A doorway on TSV Koil Street, Mandaveli.
Taken with Redmi 4 Note phone through an ‘isthri’ cart.
The Muneeswaran statue towers about 40 feet at Burma Colony Angaleswari Temple, Ekkattuthangal.
From a Photowalk in 2016.
Though not old enough to get a heritage tag, this house in Pulla Reddy Avenue, Shenoy Nagar stands out amidst the overall development of multi-storey concrete structures.
How long will it hold against the onslaught, I am not sure.
The Chennai Photowalk #112
Nandi, the sacred bull is the vaahan of Lord Shiva.Normally, we will find the Nandi in front the sanctum sactorum. The nandis of Lepakshi (click here for a post) and Thanjavur are huge.
Nandi images are also common on the walls of any Shiva temple. These are from the walls.
May Nadikeswara bless my 400th daily post.
A photo enthusiast at the Perumal temple, Thirumazhisai on Vaikunda Ekadasi day.
Chennai Photowalk #107
On Christmas eve. 2016
It was early Saturday morning in China Bazaar (NSC Bose Road). This shopkeeper had just opened his shop. Perhaps, later in the day, he will be so busy vending toffees,snacks, and hundred other items that he will hardly have any time to lean out and gaze.
Scott Kelby World Wide Photowalk, Chennai, 1st Oct 2016.
Fort St.George Chennai has so much history to showcase. But the whole site is pathetically neglected and abused. There are multiple authorities which claim ownership of various segments or installations – Archeological Survey of India (ASI), Ministry of Defence and the Government of Tamil Nadu. Heritage ultimately suffers.
Burying the old spelling for the New and Improved?