Definitions

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  • proper n. A historical village in Andhra Pradesh.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit चन्द्र (candrá, "moon") + गिरि (giri, "hill")

Examples

  • I feel that even I benefited from living in Chandragiri, Orissa—our Tibetan refugee camp in India.

    Awakening Kindness

  • Chandragiri, Orissa: Tibetan refugee camp in India where Nawang grew up

    Awakening Kindness

  • The acquisition confirmed at Chandragiri by the Hindu

    The Story of Madras

  • We must bear in mind, however, the limited geographical knowledge of the times and the limitations to Mr. Francis Day's choice; and, whatever the verdict may be, the fact remains that the Madraspatnam of Mr. Francis Day's selection is now a vast city, and that the Empire of India which was born at Chandragiri is now a mighty institution.

    The Story of Madras

  • Two or three miles from Chandragiri station, on the Katpadi-Gudur line of railway, is still to be seen the Rajah-Mahal, the palace in which the

    The Story of Madras

  • It was at Chandragiri that the British Empire in India was begotten; it was at Madras that the British Empire was born.

    The Story of Madras

  • Chandragiri that delivered the deed of possession to Mr. Francis Day.

    The Story of Madras

  • The brother of the late rája removed his residence further east, and finally settled at Chandragiri, about seventy miles north-west of

    Tales of Ind And Other Poems

  • Nagari, Chandragiri and Tirupati Assembly constituencies.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Speaking in Chandragiri in Gajapati district of Orissa, he said.

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