1 of 10 Fort Kochi, the quaint town sitting along the shores of the Arabian Sea, has centuries-old tales of Kerala's cultural and commercial interaction with the West. There is no better way to explore the queen of the Arabian Sea other than ... International Business Times India, 2 days ago
Take your shoes off, my host and guide Eldoz gently suggested as we stepped up to the stream. Were better off without them now. Hopping barefoot from stone to stone, leaning on boulders carpeted with moss that's soft to the touch, we got our toes ...Outlook Traveller, 1 week ago
In the 1960s, when Gopi Prasad was growing up in Egmore, children from the neighbourhood would play hide and seek inside the Government Museum. "Back then, there was no charge to get in," said the 62-year-old resident of Egmore. From the village ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The daunting dolmens that stand tall in Ezhacherry and the cerulean Munnar mountains festooned with neela kurinjis concealed a cornucopia of stories. The stories of Kannagi and Arunakshi, who emerged as goddesses in the innocent ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
On Penang Island, a small group of dedicated Tamils fights the odds to ensure that an ancient martial art stays alive. By Marco Ferrarese.Pictures by Chan Kit Yeng. Asan Anbananthan. Expert hands twirl the rattan stick so fast it draws ...Penang Monthly, 1 month ago
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