Unearthing Keralas best kept secret in a small town of Pattnam for more than thousands of years
A legendary port that vanished off the spice route grid 3000 years ago was discovered recently in a little town of Kerala Pattanam, that held this secret of the ancient port for thousands of years. Continue reading “The Lost And Found City of Muziris”
Are you ready for a jolting drive dangerous enough to scare you? If you are an adventurous like me then this road trip is for you. If as a teenager you have visualized yourself as part of ‘The Famous Five’ adventures, I lived the book here! This was one deadly experience that will stay with me forever Continue reading “A Roadtrip to Old Silk Route Through Sikkim”
Did you know that Martial arts of China were bloomed from an ancient Indian martial art and the TRAVEL made it possible for Chinese to take it from India centuries ago? Continue reading “Kalaripayattu – A Forgotten Heritage of Indian Martial Arts”
Pulikali-Literal meaning of Pulikali is the ‘play of the tigers’
India is a land of diversities. Various climatic conditions have made India a diverse country. In all spheres of Indian life diversities are clearly visible. These diversities have made the Indian culture a unique one.
Continue reading “Pulikali-A Dance Fostering Spirits of Kerala”
Strength lies in differences not similarities – Stephen R Covey
It is interesting how certain words gain prominence in our lives. The word “diversity” is one such word. Ten years ago, it was a different story. But even today, although it has become part of the jargon, not everyone has a common understanding of its meaning. Continue reading “Diversity & Inclusion-To Rise by Lifting Others”
A place where gross national happiness is more important than gross national product
Money Does not Buy Happiness and the people of this nation know it very well!
Bhutan measures the country’s growth in terms of Gross National Happiness as opposed to the Gross Domestic Product as followed by the rest of the world. Continue reading “Bhutan-The Land of Happiness”
If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere
“We love animals, we love forest”, was his parting note with immense happiness and pride.
Bala, the naturalist, born to a Tamilian couple who left Sri Lanka with many other Tamilian families in 1972 when Sri Lanka officially took its name from Ceylon. Bala lives in Gavi with scanty population of just one thousand residents. Continue reading “Great Escape To Off The Beaten Path – Gavi”