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India: see ShrirangapattanaShrirangapattana
, formerly Srirangapatna
, town (1991 pop. 21,905), Karnataka state, S India, on an island in the Kaveri River. There are Hindu monuments, some built in the 13th cent. Most of the large buildings date from the 17th and 18th cent.
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The accused, Mohammed Mahaboob Baig alias Azhar Baig, a resident of Maddur Village, Mandya district, Karnataka and Syed Imran of Ganjam village, Srirangapatnam Taluk, Mandya District were booked under section 489-B, 489-C read with Section 120B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
Three armies, one from Bombay and two British, marched into Mysore and besieged the capital Srirangapatnam. There were over 26,000 soldiers of the British East India Company comprising about 4000 Europeans and the rest Indians.
15 Kate Brittlebank, 'Srirangapatnam Revisited: History as F>xperience Rather than Flvent', in State and Diplomacy under 'Tipu Sultan: Documents and Essays, ed.
The violence in Kandhamal, with a curtain-raiser on Christmas eve in 2007 and a full fledged pogrom beginning August 24, 2008 and continuing for almost two months, is arguably the single largest violence against the tiny Christian community in India since Tipu Sultan of Mysore made the Catholics of Mangalore-Goa to march to Srirangapatnam, most of them falling on the way.
We have selected pieces to cater to people with varied tastes." Elaborating on the exhibit, he added: " The top draw is the glass- painted jazz screen by 1920s' artist Etienne Drian and a water colour by the iconic English artist JMW Turner, depicting Srirangapatnam during the death of Tipu Sultan." The price of these pieces ranges between ` 2.5 lakh and ` 6 crore.
When he finally arrived at Srirangapatnam (Seringapatam), the capital of Mysore, he was ceremonially received.