Photo Contest

Dig out pictures from your personal archives, share it publicly on your Instagram , Facebook or Twitter  with a short anecdote describing the memory and just tag it with #MadrasAndhaNaal   #MadrasDay  #citizenmatters

T&C: Photographs shared, must be from your personal collection, not a copyrighted image. Shortlisted entries will be shared on our website and social media.

Meera K, a former resident of Chennai reminisces her days in Radhakrishnan Nagar.

“This was the view from my house in the neighbourhood was once part of the Thiruvanmiyur temple land. The palmyra trees were the ‘fence’ making up the eastern periphery of IMPCOMS campus, which  was full of snakes. The empty land used to be rice fields. During monsoons, the entire area would flood as the clay soil would not let the water seep through. Power would go off for days together. The kerosene lamps, mosquitoes and the sound of frogs croaking away always remind me of those rainy days.”


50000 books, rare memorabilia and just three employees: Why Madras Literary Society needs Chennai

One of the the oldest subscription libraries in the world, Chennai’s literary treasure trove is critically short of hands required for maintenance. As we celebrate Madras Day, would you consider volunteering for the cultural wonderland that is MLS?


Chennai historian Sriram is 75… walks old!

Well known historian Sriram V talks about his journey from Walk 1 to Walk 75, his love for Chennai and its heritage, and what he thinks we must do to conserve it better

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