Synonyms for andrott or Related words with andrott
Examples of "andrott"
The island belongs to the township of
Nowadays the island of
is a protected territory and not a tourist destination.
The island belongs to the township of Kalpeni of
Muhammed Hamdullah Sayeed was born in
Island, Lakshadweep to former Congress leader P.M. Sayeed and Rahmath Sayeed.
P.M. Sayeed was born in
Island, Lakshadweep. He studied at Government Arts College, Mangalore and at Sidhartha College of Law, Mumbai.
There are several islands in the Arabian Sea, with the largest being Socotra (Yemen), Masirah (Oman), Astola Island (Pakistan) and
Island had been known as 'Divanduru' in the past, a name that is found in some old French maps. It belongs to the Laccadive Islands subgroup, which had been historically a part of the Arakkal Kingdom.
Kalpeni is west from the port of Kochi and lies south of
and to the NNE of Minicoy, with the broad Nine Degree Channel between them. Suheli Par atoll lies to the west of Kalpeni.
Island is the nearest to the mainland from all the islands in the group and it is also the longest, as well as the biggest (area-wise) island.
Island (), also known as Androth Island, is a small inhabited island in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, a group of 36 coral islands scattered in the Arabian Sea off the western coast of India
A mention of the region in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, by an anonymous author, is one of the earliest references. There are references to the control of the islands by the Cheras in the Sangam "Patiṟṟuppattu". Local traditions and legends attribute the first settlement on these islands to the period of Cheraman Perumal, the last Chera king of Kerala. The oldest inhabited islands in the group are Amini, Kalpeni
, Kavaratti, and Agatti. Archaeological evidence suggests that Buddhism prevailed in the region during the fifth and sixth centuries CE. According to popular tradition, Islam was brought to Lakshadweep by an Arab named Ubaidulla in 661 CE. His grave is located on the island of
. During the 11th century, the islands came under the rule of the Late Cholas and subsequently the Kingdom of Cannanore.
The Arabian Sea has been crossed by important marine trade routes since the third or second millennium BCE. Major seaports include Jawaharlal Nehru Port in Mumbai, the Port of Karachi and the Gwadar Port in Pakistan and the Port of Salalah in Oman. Other important ports include in India, Kandla Port, and Mormugao in Goa. The largest islands in the Arabian Sea include Socotra (Yemen), Masirah Island (Oman), Astola Island (Pakistan) and
The technology was developed by the National Institute of Ocean Technology. It can be used to produce drinking water and also for power generation and air conditioning. In addition, the deep seawater contains extra nutrients for fish, an important source of food and income for the local population. The government plans to set up desalination plants with a capacity of 10 million litres/per day on all islands and coastal areas. In 2009, the NIOT announced plans to build plants on Minicoy, Agatti and
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