Upper Cretaceous (Turonian through Santonian), Trichinopoly
Group, Kullygoody, southern India.
The old saltpeter grounds of southern India were reopened in the districts of Salem, Coimbatore, Madurai, and Trichinopoly
, as well as around Vellore, and in Kistna District, while production in northern India expanded northward.
From 1944 he was posted to India where he spent time at Poonah, Trichinopoly
and Karachi, returning home in 1946.
(in south-east India) and Shahjehanpur (in the north) were the best-known of these.
For forty-eight years the influence of this gentle and unassuming forerunner of Anglo-Saxon missionaries reached farther and farther across South India, from Tranquebar (Tharangambadi) southward to Tiruchirapalli (Trichinopoly
), to Thanjavur (Tanjore), and to Tirunelveli (Tinnevelly), if not even to Kanyakumari (Cape Comorin) and Travancore.
Even so, the realm of object-signs that Holmes continually decodes (a lump of English mud but also an American secret code, an Andamanese poisoned thorn, a wooden leg substituting for the human one taken off by an Indian crocodile, Indian treasure, an Indian snake, the ash from a Trichinopoly
cigar) are historiographic imprints of pax Britannica, not indices of chance or of the dissociated idiosyncracies of an individual (crime).(27) A majority of Conan Doyle's stories in fact originate in the colonial or former colonial possessions.
In 1751 an Indian ally of the French East India Company, Chanda Sahib, besieged a British ally, Muhammad Ali, in Trichinopoly
. Clive volunteered to weaken Chanda by leading a force against his fortress of Arcot, sixty-four miles west of Madras.