Dr. Maheshwar Dayal, IPS

Dr. Maheshwar Dayal, IPS

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Central Training College Brief-History

Ø HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING

   1.CHERAN BARRACK

                  The Chera dynasty, IPA, also known as the Keralaputra, was one of the principal lineages in and before the Sangam period history of the state of Kerala and the Kongu Nadu region of Western Tamil Nadu in southern India.

2. CHOLAN BARRACK

                  The Chola Dynasty was a Tamil thalassocratic empire of southern India, one of the longest-ruling dynasties in world history.

3. PALLAWAN BARRACK

                The Pallava dynasty was a South Indian dynasty that existed from 275 CE to 897 CE, ruling a significant portion of the Deccan, also known as Tondaimandalam. The dynasty rose to prominence after the downfall of the Satavahana dynasty, with whom they had formerly served as feudatories.

4. PANDIYAN BARRACK

            The Pandya dynasty, also referred to as the Pandyas of Madurai, was an ancient dynasty of South India, and among the three great kingdoms of  Tamilakam, the other two being the Cholas and the Cheras.

 

5. PODHIGAI BARRACK

               The Pothigai Hills, also known as Agasthiyar Mountain is a 1,866-metre (6,122 ft)-tall peak in the southern part of the Western Ghats of South India.

6. NILGIRI BUILDING

              The Name 'Nilgiris' means Blue hills (Neelam – Blue and giri – Hill or Mountain) the first mention of this name has been found in the Silappadikaram. The Nilgiri Mountains are part of a larger mountain chain known as the Western Ghats. Their highest point is the mountain of Doddabetta, height 2,637.

 7. KAVERI HOSTEL

             The name Kaveri is girl's name meaning "river". The Kaveri is a prominent river in South India, where it flows through the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It is among the seven holy rivers of India, personified by the goddess Kaveriamma.

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