The Madha Streets of Royapuram
The land of St. Peter’s, of the Jal Phiroj Clubwala Dar-e-Meher, of the oldest railway station in South India, of institutions and establishments decade and centuries-old, and of the diverse communities and cultures that make the area vivid and lively - the northern suburb of Royapuram is a land of treasures.
Join us and behold the town unfold, the remnants of the past co-existing with the modern developments, as well as the religious harmony that this locality proudly exhibits and espouses.
Walk with us around the Madha Streets of Royapuram and discover this spectacular town with us!
What Participants Say
It was an unexpected pleasure to be hosted by the Parsi community of Chennai.
The individual who led the walk did a wonderful job
The exclusive access and the in-depth explanation of the speaker / host.
Focus: History, Community and Development, Architecture
Research Duration: 3.5 months (and, ongoing!)
Walk Duration: 2 hours
Timings: 06:30 am – 08:30 am
Starting Point: St. Peter's Church
Ending Point: Kunhiraman's General Stores
The history of the settlement
Understanding the origins and growth of the various religious edifices
Visit to the Parsi Fire Temple
Tasting local delicacy