temple complex here was so pathetic that visitors were left disappointed over the ugly scene of disfigured monuments, ruins, debris, and stinking waste scattered all around. To Read More Visit : http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/12th-century-monument-resurrected-from-ruins/article8030476.ece

12th Century Monument resurrected from ruins Work on restoring Someshwara temple complex was taken up by Infosys Foundation three years ago. Not so long ago, the condition of Someshwara temple complex here was so pathetic that visitors were left disappointed over the ugly scene of disfigured monuments, ruins, debris, and stinking waste scattered all around. To Read More Visit : http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/12th-century-monument-resurrected-from-ruins/article8030476.ece

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Tellicherry Fort is in Thalassery (Tellicherry) a town in Kannur District of Kerala state in south India. The British East India Company built the fort in 1708 to establish a stronghold on the Malabar Coast. In 1781 Hyder Ali, ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, was unsuccessful in capturing the Fort in his campaign to control Malabar. His successor, Tipu Sultan, was forced to cede Malabar District to the British in 1792, at the conclusion of the Third Anglo-Maratha War.

Tellicherry Fort is in Thalassery (Tellicherry) a town in Kannur District of Kerala state in south India. The British East India Company built the fort in 1708 to establish a stronghold on the Malabar Coast. In 1781 Hyder Ali, ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, was unsuccessful in capturing the Fort in his campaign to control Malabar. His successor, Tipu Sultan, was forced to cede Malabar District to the British in 1792, at the conclusion of the Third Anglo-Maratha War.

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