As madras day is around the corner, people are curious to explore heritage sites, streets and culture to percieve the knowledge despite informations are available in websites sporadically. Madras Photo bloggers thrive to provide the platform for the artist to showcase their work in the medium of images, words and videos. We, the team of Curators picked ten pictures from the facebook group pool which have depicted the “streets of Chennai” The Streets of Chennai reflects the candid moments, the aroma of the place and life style. We will be coming up with more interesting articles and events in a while. Stay tuned.
Picture Credits : Aron Anderson
Credits : Deepak Sundar
Credits : Lakshmi Raman
Photo Credits : Mustansir M Lokhandwala
Photo Credits : Muthu PSM
Picture Credits : Prabhakar Ramakrishnan.
Picture Credits : Ramesh Raja
Picture Credits : Sanath Kumar
Picture Credits : Saravanan Ekambaram
Picture Credits : Siva Prasad
Thank you participants for submitting the pictures and we will be coming up with more interesting articles from next week. Stay tuned.
The first monthly meet-up of the madras photo bloggers was conducted on the breezy evening of Sunday at Besant Nagar, Chennai.
Bloggers and photographers joined along with the members of Madras photo Bloggers to talk about the various objectives and its importance.
The participants were also informed on the advantages of volunteering for Madras Photo blogging. This was followed by a brainstorming session where the methods for the development of a blog was discussed.
Importance of photo Blogging.
Roles & Responsibilities.
Core Team Expansion
It was a short 1 hour meet-up, which was extremely useful.We member of MPB look forward to more
of this meets with more and more topics to discuss on!
The second edition of the Youth convention popularly known as the IYC, organized by The Climber, on the 25th of September at Chinmaya Heritage Center, Chetpet. The theme of the event was being curated around the concept of “inspiration live and up-front”. The event featured some of the fine speakers and workshops from the conventional and un-conventional fields from music and dance to entrepreneurship and technology.
Coming to the organizers, The Climber is an IIM Bangalore incubated startup and was awarded the best early stage startup by Bzz Wings 2015. The Climber has also been recognized as one of the 10 best startups by TATA First Dot NEN. We have our chapters in 13 cities all over the country.They are a youth driven organization that focuses on helping students discover and pursue their passion. We connect young minds with wacky ideas, to encouraging mentors who help channelize them in the right direction.
The idea was for the youth to get inspired by the journey of people who are successful by following their passion.
The event kicked off with some enlightening speeches from Parvathi Nayar, Vikas Chawla and Sahithya Jagganathan. Their emphasis was solely on inspiring budding entrepreneurs to break outside their comfort zone and pursue their passion with girth and determination.
This was shortly followed by a stand up comedy act by Stray Factory.We were entertainments with some music and dance performances by youngsters.
Apart from this, the backstage events were happening simultaneously. Jam sessions, art and photography exhibitions and micro fiction counters were put up. The eye catcher was however the captain’s corner where the participants could interact with the mentors.
This was complemented by some eye-catching graffiti featured on the walls and photographs.
On the whole, the event was thoroughly educational with a lot of takeaways. It is indeed inspiring to see young professionals conduct events on a grand scale.
An article by Pavithraa Swaminathan and Photographs by Srivatsan Sankaran. A special thanks to Anirban Saha, Founder Kolkata bloggers for inviting us .