Mamallapuram, famous for its many rock sculptures and the Shore Temple, was once an important port town. In a park where many of its cave temples and other landmarks can be found, there is also a lighthouse.
This is the door of that lighthouse. The town attracts many visitors, so does the park - and so does the lighthouse.
The graffiti on this door is striking for several reasons. Not only is it one of the rare examples of graffiti I found here, but all the 'messages' (most of the 'I was here' kind) are written in Latin script - something quite unusual to find in a country with so many languages that do not use such a script. Western tourists then? No - looking at the names, they all seem to be Indian names!
The title of this picture is taken from one of the texts on the door - it actually is written there twice.