Successive generations retype a bygone era in Azampura's 54-year-old typewriting institute

For the last 37 years, Ravinder's days revolved around the rhythmic clattering of the typewriters' keys.

By Dodla Megha  Published on  7 Feb 2022 5:11 AM GMT
Successive generations retype a bygone era in Azampuras 54-year-old typewriting institute


In 1985, Ravinder Reddy started running the Vishnu Typewriting Institute in Azampura, located hardly a kilometer from the Malakpet Metro station and around 400 metres from the Sahifa Masjid in Chanderghat. The institute, one of the oldest (54 years old) in Hyderabad, was started in 1967 by his uncle. Ravinder joined his uncle after completing his degree. For the last 37 years, Ravinder's days revolved around the rhythmic clattering of the typewriters' keys.


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