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My Article about 'Sri Krishna Bhavan' in Go-Ergo

My Article about 'Sri Krishna Bhavan' in Go-Ergo

Go-Ergo is a unique tabloid that gets delivered in Chennai to almost all IT companies in the morning. This tabloid comes from the publishing house of 'The Hindu'. Go-Ergo really helps us in staying up to date in what is going on in the society rather than just locked up before the systems, debugging some mundane application/software.

They have an interesting column called 'Namma Chennai' and a section therein for Catering. They try to publish about small eatouts in Chennai in various parts of the city along with the special cuisines over there. They also invite readers to share about various eatouts so that they can feature them in the columns.

During my regular weekly Triplicane temple (Sri Parthasarathy Temple) visits, I knew about a restaurant opposite the temple called 'Sri Krishna Bhavan', which I wrote to them. The section editor called me to get more details and after verification, a small writeup about the eatout along with a cool photograph appeared on Go-Ergo on 23rd Wednesday 2008 (Page 2). You can find a brief online posting about this over here. I also came across an archive of the magazine in Scribd which can be downloaded from here.


HaRiKaran.S said…

Whatever you do, you ROCKS... Keep it up.

- Harikaran.S

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