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[Chennai Trekking Club] Post trip writeup - Heritage Photography Trip - Vellore, 23rd September, 2012

 
By Aruna Rajagopal

 

What : Heritage Photography Trip by CTC


Where : Vellore


When : 23rd Sep 2012


Who : A bunch of photographers ( and some posers too :P ) most of whom were strangers to each other at the start of the journey.


What I expected : It was group of photographers in a trip together all you would expect is for everyone to be in their own world clicking insistently. And also for the trip to be a very formal one with not much fun or interaction.


What it was : A bunch of crazy-ass fun loving people who made the whole day super awesome fun. Thanks to all who didn't even think twice before cracking jokes and teasing the others and also the others who just teased them back rather than getting offended. We didn't even know the names of each other till the end of the journey but I learnt that name is the last thing you need to make friends. On the whole it was a great trip and to quote Nivya(the organiser) "A trip is only as good as the participants", so kudos to everyone who were a part of the trip.


In Detail : Being a dormant member in CTC for more than one year now I finally decided to become active with this trip and I am very happy that I did. The first time I have been to Vellore and I totally fell in love with the place and the temples there.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Awakened by a call from my friend (who was also one of the participant) at 4 in the morning I dragged myself to get ready and left to koyambedu. We were picked from near Nathan's Cafe by around 5:45 AM and so the journey began. Most of us dozed off during the travel we were jerked up when our driver decided to show of the surround music system in the van. So we travelled a while with blasting music and finally reached a hotel to have our breakfast. After breakfast we travelled a little while longer to reach our first destination the Vallimala – A temple for lord muruga on top of a hill.

 

 

When someone said it was about 450 steps to the top I thought '450 .. how hard could that be' and only after reaching the top completely exhausted and out of breath  I realised how bad my fitness level was. We clicked pics of and around the temple and rested for a while. There were some beautiful small cradles tied to the trees around the temple which provided as a nice subject to photograph. Then as we headed down we found a small lotus pond in the middle of the rocks and got to work with our cameras. There a few couples who were having some private time in the shade there, they were chased away from there cause of our constant clicking and loud comments. We finished off with a group photo which involved the photographer Gautam running across rocks in 10 sec to be in the photo.

 

 

 

 

Our second destination being the jain caves on the way down from the temple we headed that way chatting and teasing each other along the way. We reached the entrance of the caves but instead of facing just a gate we were stopped by a fallen tree.We couldn't let that stop us from getting to the caves now, could we?? Went around the tree, found our own path, jumped the gate and finally reached the caves. The effort was completely worth it, the caves had some sculptures on the rocks. And the water dripping down from the rocks made the place so cool and it felt so wonderful be there away from the hot sun. After hanging out there for a bit we reached down tired and thirsty. We quenched our thirst in a small cool-drink stall on the foot of the hill before boarded our van.

 


 

 

Our next destination was a beautiful temple with lush green lawns and tall tr

ees providing all the protection needed from the hot sun. But sadly the temple was closed and it wouldn't be opened for a while. We clicked some pictures of the gopuram inside through the small gap in between the gates and also of the beautiful lawn. Later we headed to a small patch of water in a river nearby where some of the guys took a dip in the waters along with the kids of the place. The kids and our fellow travellers had some major fun playing in the water and challenging each other on their swimming abilities. Then we headed back to the temple to take a group picture before we left for lunch.

 

 

 

 

 

Post lunch we reached our final destination the vellore fort which houses a beautiful temple with some amazing sculptures. With so many beautiful frames to be captured, all of us got to business immediately clicking away anything and everything we could. After taking all the time we needed in the temple we left to the view point in the fort. With the journey coming to an end we all took some final pics of each other, had some fun, pulled each other's leg and finally headed back to the van.


The journey back was filled with some of us dancing away and the others cheering us on. Looking at our pictures we complimented and critiqued each other on our pictures. And there were some doubt clearing and explanations going on about photography. Then we decided to stop at a coffee shop where finally we introduced each other and spoke a little about ourselves and also the trip. The introduction itself was super fun and felt more like a ragging session in college. So that's it we had our coffees and teas and headed back to Chennai with the memories of a beautiful trip and friendship of some wonderful people and not to forget some wonderful photographs.


Looking forward to more such trips.


Some Fun Moments :


The guys trying to explain to the hindi walas the 'petromax light' senthil-gowdamani comedy.


The argument between anoop and the others about who has two wifes lord muruga or ganesha. Sweta explaining the whole thing patiently to anoop and karthick(being another name for muruga) ended up getting a nick name 'guy with two wifes'.


The loud comments about the couples who climbed all the way to the top of the hill to spend some time alone and finally chasing them away.


Gautam's struggle while taking the group photos – first one where he had to run in 10 secs through rocks to be in the frame and second one where he was getting ragged by everyone while he was struggling so hard to getting the settings right owing to the bad lighting situations.


Dominic who just wanted to just pose by sitting on top of a horse ended up being taken on a short round in it all the way yelling "dai podhum da" to the horse guy.


Gautam grabbing the camera from nivya to take a picture of two girls walking past our van as we were just about to leave and the photo turning out to be a really beutiful one.


The introductions at the coffee shop by the end of the day where no one could escape the full-fledged ragging.  


The comedy dancing by ajay, gautam, vinod, swapna, sweta, karthick, nivya, pramod and myself (aruna) in the van on our way back to Chennai.


And finally a big thanks to Pramod and Thirumalai (actually everyone else too) for being so lively throughout the trip and making it a wonderful experience.



 By Karthik Gopal

 

 

 It was a such a wonderful trip and I am very happy to have made it along with all of you. 3 days on, and the memories of the trip are still lingering in my head. Here's a brief write up of the trip. Photographs, I'll post after a while

There is a certain enchantment in visiting places of historic value. There is wonderful mystery in visiting unknown places. There is great joy in meeting new people and making new friends. Very few opportunities present themselves with all of these put together. CTC's Heritage photography trip was one such occasion. So with the beloved camera in tow we all set out early in the morning on the one day sojurn. Soon the mini bus was teeming with enthusiastic photographers and eager trippers. While much of the journey in the early hours was spent sleeping, the whole clan was up and buzzing once breakfast was taken. Thanks to the lively entertainment provided by some of the merry men and women, the bus journey in the hot weather was enjoyable.

 

 

 

And so we reached our first stop, the Vallimalai hill - A lovely hill in the midst of a sleepy village. So much so that there was nobody to gape at a few townsfolk stepping out of the bus with fancy cameras fitted with long cannon-like lenses (even the Nikon lenses were cannon-like for those who were waging the Canon-Nikon battle). A lovely idyllic pond greeted us at the base of the hill. Some of us explored all sorts of angles to click pictures of the pond while the rest settled down on the steps, feeding the fish with puffed rice. We then proceeded up the hill.

 

 

 

With nobody like Peter to egg us up the steps, each of us took his/her own sweet time. Half way up, we encountered a gang of worshippers piously making their way up, singing hymns with glee. Our star entertainer, Pramod joined their enjoyment by dancing with them. The steps eventually gave way to the facade of the little temple and revealed a lovely panorama around. The gracious Tirumalai rewarded us all for climbing with chocolate laddu :) All around the temple people had built little stone pyramids and hung little cradles to get their wishes fulfilled. A little path led further into the other side of the hill where little mandapams were built. After some group snaps, we proceeded further, much to the chagrin of Pramod and a few others who wanted to visit an ashram set up there. We climbed down the stairs to visit the Jain caves.

 

 

 

A fallen tree and a 4 foot gate is no match for CTC champs. The age old stone carvings, the cool water trickling into the cave and the ripples on the water all became forever etched in our cameras. Satisfied and happy, we descended from the hill and made our way to a welcoming juice shop. Once our thirst was quenched, we proceeded onward to the Somanatha temple

It was a beautiful old temple surrounded by trees, a well manicured lawn and a river nearby. The only disappointment was that the temple was closed. That was quickly put away as there was enough to take pictures of, including a calm little owl perched on a tree! Even a common handpump was not spared from the prying vision of a photographer's lens. The cool shade of the tree with a nice platform provided us with a nice setting to take some rest. After a few group snaps here, we moved to the river for some fun and frolick with little boys in the water. A few of us even took a dip in the gentle river water. Having had our share of fun here, we moved left the villages and their narrow winding roads behind and reached Vellore. The journey had made us quite hungry by now and we devoured the full meals as though we had not eaten for days! After the rejuvenating food, the photographers made it to the last destination - the vellore fort

We got down at the parking lot and went to the magnificent Jalagandeshwar temple inside the fort.

 

 

 

 The main Gopuram was imposing and the view was quite breathtaking. Impressive carvings and intricate sculptures adorned the structure - a treat for any photographer. There was more of the beautiful stone work inside in the town hall. Multitudes of pillars, each carved with a unique design left us enchanted. We all took as many pictures as we could Then we went to explore the fort walls. The fort was magnificent with towering walls and sentry posts at regular intervals. There was also a lovely moat surrounding it with little boats to enjoy a ride in. We all strolled around the fort premises for a while, lapping up the evening sun, which finally set on our one day trip.

It was time to head back to Chennai and get back to our regular lives. But there was more to come. We may have concluded our trip but the fun did not. For once the incredibly loud speakers in the bus with their resounding bass effect were tolerated and the mad dancing started. Everyone pitched in the dance, led by the ever-so-fresh Pramod with great support by Ajay. Introduction sessions were refuted in the bus but it eventually kicked off at a roadside tea shop. After a final round of leg-pulling at the tea shop, the gang finally settled down to some melodic numbers. It was time to part as Koyambedu, Guindy etc arrived and one by one, everyone left.

With every trip we make, we leave a bit of us behind in the places we visit and we take a bit of those places with us too. Same was the case here. We left a bit of our attraction to these beautiful places and we took memories of them with us. Every CTC trip has a common line after the agenda..."return to chennai with pleasant memories and like-minded friends". So true...Each of us are glad we made it to the trip and made it back with loads of new fun loving friends.


Until the next time,
Have loads of fun friends!

 

 

 

By Dominic Sahayaraj 

 

GOD!!!! Time already 4.58, I am still at Velachery… Karthick's call informed that they are already at Guindy railway station, drove my bike like mad and ran like hell and huffing and puffing I reached the van time 5.15AM. Sorry Guys for the delay, my sincere apologies and will see it never happens again.

Nivya said a curt hello but didn't look irritated, she very had the right to be but it did not show, I guess that is why is she is such a great organizer.

The Van had a very decent interior and seats were also very comfortable the diver was very alert and courteous (a rarity amongst drivers……I recommend we use this guy for future trips but organizers choice is final).

The van by this time had picked up groups from Tidel and Guindy, the next pickup was at Olympia Towers.

At Koyambedu the last group got picked and we were on our way and as I mentioned earlier the seats were very comfortable everyone was dozing try to catch up the  moments of sleep which was lost by waking up 3am/4am etc.

We made the first pit stop for breakfast and myself and Sunil (my last trip organizer) sat chatting together joined by Swetha and Mukund. Mukund informed that he had been very active in CTC earlier and then went into of hibernation and joined this trip after a long gap. For Swetha this was the first CTC activity and she is from Hyderabad and Post graduate from IIT Rookee and working in Chennai as Civil Engineer and doing research in TAMIL Language  (not literature) like counting the no of alphabets in TAMIL which ja ka ra is missing etc.

 

 

After about hour, we reached our first destination Vallimalai and while walking towards the temple kulam, I got know two more budding photographers Aruna and Swapna. The Group has a good photography session of the picturesque place while Group were busy clicking away, I was waiting for the famous photographer Thirumalai (Thiru) to arrive and he too arrived and started his usual antics.

Then began the ordeal of climbing the steep temple steps to reach the main temple where I came to know another enthusiastic person Pramod who showed some great dance moves which was in synchrony with the chants made the climbing those steps easy and finally we had reached the top and the view from the top was fabulous and fantastic and worth all the effort.  

 

 

By this time I came to know the other members of the group we had Dhaval (Gujarati settled in Chennai), Karthick (Cognizant), Avinash (Tata steel Tada), Anoop (Cable and Wireless), Shree Hari, Hari (Sai Engg Student), Ajay, Gowtham, Vinod (Organizer 2), Murali.

 We had a great time on top of the hill as it was a real photographer's delight and everyone had a share of their antics. Pramod kept posing like climbed Mt. Everest and pestering everyone to take his photo followed by the antics of Thiru you couldn't ask for more. Swapna was so enthralled by the lotuses in pond that she bent precariously for clicking some shots. (Thank god she didn't trip and fall). I sure we going to hear more about Swapna and Aruna in times to come…

Karthik had used me as model and promised to pay me hope he remembers the promise.

The descent was not that tough as climb and that were the group got separated and I was with the one which went to van and on the way we had some soft drinks from the nearby shops….poor swetha could not fulfill her choice of having golee soda as none of shops had it and the one which had it had store it in such as way that even swetha who claimed to have a good immune system refused to have it.

The other group finally arrived and they had their share of fun at the Jain caves which we missed sadly.

The next stop was Somanatha and Cholaeswarala Temples which was unfortunately closed for lunch, hence we could not enter inside but it did not stop the group from having some fantastic fun taking Group photos on the lawns using karthik's tripod and Gowtham trying directing us like Gowtham Vasudevan Menon.

 

 

 

 

As there was a dried up river nearby one group which want have some fun in water went that way and others stayed behind in the shade.

Pramod, Thiru were up to their usual antics using the boys as the models while Ajay, Gowtham, Vinod had their share of fun by taking a dip in the pond. It was hard to spot Gowtham among the boys as he also looked like one of them….

Swapna and Aruna too were busy clicking, Swapna did some gymantics and jumped from the bridge on riverbed which motivated me to do the jump. Swetha wanted to try but could not said she had some sprain while she was walking/running on the treadmill (sprit was willing but the flesh was weak) so she took the longer route. Swapna sitting on bridge was used as model by our photographer Thiru.

Our next stop was for lunch at Vellore. (I still have to pay Ajay a balance of Rs. 5/- as I did not have change). After lunch while some were having ice cream and some were having juice, Swetha got robbed of her juice by Parmod and Ajay by putting their straws in her cup.

We came to Jalakandeswara Temple near Vellore fort and group had a great time clicking way Vinoth was mentioning that he won't mind spending the whole day here as the sculptures were so beautiful and I too keenly follow these kinds of sculptures and carving and try to decipher the message/meaning behind them. Attached some of them

Chinese Version of Bodidaraman

(You too can create your own interpretation.)

Here, Thiru and Gowtham scared a tiny tot with their cameras (no matter of cajoling giving chocolates would stop the kid from crying).

From Jalakandeswara Temple all of us walked to the Vellore Fort and got a good view of the landscape. Here again antics of Parmod and Thiru came to play and here also we had a good fun taking semi Group photos.

 

 

Then I suddenly find everyone is started clicking in one direction…. the beauties of CTC Heritage trek were together Nivya, Swetha, Swapna, Aruna it got stopped only when the  Thiru stood alongside (..like a beast). Thiru was complaining when I stand no one clicks when girls stand everyone clicks. (Well Thiru have a heart…the world always has a soft corner for the fairer sex).

As this was our last spot in our itinerary, we all walked back to our van and I and Pramod did some bit of horse riding which led to some grumbles inside the van for delaying them.

On the way back, we were treated to some refreshing tea and coffee by our generous organizers Vinod and Nivya (treated because I did not pay for them). Also, we had a hilarious self introduction near the tea stall. My only regret being Anoop coming and telling that he didn't hear my introduction. (Well I was the first to start Anoop).

During the rest of journey back, Pramod kept us entertained through his dance moves with Ajay, Gowtham, Swetha, Aruna, Swapna and Nivya too shook a leg.

Also during the drive back, Aruna gave gyan about white light balance, shutter speed etc which really very informative and really these girls are really going to go places.

Finally, the van dropped us at the pickup points safe and sound.

I would like to mention that this one of the most memorable trips I had after very long time and thank the organizers for arranging such a magnificent trip and looking forward to joining in future trips.

 

 

It was a very lively group. Special thanks to Karthik and Pramod for helping us with co-ordinating in the pick up points. Thanks to everyone in this trip for the wonderful spirit to volunteer for any activity.

 

Please post your comments and feedback in the following link:

http://chennai-trekking-club.32436.n3.nabble.com/Heritage-Photography-Trip-3-Vellore-td4025270.html

 

 

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[Chennai Trekking Club] tree plantation event at kattupakkam

HI ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL


SO FAR 25 PEOPLE HAVE REGISTERED FOR THE TREE PLANTATION EVENT AT KATTUPAKKAM THIS SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER 


EXPECTING MORE PEOPLE TO MAKE THEM DIRTY COME ON JOIN US FRIENDS 


REGISTRATIONS WILL BE CLOSED BY TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND PARTICIPANTS WILL BE CONTACTED THROUGH SEPARATE MAIL 

WHY WAIT FOR JOIN US AND MAKE A CHANGE TO THE PLACE WE LIVE 

"LETS MAKE OUR PLACE CLEAN AND GREEN"


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[Chennai Trekking Club] ECR Beach Cleanup, Saturday Sep 22nd

[Write up by Geetha]
 

Kovalam Coastal clean-up

Had registered myself for this cause, after well knowing that my back was giving me some trouble, and was not keeping a very fine condition. But still I wanted to be a part of this cause. I had stopped going to the beach as I kept getting this sick feeling of how dirty it was getting. Had visited broken bridge and the stench was so bad that could not even breathe properly. The excitement of driving early morning to se the sunrise was marred by the filth in the area. SO thought why not join the cause .

 

Received a mail from Peter giving us the details of the agenda and making me the contact person at Koyembedu. We were seven of us from koyembedu, I called everyone and they confirmed that they will be @ the CTC famous ( I knew everyone would be thinking Nathan café) Sorry guys this time it was on the opposite side @ the petrol pump. KArthick picked me up bang on and we were at koyembedu by 6:00. Enroute, made a few calls everyone confirmed having reached the petrol pump. We took karthicks car and angshuman wanted to go to chengalpet so he took his bike and all of started towards Guindy. On the way somewhere near Kathipara, Gokul called to inform us that one person from guindy would be joining in our car and off we reached for Hotchips, Palavakkam with this new guy from guindy. We introduced ourselves and after reaching Palavakkam spoke to Peter, who asked to start breakfast and wait for the rest.

 

 

It was too early for the breakfast but we did have some idli dosas and soon the others joined in with the happy faces.Greeting exchanged, breakfast over, some swapping to accommodate everyone and offfffffff we were on the way to Kovalam.

More than 50 of us had reached and after wearing our gloves and picking our bags we started Kuppa porkifying…… we spread across, the casuarinas trees protecting us from the sun…

All of us chatting and chirping and simultaneously working. And collecting the paper plates, broken bottles, plastic glasses, thermocol plates and cups, dirty Nappies, broken chappals and sandals, socks, scarfs, towels, and any thing which the picnickers left after a day of enjoyment.

 

The work continued for more than 2 hours and we had some enthusiastic toddlers, excited girls and boys and men and women all focused to clean the place. But my back gave away within ½ an hour of the process and had to just watch around.

40+ bags were collected and finally we called it a day at 10:30, as the sun was getting hotter and we were now really tired. I hope we are really able to spread the awareness that we need to keep our beaches clean.

Some pictures CTC style were clicked and all of us bade goodbye and got into the cars to head back home.

 


A DAY WELL SPENT FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE(OF CTC)


Geetha

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[Chennai Trekking Club] Re: CTC's Buckingham Canal Marathon, Oct 7th - prep email

Correction - the Marathon is on Sunday Oct 7th (not 6).

On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 4:32 PM, Peter Van Geit <peter.vangeit@gmail.com> wrote:
413 runners have been confirmed for our Marathon on October 7th. Names below. Participants please read this prep email carefully.
Contents

Assembly (locations, timings, pooling) 
Venue (map, vehicle parking)
Registration (fees, BIB, t-shirt, warm-up)
Running (check points/U-turn, refreshments, first aid)
Completion (timing, photo, medal, e-certificate)
Breakfast (participants, cut BIB, disperse)
Sponsors
Confirmed Participants



Assembly (locations, timings, pooling) 

Please assemble at the location indicated during registration:

Koyambedu - Petrol bunk opposite CMBT
Guindy - Mount road opposite Guindy railway station
Tirunvanmyur - OMR, TIDEL Signal, Southeast corner
ECR Link Road - connecting road between Shollinganallur and ECR (near bridge over the Buckingham Canal)

Runners can pool together with own cars (5 heads) and bikes (2 heads) to the venue. Be sure to report at and start from your respective assembly points ON TIME as indicated below. Assembly timing depends on the run (5, 10, 21, 42K) you are participating in - longer runs will start earlier. Note: ensure to leave sharp ON TIME at the indicated times below from each assembly point in order to reach the venue on time. Do NOT wait for late-comers.

Timings Koyambedu Guindy Tirunvanmyur ECR link road Registration
BIB/fees
Start Run
full marathon Report: 3:15am
Start: 3:30am
Report: 3:45am
Start: 4am
Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
-> redirect to
Tirunvanmyur
4:30am Tirunvanmyur
5am
half marathon Report: 3:45am
Start: 4am
Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am 5:30am Buckingham Canal
6am
10km run Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am
Start: 5:30am
Report: 5:45am 6am Buckingham Canal
6:30am
5km run Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am
Start: 5:30am
Report: 5:45am
Start: 6am
Report: 6:30am 6:30am Buckingham Canal
7am



Venue (map, vehicle parking)

Full Marathon - OMR, TIDEL Signal, 4:30am. Participants of our full marathon will be running the initial 20K alongside OMR and Pallikarnai (map will be shared separately) before entering the Buckingham Canal by sunrise (there are no streetlights along the canal). Vehicles can be parked near Elnet (in front of TIDEL). Upon completion of the marathon near ECR Link Road the marathon runners will be dropped back to Tirunvanmyur.

Half Marathon, 10K, 5K runs - Intersection of ECR Link road (connecting ECR and Shollinganallur) and Buckingham Canal bridge.
Vehicles can be parked on both sides of the ECR Link road near the bridge.

Map:


Our volunteers will assist in parking of cars and bikes. Please keep your luggages safe in the car you came along with. Those coming with bikes and public transport can hand over their luggages to our volunteers who will keep them in 3 designated cars (after receiving your BIB number below - luggages will be tagged with the same number).

Registration (BIB, fees, warm-up)

Upon arrival at the venue immediately report at the registration desk to:
    pay 100Rs registration fees
    receive your BIB number (running number) - attach it to your chest with the safety pins provided such that it is clearly visible
    receive your marathon participation t-shirt

Until the start of your run please warm up, stretch your muscles. Refreshments are provided. Report at the starting line 10 minutes before the start of your run:

Half Marathon - 6am
10K run - 6:30am
5K run - 7am

We do NOT maintain separate start timings for late comers. All runners in each run will be flagged of together.
Intellectual Property Registration

Running (check points/U-turn, refreshments, first aid)

The run will be on a 4m wide jeep track alongside the scenic Buckingham Canal. Please run on the RIGHT side of the track as the earlier runners will using the opposite section after their respective U-turn points. Refreshment stalls are provided at 2.5km intervals (plain water, glucon-D, bananas). Keep a watchful eye for your U-turn point (clearly visible banner along the track) which is different for each run:

Full/half Marathon - 10km (near Muttukaddu boat house)
10K run - 5K along the canal
5K run - 2.5K along the canal

Your BIB number will be checked at the U-turn point by our volunteers to ensure you complete the entire run. First aid is available at the refreshment points as well as some of our volunteers will be moving along the track on cycles to provide any assistance if required.
 
The trail is completely flat, mix of red sand and small gravel (mostly hard-trail). Not recommended to run barefoot. Freshers please do not run too fast from the start, stick to a average pace and stop running immediatdely if you feel dizziness or abnormalness, have a sound sleep the previous week and take good rest.
 

Completion (timing, photo, medal, e-certificate)

The end point of the run will be near the starting point. Your end timing will be noted and announced by our volunteers. Those who successfully complete the run (e.g. checked at the U-turn point) will be given a medal. A few days later you can download an e-certificate with your name, run distance, timing, BIB as well as your finishing photo taken by our volunteers at the link which will be emailed to you.


Breakfast (participants, cut BIB)

After finishing the run, do not stop immediately but keep walking for some time to relax your muscles. Breakfast (sandwiches, refreshments) is provided for the participants. Show your BIB number near the breakfast stall - our volunteer will cut a corner from your BIB and provide you with breakfast. After having breakfast you are welcome to stay around and watch the other runners finish or disperse back to your respective assembly points by pooling together in the cars/bikes you came with to the venue.


Contacts

Please make a note of these contact numbers for any assistance during the event -

Sponsors

GAVS Technologies is Sponsoring t-shirts and caps for all runners.
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Web site : http://www.gavsin.com

GAVS Technologies is a Chennai, India-based technology services and solutions firm with global presence in the Americas, Europe, Middle and Far East. GAVS was founded in 1998, and has since grown to be a leading player in the global IT services and solutions delivery market. The company serves the high-growth America, European, Middle East and Far East market segments by providing turnkey systems integration solutions entailing custom software implementation, hardware optimization and data center maintenance. Through a unique synthesis of organic and inorganic growth model on top of highly specialized offerings in the IT, Infrastructure and BPO verticals, we have established a well-balanced portfolio of services catering to the mainstream, uncontested, and emerging markets globally.

 
 
Swayamwara is sponsoring medals for all runners successfully completing the run.
 
 
Swayamwara, a leading matrimony site has started its journey in the day of 10th September 2000 and successfully travelling with lakhs of profiles. This is exclusively for Indians to find their life partner through its unique online matchmaking platform. As the old proverb says Marriages are made in heaven, it is difficult for people to find their better half who can really make their life heaven. Swayamwara was found in the motto to provide true information of the bride/bridegroom. The main goal of Swayamwara is, making everlasting successful marriages. Swayamwara is one of the top most ranking matrimonial websites in India. We are providing scrupulous systems to ensure information accuracy. We Offer maximum value to the Customer at an affordable price. Marriage is a solemn and public covenant between a man and a woman in which we help to find their soul mate in all aspects. Swayamwara has thousands of success stories where somany of couples united through us, are thanking us for supporting to find their right mate. 
 
Oneva is sponsoring millet cookies to all runners.
Raajaa Yadav. R, 7200011939
 
Love for Chocolates is providing chocolates to the runners and gift baskets to the finalists.
 
Goodlife Industries would be providing mineral water to the runners
 
Mr. Balasunder is sponsoring glucon-D
 
Participants
 
Nachiketa
Alagappan
Lavanya Bala
Rajkumar
Girish G
Manish Dhanwani
Shreyas
Sridhar Ramachandran
Shailesh Chouriya
Karthik Marripoodi
Alwin Koshy
Bharathi karthik
Karthik Arumugam
Kumarvel Sriranga
Sudharsan
Shyam Krishnaswamy
Ravi Munnangi
AR.SEETHARAMAN
P V Sundarram
MASANAMUTHU
Madhu U
Mani Ram Krishna
Nitin Manwani
Vikram Premkumar
kmchellababu
Deepak
Elamurugan
Raman R V
Raj Prabhu
ramu K
Panneer Selvam.N
Krishna
Kannan P
Yogesh R
Sankar raj
vijayakumar K
Muthu Senthil Selvam
SACHIN PANDEY
Karthik V. S.
J Balasubramanian
Anurag Kyal
Sudhir M
D.Ganesh
Krishnakumar Sundaram
Chandrasekar G
Mohammed Mustafa
Kaliappan
Arvind vivekanandan
Saratchandra Kakarla
Priya Krishnamoorthy
Nandu Muralidharan
Karthik Chidambaram
Yashwanth
Mahendran Jayabalan
Rajeev Mahadevan
Sucharita
himangshu hazarika
Muruganantham Durairaj
V.Sivakumar(ECR SIVA)
Sriraghavendran Shankaran
Sakthivel M
Manivannan Vangalur
Swaminath Venkataraman
Sudha Mani
PADMANABAN RADHAKRISHNAN
Ashwin Prabhu
Niranjan Sankar
Brinda Aiyar
Suneel Aiyar
Ani Sharma
Varshasri
vijaykrishna Ramanathan
Abhilash Jutur
V.S. Rajesh
S Balamurugan
Ramesh Raghavan
Swetha Iyer R
Rias Mohamed B
Selvanayagam K
K Srinivas
Karthik varma
Vijay
Jagadeesh
Kavita
Pravin Shekar
P.Chandramohan
Ashok Azhagarasan
Ganesh Kumar
Rajeshwaran
ramkumar
simon c
Ramamurthy Rangarajan
Devarajan Sundaresan
Nandini Sharma
Aditya Sharma
Vigneshwaran Karthikeyan
Sharda Suresh
Rajaraman Srinivasan
JAYAKRISHNA K
Sivaprasad P
Venkatesh G
kirankumar k
M.Prabakar
M BALAJI
Prasanth Kumar Vinakota
Akilan Jayaraman
Balu.J.P
Krishnakumar Sabapathy
Prem Prakash
Durai Murugan
Sachin S Sharma
Sudhir N Pathak
MANIMARAN.A
Krishna Sai M
Kavitha Elamvaluthi
Shanmuganathan C
P.V.S. Kumar
A.E.SIVAKUMAR
Prabhu
Harikrishnan S G
visshnu M
Radha Subramanian
Nimish Shrestha
Pushparajan V
Kanhaiya Sharma
Raghavan
Paul Pradeep
Harishankar Krishnaswami
karthikeyan
Harish Lakshman
Manimaran S S
Praful Katta
Praneeth
Narayanan
dinesh dommaraju
Thananjeyan T P
Thilak
JAGADISH D
Chandra Shekhar A K
Srila Ramanujam
Raj Kumar
Bollineni Dhanya
Palanikumar R V
Asha Kranthi Nandigam
M.Prabhakaran
S.Venkateswaran
Vijaysagar
Karthik Rajagopal
Bhaskar
Ravi Kiran
Deepak Bhaskaran
Bhavin Moriya
Hijam Zeen Devi
SRIKANTH GOPALAKRISHNAN
Ram Viswanathan
Gori Shanker
Prasanthi M
kundan krishna
Ponkarthik P
Karthik Padmanabhan
Alagappan Ramasamy
Shankar Lal M Patel
Ranga Tiruman
uday K
sivaraj
Senthil Sivaganesh
V.D.Babu
Jessel Jesiah
Jayakanthan Umapathy
Ridhima Suri
Vinoth
praseeda veemboor
Yesu Jeya Bensh
Gyanendra Pratap Patel
ravindra gupta
Venkat Rangan
Virapandy
Bharat Singh
Kannan S
Madhupritha
mongol eko
K. Gnanamani
Sharmishta Narayan
SelvaKumar B
Prabhakaran Paulthiravium
Amitabh Kumar Pandey
S.SURESH
Subash Thyagarajan
Anuradha Murali
Yasar Arafath
S V PRASANNA
Divagaran T
sudhir kumar
Shahul Hameed M
Abhishek Mundhra
Patrick Pitchappa
Arun Menon
Jyothi John
Ritika Borkar
Anbalagan
Ignatius Raphael
Arvind Balaji
Anbu Chembian M
sathish natarajan
Ravi Kiran Reddy
Ramesh Rajesh
Shankar Kalyana
Adavallan Elangon
Yogesh kumar Gopal
Ramachandran A Krishnan
Gayathri
Lakshmi Arcot
ERNEST S KIRUBAKARAN
Divya Krishnakumar
Kumar Pitchumani + Son
Sandhiya Rajaraman
Abbas Shabbir Lehry
KHUZEM I. LAL
swaminathan satyamurthy
vijayalakshmi swaminathan
keerthana swaminathan
krithika swaminathan
Venkatraman RM
Nalin Gulechha
Bala Jagannathan
Sriram Ganesan
Rohit Narasimhan
sivavarthanan
Hari Krishna Rao L
arun sekhar
vani maradi
Vishwanath
Balireddy
Pushpa
Krishnaswamy
K.RAJEEV PRASAD
Raghul
Sravan Sitharamaraju
Deepak Muniyandi
Yotam Agam
MADHU SUDHANAN VJ
Baskar Narayanan
P Sriram
Loganathan R
P Raviteja
Sunny Sharma
Shahnas Shaffi
chandrakanth reddy
Sharon Padmanabhan
regan mitchell
sathya natarajan+Nithya natarajan
Vijayavenkatesh T
Dinesh
SARAVANA SHANKAR
P.Gouri shankar
AZHAGIYA MANAVALAN
Santhana Gopalan N
Ravindra B Patil
Arunkumar Dhananjayan
Praveen Subramaniyam
N.NANDINI
Govindarajan Krishnan
Vishnu Radhakrishnan
Govindarajan Krishnan
Raghunathan
Murali R
Hemanth Kumar
Srinivasan
M. Sivakumaran
Vipin lal
Kamlesh Gupta
Arunajadesh
Rajkumar R
V N Balaji
Dayanand
siddharth
Monica Umesh
Kripa Ananthpur
Abhishek V N
HUSSAIN
Varaprasad
Saravanan CP
Sohan Lal Saini
Ashwin Raj KS
Murugadoss V
Jana S
Kumar S
Rekha Sudarsan
Chandrasekar M
Nikhil Suresh
V.Venkata Raghavan
V.Venkata Raghavan
Nitin K Chidambaram
sathishkumar kandhaswamy
Vetrichelvam J
B.KRISHNA CHAITANYA
B.L.I.BOSCO
K. Ravikumar
adnan
Prashant Sankaran
Radha Rangarajan
Narayanan R
Narayanan R
Ganesh V
Kasturi Raj C
Suresh P
Raghul
Kalyani Vemuri
Sandeep R Patil
Sandeep R Patil
NAGESWARAN
Keerthana Sankaran
Meenakshi Sankaran
Vijay G
Prasath Raju
Shankar Narayan
DamodharanV
Sridhar Venkatesh
Divya Mahesh
Lakshmi Mahesh
Deepika Mahesh
Deepa Bharatkumar
S. Balaguru
RAJESHWARI
SRISAILESAN
Riaz A
Ajay
Samir Suryawanshi
B.L.I.BOSCO
S Rajesh
Akhila Krishnamurthy
E.T.SATHYABALAN
VIJAYKUMAR MUTHIAN
Keerthana Sankaran
Arvind Jha
Sujay
Zubin Souza
satheeshkumar
Nilesh
Bala Murali Krishna
GAURAV BHATIA
Vijay K R
Mohit Khemka
Ramesh Krishnamurthy
gokulraj
Ravi Iyer
Samina
sharath nambiar
suramya sharath
vaishnav mohandas
Basil Srinivasan
PRAVINKUMAR M
Balaji
PRAVINKUMAR M
Arun Kumar
Rajeshkanna
Yuvaraj Ganesan
Krishanthan S
Arun Prasath Bakthavatchalam
Rakesh Kadarkarai J
saravana kumar
Vasanth Kumar
John Thomas
Emmanuel Vijayarajan
shravan kumar d
Vasanth Velumani
shreeja
Harish A
Rohit R Salunke
ELANCHEZHIYAN .E
Dinesh Babu
Deepa Madhavan
Kaviraj Murugavel
Dhanalakshmi
Jobin Mathew
S Kannan
Gopinath
Muthukrishnan Ramabadran
AS Kannan
Kuberan M
Sundaramoorthy
Abhiram
Napoleon Villalan
G Suresh Babu
Sandeep Ramesh
Prathap Raj
Aditya Ravi Shankar
Babu Poomalai
Bharath kumar.R
V. Venkata Raghavan
Murugupandiyan
G. Suresh Babu
Thangavel R
gopalakrishna narayana moni
Arun Kousik
Sridhar Kannan
Muthukumaran Kannusamy
Ranjini Gupta
Sathyanarayanan Pasupilati
Rucha Sankhe
BARATH KUMAR.R
Ganesh
Gokul Santhanam
Vijayalakshmi H
Aravind
S.Elayaraja
B. Raja
R. Balaji
M.Subramanian
M.Subramanian
Janani K Raman
Vijayaraghavan
Selvakumar
Ramkumar
Pavithra Ramamurthy
Anand Radhakrishnan
Keerthana
Nivetha
Senthil Prabhu
Franklin Alistair
Sunil Kumar
Ramachandran K
Manish
Mohamed Rizwanuzaman
Bogi Sandeep
Bogi Sandeep
Sai Ganesh
Prashanth M Srinivas
Sagar Saxena
Dilip Sampath
Yasodha V
Sharavanan MP
 
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[Chennai Trekking Club] CTC's Buckingham Canal Marathon, Oct 6th - prep email

413 runners have been confirmed for our Marathon on October 7th. Names below. Participants please read this prep email carefully.
Contents

Assembly (locations, timings, pooling) 
Venue (map, vehicle parking)
Registration (fees, BIB, t-shirt, warm-up)
Running (check points/U-turn, refreshments, first aid)
Completion (timing, photo, medal, e-certificate)
Breakfast (participants, cut BIB, disperse)
Sponsors
Confirmed Participants



Assembly (locations, timings, pooling) 

Please assemble at the location indicated during registration:

Koyambedu - Petrol bunk opposite CMBT
Guindy - Mount road opposite Guindy railway station
Tirunvanmyur - OMR, TIDEL Signal, Southeast corner
ECR Link Road - connecting road between Shollinganallur and ECR (near bridge over the Buckingham Canal)

Runners can pool together with own cars (5 heads) and bikes (2 heads) to the venue. Be sure to report at and start from your respective assembly points ON TIME as indicated below. Assembly timing depends on the run (5, 10, 21, 42K) you are participating in - longer runs will start earlier. Note: ensure to leave sharp ON TIME at the indicated times below from each assembly point in order to reach the venue on time. Do NOT wait for late-comers.

Timings Koyambedu Guindy Tirunvanmyur ECR link road Registration
BIB/fees
Start Run
full marathon Report: 3:15am
Start: 3:30am
Report: 3:45am
Start: 4am
Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
-> redirect to
Tirunvanmyur
4:30am Tirunvanmyur
5am
half marathon Report: 3:45am
Start: 4am
Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am 5:30am Buckingham Canal
6am
10km run Report: 4:15am
Start: 4:30am
Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am
Start: 5:30am
Report: 5:45am 6am Buckingham Canal
6:30am
5km run Report: 4:45am
Start: 5am
Report: 5:15am
Start: 5:30am
Report: 5:45am
Start: 6am
Report: 6:30am 6:30am Buckingham Canal
7am



Venue (map, vehicle parking)

Full Marathon - OMR, TIDEL Signal, 4:30am. Participants of our full marathon will be running the initial 20K alongside OMR and Pallikarnai (map will be shared separately) before entering the Buckingham Canal by sunrise (there are no streetlights along the canal). Vehicles can be parked near Elnet (in front of TIDEL). Upon completion of the marathon near ECR Link Road the marathon runners will be dropped back to Tirunvanmyur.

Half Marathon, 10K, 5K runs - Intersection of ECR Link road (connecting ECR and Shollinganallur) and Buckingham Canal bridge.
Vehicles can be parked on both sides of the ECR Link road near the bridge.

Map:


Our volunteers will assist in parking of cars and bikes. Please keep your luggages safe in the car you came along with. Those coming with bikes and public transport can hand over their luggages to our volunteers who will keep them in 3 designated cars (after receiving your BIB number below - luggages will be tagged with the same number).

Registration (BIB, fees, warm-up)

Upon arrival at the venue immediately report at the registration desk to:
    pay 100Rs registration fees
    receive your BIB number (running number) - attach it to your chest with the safety pins provided such that it is clearly visible
    receive your marathon participation t-shirt

Until the start of your run please warm up, stretch your muscles. Refreshments are provided. Report at the starting line 10 minutes before the start of your run:

Half Marathon - 6am
10K run - 6:30am
5K run - 7am

We do NOT maintain separate start timings for late comers. All runners in each run will be flagged of together.
Intellectual Property Registration

Running (check points/U-turn, refreshments, first aid)

The run will be on a 4m wide jeep track alongside the scenic Buckingham Canal. Please run on the RIGHT side of the track as the earlier runners will using the opposite section after their respective U-turn points. Refreshment stalls are provided at 2.5km intervals (plain water, glucon-D, bananas). Keep a watchful eye for your U-turn point (clearly visible banner along the track) which is different for each run:

Full/half Marathon - 10km (near Muttukaddu boat house)
10K run - 5K along the canal
5K run - 2.5K along the canal

Your BIB number will be checked at the U-turn point by our volunteers to ensure you complete the entire run. First aid is available at the refreshment points as well as some of our volunteers will be moving along the track on cycles to provide any assistance if required.
 
The trail is completely flat, mix of red sand and small gravel (mostly hard-trail). Not recommended to run barefoot. Freshers please do not run too fast from the start, stick to a average pace and stop running immediatdely if you feel dizziness or abnormalness, have a sound sleep the previous week and take good rest.
 

Completion (timing, photo, medal, e-certificate)

The end point of the run will be near the starting point. Your end timing will be noted and announced by our volunteers. Those who successfully complete the run (e.g. checked at the U-turn point) will be given a medal. A few days later you can download an e-certificate with your name, run distance, timing, BIB as well as your finishing photo taken by our volunteers at the link which will be emailed to you.


Breakfast (participants, cut BIB)

After finishing the run, do not stop immediately but keep walking for some time to relax your muscles. Breakfast (sandwiches, refreshments) is provided for the participants. Show your BIB number near the breakfast stall - our volunteer will cut a corner from your BIB and provide you with breakfast. After having breakfast you are welcome to stay around and watch the other runners finish or disperse back to your respective assembly points by pooling together in the cars/bikes you came with to the venue.


Contacts

Please make a note of these contact numbers for any assistance during the event -

Sponsors

GAVS Technologies is Sponsoring t-shirts and caps for all runners.
.

Web site : http://www.gavsin.com

GAVS Technologies is a Chennai, India-based technology services and solutions firm with global presence in the Americas, Europe, Middle and Far East. GAVS was founded in 1998, and has since grown to be a leading player in the global IT services and solutions delivery market. The company serves the high-growth America, European, Middle East and Far East market segments by providing turnkey systems integration solutions entailing custom software implementation, hardware optimization and data center maintenance. Through a unique synthesis of organic and inorganic growth model on top of highly specialized offerings in the IT, Infrastructure and BPO verticals, we have established a well-balanced portfolio of services catering to the mainstream, uncontested, and emerging markets globally.

 
 
Swayamwara is sponsoring medals for all runners successfully completing the run.
 
 
Swayamwara, a leading matrimony site has started its journey in the day of 10th September 2000 and successfully travelling with lakhs of profiles. This is exclusively for Indians to find their life partner through its unique online matchmaking platform. As the old proverb says Marriages are made in heaven, it is difficult for people to find their better half who can really make their life heaven. Swayamwara was found in the motto to provide true information of the bride/bridegroom. The main goal of Swayamwara is, making everlasting successful marriages. Swayamwara is one of the top most ranking matrimonial websites in India. We are providing scrupulous systems to ensure information accuracy. We Offer maximum value to the Customer at an affordable price. Marriage is a solemn and public covenant between a man and a woman in which we help to find their soul mate in all aspects. Swayamwara has thousands of success stories where somany of couples united through us, are thanking us for supporting to find their right mate. 
 
Oneva is sponsoring millet cookies to all runners.
Raajaa Yadav. R, 7200011939
 
Love for Chocolates is providing chocolates to the runners and gift baskets to the finalists.
 
Goodlife Industries would be providing mineral water to the runners
 
Mr. Balasunder is sponsoring glucon-D
 
Participants
 
Nachiketa
Alagappan
Lavanya Bala
Rajkumar
Girish G
Manish Dhanwani
Shreyas
Sridhar Ramachandran
Shailesh Chouriya
Karthik Marripoodi
Alwin Koshy
Bharathi karthik
Karthik Arumugam
Kumarvel Sriranga
Sudharsan
Shyam Krishnaswamy
Ravi Munnangi
AR.SEETHARAMAN
P V Sundarram
MASANAMUTHU
Madhu U
Mani Ram Krishna
Nitin Manwani
Vikram Premkumar
kmchellababu
Deepak
Elamurugan
Raman R V
Raj Prabhu
ramu K
Panneer Selvam.N
Krishna
Kannan P
Yogesh R
Sankar raj
vijayakumar K
Muthu Senthil Selvam
SACHIN PANDEY
Karthik V. S.
J Balasubramanian
Anurag Kyal
Sudhir M
D.Ganesh
Krishnakumar Sundaram
Chandrasekar G
Mohammed Mustafa
Kaliappan
Arvind vivekanandan
Saratchandra Kakarla
Priya Krishnamoorthy
Nandu Muralidharan
Karthik Chidambaram
Yashwanth
Mahendran Jayabalan
Rajeev Mahadevan
Sucharita
himangshu hazarika
Muruganantham Durairaj
V.Sivakumar(ECR SIVA)
Sriraghavendran Shankaran
Sakthivel M
Manivannan Vangalur
Swaminath Venkataraman
Sudha Mani
PADMANABAN RADHAKRISHNAN
Ashwin Prabhu
Niranjan Sankar
Brinda Aiyar
Suneel Aiyar
Ani Sharma
Varshasri
vijaykrishna Ramanathan
Abhilash Jutur
V.S. Rajesh
S Balamurugan
Ramesh Raghavan
Swetha Iyer R
Rias Mohamed B
Selvanayagam K
K Srinivas
Karthik varma
Vijay
Jagadeesh
Kavita
Pravin Shekar
P.Chandramohan
Ashok Azhagarasan
Ganesh Kumar
Rajeshwaran
ramkumar
simon c
Ramamurthy Rangarajan
Devarajan Sundaresan
Nandini Sharma
Aditya Sharma
Vigneshwaran Karthikeyan
Sharda Suresh
Rajaraman Srinivasan
JAYAKRISHNA K
Sivaprasad P
Venkatesh G
kirankumar k
M.Prabakar
M BALAJI
Prasanth Kumar Vinakota
Akilan Jayaraman
Balu.J.P
Krishnakumar Sabapathy
Prem Prakash
Durai Murugan
Sachin S Sharma
Sudhir N Pathak
MANIMARAN.A
Krishna Sai M
Kavitha Elamvaluthi
Shanmuganathan C
P.V.S. Kumar
A.E.SIVAKUMAR
Prabhu
Harikrishnan S G
visshnu M
Radha Subramanian
Nimish Shrestha
Pushparajan V
Kanhaiya Sharma
Raghavan
Paul Pradeep
Harishankar Krishnaswami
karthikeyan
Harish Lakshman
Manimaran S S
Praful Katta
Praneeth
Narayanan
dinesh dommaraju
Thananjeyan T P
Thilak
JAGADISH D
Chandra Shekhar A K
Srila Ramanujam
Raj Kumar
Bollineni Dhanya
Palanikumar R V
Asha Kranthi Nandigam
M.Prabhakaran
S.Venkateswaran
Vijaysagar
Karthik Rajagopal
Bhaskar
Ravi Kiran
Deepak Bhaskaran
Bhavin Moriya
Hijam Zeen Devi
SRIKANTH GOPALAKRISHNAN
Ram Viswanathan
Gori Shanker
Prasanthi M
kundan krishna
Ponkarthik P
Karthik Padmanabhan
Alagappan Ramasamy
Shankar Lal M Patel
Ranga Tiruman
uday K
sivaraj
Senthil Sivaganesh
V.D.Babu
Jessel Jesiah
Jayakanthan Umapathy
Ridhima Suri
Vinoth
praseeda veemboor
Yesu Jeya Bensh
Gyanendra Pratap Patel
ravindra gupta
Venkat Rangan
Virapandy
Bharat Singh
Kannan S
Madhupritha
mongol eko
K. Gnanamani
Sharmishta Narayan
SelvaKumar B
Prabhakaran Paulthiravium
Amitabh Kumar Pandey
S.SURESH
Subash Thyagarajan
Anuradha Murali
Yasar Arafath
S V PRASANNA
Divagaran T
sudhir kumar
Shahul Hameed M
Abhishek Mundhra
Patrick Pitchappa
Arun Menon
Jyothi John
Ritika Borkar
Anbalagan
Ignatius Raphael
Arvind Balaji
Anbu Chembian M
sathish natarajan
Ravi Kiran Reddy
Ramesh Rajesh
Shankar Kalyana
Adavallan Elangon
Yogesh kumar Gopal
Ramachandran A Krishnan
Gayathri
Lakshmi Arcot
ERNEST S KIRUBAKARAN
Divya Krishnakumar
Kumar Pitchumani + Son
Sandhiya Rajaraman
Abbas Shabbir Lehry
KHUZEM I. LAL
swaminathan satyamurthy
vijayalakshmi swaminathan
keerthana swaminathan
krithika swaminathan
Venkatraman RM
Nalin Gulechha
Bala Jagannathan
Sriram Ganesan
Rohit Narasimhan
sivavarthanan
Hari Krishna Rao L
arun sekhar
vani maradi
Vishwanath
Balireddy
Pushpa
Krishnaswamy
K.RAJEEV PRASAD
Raghul
Sravan Sitharamaraju
Deepak Muniyandi
Yotam Agam
MADHU SUDHANAN VJ
Baskar Narayanan
P Sriram
Loganathan R
P Raviteja
Sunny Sharma
Shahnas Shaffi
chandrakanth reddy
Sharon Padmanabhan
regan mitchell
sathya natarajan+Nithya natarajan
Vijayavenkatesh T
Dinesh
SARAVANA SHANKAR
P.Gouri shankar
AZHAGIYA MANAVALAN
Santhana Gopalan N
Ravindra B Patil
Arunkumar Dhananjayan
Praveen Subramaniyam
N.NANDINI
Govindarajan Krishnan
Vishnu Radhakrishnan
Govindarajan Krishnan
Raghunathan
Murali R
Hemanth Kumar
Srinivasan
M. Sivakumaran
Vipin lal
Kamlesh Gupta
Arunajadesh
Rajkumar R
V N Balaji
Dayanand
siddharth
Monica Umesh
Kripa Ananthpur
Abhishek V N
HUSSAIN
Varaprasad
Saravanan CP
Sohan Lal Saini
Ashwin Raj KS
Murugadoss V
Jana S
Kumar S
Rekha Sudarsan
Chandrasekar M
Nikhil Suresh
V.Venkata Raghavan
V.Venkata Raghavan
Nitin K Chidambaram
sathishkumar kandhaswamy
Vetrichelvam J
B.KRISHNA CHAITANYA
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Sridhar Venkatesh
Divya Mahesh
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Bala Murali Krishna
GAURAV BHATIA
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Mohit Khemka
Ramesh Krishnamurthy
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Samina
sharath nambiar
suramya sharath
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PRAVINKUMAR M
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Ramachandran K
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