In the morning of December 26, 2004 a 9.3-magnitude earthquake off Indonesia's western coast generated a series of massive waves that killed more than 220,000 people across 14 countries as far apart as Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Somalia. As many as 16,000 people died, communities were destroyed and there was massive material damage in India. Photos shot days after tsunami struck the country captured the scale of the damage. Ten years later, Hindustan Times' national photo editor Gurinder Osan revisits the places he had clicked on his 2004 tsunami assignment in Tamil Nadu. Hold the tab button at the centre of the photographs and swipe to see places then and now.