The city’s early risers now have a place to spend their Sunday mornings. It was pretty obvious to The Hindu Car-free Sundays in Elliot’s Beach on September 18. The place was buzzing with many regular visitors bringing their friends and family.
The cult.fit “dance fitness” session drew crowds. Attendance at this session continues to grow. The enthusiastic participants showed a lot of youthful exuberance. It is a fitness session that delights not only the participants but also the spectators. Even shy viewers couldn’t help but dance along to the catchy beats of instructor Sujitha’s playlist.
The Silambam session attracted several children, encouraged by their parents. The youngsters really looked like tiny warriors. The parents were more than happy to see their children practicing our native martial art early in the morning.
The group from SBOA School and Junior College was the highlight of the show. With elegant uniforms, they captured the hearts of the spectators.
The Slow Race competition organized by Hercules was indeed the long-awaited event, especially for children.
Race winner Karthik Raj won a brand new bike while Periyana won the second voucher worth ₹6,500.
Over 200 vouchers, each worth ₹1,000 from Hercules, were distributed to children who participated in the games and activities during the event.
G Square Housing is the title sponsor of Car Free Sunday hosted by The Hindu in association with Greater Chennai Traffic Police, powered by Hercules bicycles. Radio City is the radio partner while cult.fit is the fitness partner.