23 December, 2013. As reported by The Hindu (India), at 81, M.S. Chandrashekar Iyer keeps a tradition ticking in India continuing his family’s 125 years in horology.
This is a great article and a wonderful motivator to see how passion for this craft can carry on for multiple generations.
He compares the art of repairing a watch to the process of threading a needle, using the analogy to emphasize the need for patience and concentration to excel in this profession. “My grandfather became an expert in this field through trial and error. I learned the skills through observation and constant effort.”
Octogenarian horologist retains passion for time, The Hindu, December 23, 2013
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