Kerala

The Bharathapuzha River in Kerala during monsoon

The Full-Flowing Bharathapuzha River During the Monsoon

The Bharathapuzha river, the longest flowing river in Kerala flows (almost) to the brim all muddy and swirling amidst heavy rains during the Monsoons in June 2015. The river, known poetically as the Nila in Malayalam, has shaped the culture ...

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Photo of the Vyttila Mobility Transportation Hub Bus Station, Kochi, Ernakulam Kerala

The Vyttila Mobility Transportation Hub, Ernakulam

Photo of the Vyttila Mobility Transportation Hub, Ernakulam-Kochi, Kerala. This state-of-the-art public transportation hub features seamless inter-connectivity between bus, rail and water transport, a real multi-modal transportation hub modeled on the great mobility hubs of Europe. The Kochi Metro is under ...

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Over the Hills and Far Away… The Kerala Highrange Landscape

The blue hills loom in the distance stretching for as far as the eye can see, in the wee hours of the cold monsoon day at Peruvanthanam just after Mundakayam on the Kottayam – Kumily (KK Road), now the Kollam – ...

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Green Fields and Blue Skies – The Typical Rural Kerala Setting

Big blue skies, green waterlogged fields, and a canal ringed by green trees on the horizon, bisected by a road running through the field. The typical rural Kerala setting. The incredible blueness of the skies that day was especially mind ...

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Nature’s Mirror: The Serene Blue Muvattupuzha River at Dawn

The clam waters full up to the banks of the Muvattupuzha river of central Kerala lie like a corrugated mirror reflecting the vegetation on its banks, the clouds and sky of the early morning in a blue-and-yellow haze as upstream a ...

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Photo of Chalakudy KSRTC Bus Stand, Kerala

The Cute Little Chalakudy KSRTC Bus Station

View of the little KSRTC bus station cum sub-depot at Chalakudy (code: CLDY) in Thrissur district, Kerala. Seen are three ordinary buses waiting for their departure, two white-blue Venad buses and an old TATA make Ordinary bus. A Superfast is leaving ...

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