Former Dutch fortresses and factory-towns in India. 1616 TO1825





Surat (1616-1795) 
Agra. (1621-1720) 
Burhanpur. Ahmadabad. (1617-1744) 
Bharuch (of Brochia, Broach). Vengurla. (1637-1685)


Malabar
(Southern part of Westcoast India)

Cranganore or Cranganor (Kodungallor) (1662) (taken from Portugal) 
Cochin de Cima (Pallipuram) (1661) (taken from Portugal) 
Cochin, Cochin de Baixo or Santa Cruz (1663) (taken from Portugal) 
Quilon (Coylan) (1661) (taken from Portugal) 
Cannanore (1663-1790) (taken from Portugal) 
Kundapura (1667- ca.1682) 
Kayankulam (ca. 1645) 
Ponnani (ca. 1663)

Coromandel
(East coast of India)

Golkonda(1662-ca 1733) 
Bimilipatnam,(1687-1795/ 1818-1825)to the English Jaggernaikpoeram (now Kakinada)(1734 �1795/ 1818-1825) to the English Daatzeram (now Drakshawarama)(1633-1730) 
Nagelwanze(1669-1687) Palikol(1613-1781/ 1785-1795/ 1818-1825)to the English Masulipatnam(1605-1756) 
Petapoeli (Nizampatnam)(1606-1668) 
Paliacatta (now Pulicat)(1610-1781/ 1785-1795/ 1805-1825) to the English Sadras(1654-1757/ 1785-1795/ 1818-1825) to the English 
Tierepopelier (now Thiruppapuliyur)(1608-1625) 
Tegenapatnam, Kudalur (now Cuddalore)(1647-1758) 
Porto Novo(nowParangippettai)(1608-1825 (1 June)) to the English. Negapatnam(1658-1781) to the English. 
Tuticorin or Tutucorim(1658) Travancore, nowadays part of India