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  • Chennai Beach
    on Jan 8, 2011 in Tourist spot
    Chennai beach, a view from Fisherman’s Cove on the East Coast Road. Details of Chennai beach will follow later.
  • Dakshinachitra-2
    on Jan 4, 2011 in Tourist spot Culture
    The tradition and culture of other southern states are also brought alive in this centre. There are folk performers, puppeteers, craftsman, potters, who continuously showcase their art and entertain the visitors. Syrian Christian House &n...
  • Dakshinachitra-1
    on Jan 3, 2011 in Tourist spot Culture
    Dakshinachitra which means 'Picture of the south' (Dakshin - south, chitra or chitram - picture) encompasses the architecture of the South Indian Houses with a live model of each style of building. It was established by the Madras Craft Council and s...
  • Cholamandal Artist’s village
    on Dec 28, 2010 in Tourist spot
    Cholamandal situated on Muttukadu Road, is the centre for art lovers and patrons of the art. It has galleries for paintings, sculptures and an open air international sculpture park around the complex. Sometimes we get to see artists in work or just w...
  • Valluvar Kottam
    on Nov 24, 2010 in Historical building
    Valluvar kottum built in the memory of Thiruvalluvar, a classical tamil poet is an important landmark in Chennai. It resembles a Temple Chariot, particularly the one in Thiruvarur. Inside the monument, the poet’s verses are inscribed in pillars on...
  • Sri Ranganathar Temple
    on Oct 27, 2010 in temple
    Sri Ranganathar temple is located in Devadanam (Devargal visited and worshiped the lord and hence the name )a village, few kilometres from ponneri in Thiruvallur District. The 18 feet long deity is apparently longer than the Ranganathar in Srirangam...
  • Bygone Culture
    on Oct 26, 2010 in Culture
    Boom Boom Mattukaaran The Bull and the Mattukaaran traversing the streets of Chennai, stopping by every house, with a drum in hand making the bull dance to the beat, shaking its head and legs answering to the trainers questions and getting to hear ni...
  • Tidbits
    on Oct 22, 2010 in shopping
    Chennai is seeing a sudden rise of Shopping Complexes. With the increase in population, there is an increasing need for entertainment. There was a time when people used to throng Spencer Plaza like swarming bees, but now huge malls are sprouting ever...
  • G.H. (General Hospital)
    on Oct 22, 2010 in Hospitals
     The Government General Hospital was started in 1664 by the British East India Company. After a century this state owned hospital building was reconstructed and what stands now is the two majestic towers, one of the best in the state. It is situ...
    on Oct 19, 2010 in Historical building
    Named after Queen Victoria, this is an historical edifice built by the British in the year 1882. This building, well known for its architecture is now in a dilapidated condition. The Chennai Corporation has planned to renovate this structure and the...
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