Pulicat, in the Chingleput District, has one of the few natural harbours on the Coromandel Coast of South India and was a possession of the Dutch East India Company at various times up until 1825.
Index and images of graves at Dutch Cemetery, Pulicat findagrave.com
- History of Pulicat Wikipedia
- Pulicat Wikipedia
- Once bustling, Pulicat now dozes by Nidhi Adlakha Madras Musings Vol. XX No. 21, February 16-28, 2011
- Dutch seek to salvage links in Tamil history 28 April 2011 livemint.com
- Heritage destination–Pulicat by Karthik A. Bhatt Madras Musings Vol. XXI No. 16, December 1-15, 2011
- "Some Coromandel Chintzes" by Ebeltje Jonxis html version pdf version The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club Volume 53 1970, Numbers 1 & 2, page 37 from On-Line Digital Archive of Documents on Weaving and Related Topics University of Arizona
- "Madras Miscellany" by S. Muthiah December 30, 2012 The Hindu. Scroll down for "Getting to know Castle Geldria", in Pulicat. The Dutch presence on the Coromandel.
Historical books online
- "Pulicat Town" Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 20, page 241.