Chennai: India on Tuesday mourned the death of Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, who passed away on Monday night.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also joined a sea of mourners who gathered to view their leader one last time at the Rajaji Hall.
Fondly called "Amma" by her passionate followers, Jayalalithaa was pronounced dead just before midnight on Monday, ending an era in Tamil politics.
Approximately 10 lakh people had gathered at the Rajaji Hall by this afternoon to pay their homage to Jayalalithaa, who was in her fifth term as Chief Minister when she died.
Here is the picture of her death certificate doing the rounds on social media:
Tamil Nadu has declared a week-long mourning, during which schools and colleges will be shut for three days. No state transport corporation buses plied on Tuesday and millions stayed indoors.