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After India's independence in 1947, it became the capital of Madras State, which was subsequently renamed Tamil Nadu in 1969. Geography and climate Chennai lies on the Eastern Coastal Plains in the southeastern coast of India.Chennai enjoys little variation in seasonal temperature and has a hot and humid climate for most of the year due to its proximity to the sea. Daytime temperatures in summer range between 38°C and 42°C, though sometimes it goes beyond 42°C.During 1361, Kumara Kampana II, the son of Vijayanagar King Bukka I conquered and established Vijayanagar rule in Tondaimandalam.The Vijayanagar rulers appointed chieftain known as Nayaks who ruled over the different regions of the province almost independently.Chennai, originally known as Madrasappatnam, was located in the province of Tondaimandalam.Around 2nd Century AD, Tondaiman Ilam Tiraiyan, a representative of the Chola family at Kanchipuram, was ruling the Tondaimandalam province.
During 1st century AD, a poet and weaver named Thiruvalluvar lived in the town of Mylapore (a neighbourhood of present Chennai), who was the author of famous Tamil book Thirukkural.The Pallavas who had been mere viceroys, became independent rulers of Kancheepuram and its surrounding areas.From beginning of 3rd to close of 9th Century AD, Pallavas held sway over this region, except for the interval of some decades when the region was under Kalabharas.Modern Chennai had its origins as a colonial city and its initial growth was closely tied to its importance as an artificial harbour and trading centre.It was the Portuguese who arrived first here in 1522, and they built a port and named it São Tomé, after the Christian apostle St.