A dwindling tribe – knife sharpeners. This man was spotted in Anna Nagar
Motivating you to fitness one step at a time. A gym entrance in Anna Nagar
“Can I see Page 3 please?” , the mannequin seems to be asking the man engrossed in reading his newspaper in Anna Nagar.
The Madras University Senate House was built around 1875. This Indo -Saracenic structure was designed by Robert Chisholm.
The hall was closed to the public but was opened as a venue of Chennai Photo Biennale.
A pedestrian bridge connecting Thiruvanmiyur MRTS station and Ramanujam Knowledge City across Old Mahabalipuram Road – photographed on Bhogi day 2019 when the smog was much less than the previous year.
Statue of a farmer on the campus of the Government College of Fine Arts, which is the oldest art institutions in India. This was started in 1850 and has nurtured many famous artists and sculptors. This is one of the venues of The Chennai Photo Biennale 2019
Statue of two wrestlers – probably a project of a student who must have gone on to make a name for himself. On the campus of the Government College of Fine Arts, one of the oldest art institutions in this country. (started in 1850)
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk Chennai. Seen from a moving train.
Arena of many epic cricketing battles. Home of the most knowledgeable cricket lovers in India.
There has been an announcement of renaming Central station after a former CM of the State. For a true blooded Madrasi it will always remain ‘Central’ – not even Madras Central, unlike Bombay Central. I have not even got over my city being renamed Chennai. However, such minority views do not count in an emotion-laden public issue.
What is your view on it?
Above wall -painting is from Thiruvanmiyur Station. ‘Thriuvnmiyuril Central’. Like ‘Chennaiyil Thiruvaiyaru’
An unusual scene these days. A man reading a book during suburban train travel while most others are checking their mobile phones.
Caught from a passing train.