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The name of the town, Coromandel comes from India where the name is given there to the south eastern coast of the Indian peninsula (Coromandel Coast). It seems that it comes from the Tamil sentence Chola Mandalam. Mandalam means region. The Chola is an ancient Tamil dynasty that had possession and governed the southern India in the past. During the tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries, the Cholas had a lot of power. The dynasty was native from the valley of the Kaveri River. The most popular of the Chola’s early kings was Karikala Chola, he was known as the worst king. The most popular emperors were Rajaraja Chola, Rajendra Chola and Kulothunga Chola I. There is no information about where the word “chola” comes from. Coromandel is a name which has been given to different places in the world, in Australia, Mauritius and in Brazil. Coromandel has beautiful beaches and lot of attractions and accommodations. Coromandel offers to tourist a lot of dining possibilities, it can be in a nice restaurant, a bar, old pubs, on a river cruiser. Local specialities will be proposed to you to make you discover the region.

 
 

 

Coromandel Chola Mandalam

 

 
   

 

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