Rajaram Electrical works

  Specialist in : Winding,Illuminaitons, Meeting Stage, Light decorations, Genarators & sound System,
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135, Swami Naicken Street,Chintadripet, Chennai -2.Contact : 98417 86964/89390 91894


  Sri Devi Karumariamman Gas Service (Indane gas distributor).

142/102, Singanna chetty Street,Chintadripet, Chennai -2.Contact : 28452455/2845 5997

  Nithya Hardware and Paints

NO.24, Arunachalam Street, Chintadripet, Chennai -2. Contact: 044 - 28451971 cell: 9444206330/ 9940446969

  Sri Kaligambal Jewels

old No.7 New No.13, Aghraharam Street, Chintadripet, Chennai -2. Contact: 044 - 28450952 cell: 9884410410

  Sri Raghavendra Granites

Granite Slabs, Granite Tiles & shahabad stones, Engraving letters on Granite slabs

No.4A, Dams road, Chintadripet, Chennai -2. cell: 98410 11629

  Krishna Sha cards

NO.55/107, Kalavai Street, Chintadripet, Chennai -2. Contact: 044 - 2845 4393 cell: 9382883636 / 90436 97663

  Sri Sai tronics

old No.19 New No.37, Arunachalam Street, Chintadripet, Chennai -2. Contact; 9791130055

  History of Chintadripet

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  In the beginnings of the City of Madras go back to the earliest stages of English commercial enterprise in India. The English East India Company was started in 1600. The growth of these suburbs indicates a period of great prosperity in the cotton trade, which was the chief investment of the Company. The Dubashes and chief merchants of the Company engaged in the supply of cotton goods to the Company rose to great prosperity. Sunkurama had a large garden in the bend of the Cooum river south of Periamet which was taken over in 1735 for a new weavers' village known as Chintadripettah ( In olden day it was called as chinna thari pettai ). By that time Sunkurama had fallen into disgrace and was succeeded by his colleague Thambu Chetty as the chief merchant. Government resolved in October 1734 to erect a weaving town in the site of Sunkurama's garden and to permit only spinners, weavers, washers, painters and the necessary attendants of the temple to settle in the village. A cowl was granted on these terms and Bemala Audiappa Narayana helped in the peopling of the village, which grew to contain nearly two hundred and fifty families within two years after its foundation. .

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   Special Poojas planned @ Adhipurrieswarar Temple on Thai Thirunal 2015.

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