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Although not much is known about his origin or mission, Portraits of Hope: Armenians in the Contemporary World by Huberta Von Voss indicates that he was lauded for his work for the rebirth of Christianity.
However, it was not until the 1660s that the Armenian presence in Madras became eminent.
According to Madras: The Land, The People and Their Governance by S.
Muthiah, the earliest Armenian tombstone in the city is of Coja David Margar found near Little Mount, which dates back to 1663.
The road runs north–south and connects Mannady Street in the north with the China Bazaar Road (NSC Bose Road) in the south.
The street is dotted with several century-old historical structures.
The street is named for the Armenians, who were some of the early settlers in the city of Madras.
Several moved to the long street of the commercial neighbourhood of George Town in the 1750s, eventually making the street bear their name.
The locals, however, corrupted the name to Aranmanaikaran Street, which means the 'street of the palace people'.