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Everything that you know about Andaman and Nicobar

  Everything that you know about Andaman and Nicobar Brief History of Andaman and Nicobar The existence of Nicobar is known from the time of Ptolemy, but the place has a long unwritten history. The residents here had been in contact with the outside world through the trade of copra. However, the entry of the modern world into his life began after the famous Vasco da Gama Yatra in India. From the 17th century onwards, Portuguese and French missionaries tried to spread Christianity in the Nicobar Islands. The Danes took possession of these islands in 1756 and established their headquarters on the island of Kamorta, but they abandoned it in 1848. The British formally annexed these islands in 1869. In 1870 he established a panel settlement at Kamorta which closed in 1888. In 1871 these islands were placed under the Chief Commissioner of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This administrative system continued till the pre-independence period. In 1920, the British Government appointed Mr. E. Hu