- Updated on August 11, 2017 – Registration closed
Thyagaraya Nagar, popularly known by its abbreviated form T. Nagar was created as an urban suburb of Madras during the 1920’s by the Madras Presidency government led by Raja of Panagal of the Justice Party. The town was named after Justice Party leader Sir Pitti Theagaraya Chetty, while the streets, parks and localities in the new neighbourhood were named after important members of the Justice party like Raja of Panagal, Natesan, Sir Muhammad Usman, etc… The Justice Party Heritage walk of Thyagaraya Nagar takes you around the roads and streets of T Nagar as well as the history behind it.
The walk is conducted by Govi. Lenin, Editor-in- Charge of Nakheeran,
Date: Saturday 19th August 2017 ( Saturday) Time: 6.00 AM – 9.00AM
Assemble at: Panagal Park, Usman Road junction (opp. Saravana Stores)
Cost: Rs 100/- per person (payable at the spot)
To register: call 94440 77171