Governor Banwarilal Purohit, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, political leaders and others extended greetings to people on the eve of Deepavali. Continue Reading
Amid the din and bustle of MGR Road in Nanganallur is Hema Vidyasankar who has chosen to take the old route. She goes the extra mile to prepare the Deepavali marundhu at home. Thanks to her mother from where the tradition was passed down. Continue Reading
While the Deepavali vibes are already here. The State Fire and Rescue Services officials are pulling up the sock to prevent mishap. This year, however, the fire accidents would be minimum due to the Tamilnadu Pollution Control Board order. According to the notification, residents are allowed to burst crackers between 6 am and 7 am and 7 pm and 8 pm. Firemen in the city welcome the decision as it would reduce the accidents. Continue Reading
Long queues, coins jingling, goodies everywhere. This is Deepavali at the Fourth Main Road market in Nanganallur.
The ever-busy bazaar was bustling with people all over to do the festival purchase and it is the time where people work hard and reap the benefits. Continue Reading
With just a day left for Deepavali, people from Chennai have already started leaving for their native places to celebrate the festival with their relatives and friends. Continue Reading