On the street where I live-Chennai

A beautiful Wesley Church lies a few houses away from my house, a part of which faces the Poonamallee High Road . It was just another monument until a few days ago.


  1. Grumpy 1 March, 2009 at 19:29 Reply

    It looks like it could be church right here in Virginia. Being a Methodist pastor and in the Wesley heritage, I appreciate you sharing the pics of the church. It has a lovely old feel to it. I would love to know when it was built.

  2. iamyuva 2 March, 2009 at 15:34 Reply

    ya nice..not far from my home. I took some of beach this time when i was there (@flickrs) which i never did while living there. so much we take it for granted but we miss when we move away..

  3. Jeevan 2 March, 2009 at 20:50 Reply

    Wow… its awesome structure buddy! I donโ€™t know its existence been living in Chennai this long. I wish I visit this church sure sometime! Very nice pictures and let me to know.

  4. Lakshmi 8 March, 2009 at 18:54 Reply

    Mridula – Yes, it does ..Sunday morning mass

    Indrani – Its quite old and beutiful

    Wendy – Its a beautiful moment..i like the sound of bells too

    Sekar – Sometimes the most beautiful monument is just down the road ๐Ÿ™‚

    Alok, Harekrishnaji, Matt, Ceedy – Thanks . Glad you liked them

    Grumpy – I dont know the exact year, but will find out for sure..

    Bindu – yes, like I told sekhar, the most beautiful monument may be just down the road

    PNS – No, its very much there..I meant that I didnt appreciate the beauty of the monument inspite of living down the road

    Ajeya – yes, these old churches are rich in architecture

    HW – ๐Ÿ™‚ yes, I realized that as I went on the photowalk

    Sarah – Im glad you like my images of india ๐Ÿ™‚

    Yuva – I know the true..will check yr pics

    Philip – Thanks for the comment.glad you like my country the way I portray it

    Jeevan – Its in Egmore on Poonamallee High road near dasaprakash go there if possible

    Sujata – used to, my parents live there now ๐Ÿ™‚

    Prabha – we take it for granted na ..

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