Madras

  • (noun): A light patterned cotton cloth.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on madras:

Linnaeus Tripe - Madras
... In March 1857 he became official photographer to the Madras government, taking photographs of objects shown at the Madras exhibition and portraits of ... exhibition of the Photographic Society of Madras in 1859 ...
S. Subramania Iyer
... Iyer was born in the Madura district of Madras Presidency ... Subramania Iyer qualified as a lawyer from the University of Madras, and went on to practice as a lawyer in Madura and Madras, before being appointed a Judge of the Madras High Court, in 1891 ... He also served as the first Indian Chief Justice of the Madras High Court, before retiring in 1907 ...
Sir William Langhorne, 1st Baronet - Tenure As Agent of Madras
... Langhorne arrived in Madras in 1670 to adjudicate in a dispute ... later, he was appointed as the Agent of Madras ...
Cholamandal Artists' Village - Cholamandal Centre For Contemporary Art
... During his last days Paniker had offered his oeuvre to the Madras government on the condition that a separate gallery be created for his work, when no response came from the ... within the village, which would house a permanent collection of artworks representative of the Madras Movement ... and thus started a long search for works that exemplified the Madras Movement, which flourished between the early 50s and the 80s ...
Madras, Oregon - Sister City
... Madras has one sister city, as designated by Sister Cities International Kitamimaki, Japan. ...

More definitions of "Madras":

  • (noun): A city in Tamil Nadu on the Bay of Bengal; formerly Madras.
    Synonyms: Chennai
  • (noun): A state in southeastern India on the Bay of Bengal (south of Andhra Pradesh); formerly Madras.
    Synonyms: Tamil Nadu