Kerala

Kerala then and now

A Photo Feature on Kerala Then And Now. The word Kerala is so famous for its lush green beauty.  It really attracted the whole world. A season (September – October) for the tourists to visit, especially this was the season Neelakurinji (Strobilantheskunthianus), the lovely flowers bloom once every twelve years on the hillside of Munnar. This is one of the prime viewing spots for tourists. Some of the pictures Neelakurinji are

India

Last updated on October 2, 2018. India Is My Country All Indians Are My Brothers And Sisters A Migrated Post From My Blogger Page When I was thinking about the next word for the A to Z Blog Challenge which starts with a big “I”.  My thoughts went on and on and on with many words, but suddenly it stopped at the word “INDIA” Yes, my own nation topped the list.  A beautiful

worst flood disasters

Last updated on August 22, 2018. Kerala needs your URGENT HELP!  The worst flood disaster in decades. Dear friends, Please listen, take a couple of minutes and read the following few lines.   Kerala is reeling from one of its worst flood disaster in decades.  The latest report says: Due to this flood disaster one million people are now sheltered in 3,274 relief camps in Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Monday.  The death

KERALA MY NATIVE LAND THE GOD'S OWN COUNTRY

SOME SCENES CAPTURED FROM KERALA THE GOD’S OWN COUNTRY  (FEW MOBILE UPLOADS) Last updated on Sep. 29. 2016 Kerala, one of the southern states in India is famous for its eye capturing lovely nature.   It is one of the major attractions of tourists from different parts of the Globe, especially from the western nations. Here below are given some of the pictures captured on a mobile on my recent short

21 Aspects Any Indian May Miss While Living In London

Greetings to all, I am so glad to introduce Reji Stephenson, an Indian born London blogger. He is an engineering graduate working in London and is one among the top expat Indian bloggers in London. He is actively involved in blogging since two years, and am sure Reji needs no introduction to Philipscom readers as he is a regular visitor to this page. You can read my interview with him