Monday, October 13, 2008


Our kids, Medha and Chaitanya, had come down to visit us in Chennai from Canada in December 2006. Narsim, (now)Medha's husband had also come down from the US. We had a good time together. On 29 Dec 2006, we had made a trip to the Crocodile Park and Mahabalipuram. These are some of the photographs that were clicked by Narsim. The photographs bring out the majestic beauty of the sculptures at Mahabalipuram. I will be writing about them in due course. Chaitanya, The Elephant, Medha & Narsim

Poonam, Self, Medha & Chaitanya posing infront of the Ratha

The Shore Temple with the sea in the background

Medha, Poonam, Self and Chaitanya in a happy pose with the Shore Temple in the backgroud.


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Admirable said...

Nice pics....I will be visiting Mahabalipuram this month.