Madras Week Photowalk – The Battle of Adyar – Aug. 28, 2016
The Battle of Adyar (also the Battle of Adyar River) took place on 29 October 1746. The battle involved 300 men of the French East India Company, which had recently captured nearby Madras from the British, and a much larger force of 10,000 men belonging to Anwaruddin Muhammed Khan, the Nawab of the Carnatic, who sought to take Madras from the French. In the battle, which took place near the banks of the Adyar River, the French decisively defeated the larger Carnatic force, demonstrating the effectiveness of well-trained European forces in combating poorly trained Indian troops. This happened at the Quibble Island.
The walk will cover the Creek, The Walk Bridge across the Creek, Pigeon growers, TP Scheme Road.
Starts at 6.30 a.m.
Meeting Point : In front of the Quibble Island Cemetery.
Route : https://goo.gl/maps/WFkneVivvx32
For children of 10 years and above.
Bring your own camera (Any type). Carry light snacks and water bottle. Dress easy.
Free walk. Register with Revathi at 9840544629. Open only to first 25 registrations.