A road direction sign board on a local road in Kottayam district, Kerala. Yes, what you see is actually the name of a village junction, and not some international signboard. In a state with huge communist leanings it is no accident that there are many places named ‘Moscow’ there! The only anomaly is that instead of left, you have to turn right to get to this Moscow! 🙂 Taken through a car windshield which explains the glossiness of the picture.
A board displaying the timings of KSRTC buses at Kuravilangad, Kerala, timings towards Pala on the left side and towards Vaikom on the right. Kuravilangad is a small town on the MC Road in Kerala, 20 km from Kottayam towards Muvttupuzha. A historical place, it is home to the St Mary’s Church believed to be first built in 105 AD and the Kozha Narasimhaswamy temple which is a couple of thousands of years old. The “prathishta” here being the only Swayambhoo Narasimha Idol in Kerala. It is a major road junction connecting to the interior of Kottayam district.