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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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The Blue Periyar River at Aluva

Aluva Puzha, Aluva Sky, Aluva Manappuram…

Blue everywhere during early morning as one end of the Aluva Manappuram, where the mighty Periyar river splits into two flows along calm and composed in the morning, as its banks are seen as apit of green between the blue ...

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Backwaters in Kerala.

The Faraway Strip of Land Separates a Backwater from the Sea

A strip of land in the distance lined by coconut trees looking like little fuzzy tops perched on toothpicks stuck in the land separates the vast expanses of the calm waters of the Edava Nadayara Kayal (lake) from the Arabian ...

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Aluva (Periyar) River at Dusk

The Blue Periyar River at Aluva at Dusk

As dusk was falling, the blue Periyar river flows silently past Aluva in all her glassy majesty. Aluva is Ernakulam/Kochi’s most important suburb which is slowly getting integrated into the city. Facing us in the distance is the famous Aluva ...

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Meenachil River in Kerala flanked by Greenery

The Green Green Meenachil River near Kottayam

The Meenachil River in South Kerala near Kottayam. More stream than river by national standards, it is still one of the district’s most important rivers. The flora on the shoreline hugs the river, framing it and lending it that beautiful ...

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PRM WAP4 22774 with the TVC - CLT JS at Ernakulam

Be Very Afraid… The WAP4 is on the Prowl!

Royapuram’s WAP4 #22774 slowly moves towards Ernakulam Town after leaving Ernakulam Jn with the 12076 Thiruvananthpuram – Kozhikode Jan Shatabdi Express, past the lush greenery of Ernakulam outer. Like a tiger prowling through the grass, stalking it’s prey… Facebook Twitter Google+ ...

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