Came across: In Print, in Singapore

I can’t seem to keep my hands off travel brochures/booklets when I’m visiting some place. Recently when I was in Singapore, I grabbed a couple of these things in print and came across some pretty amusing stuff. The first one is called Know your Singlish and here’s a scan of it:… Read>>

Jain Temple: History in stone

 A few kilometres away from Panamaram in Wayanad — on the Punchavayal-Neervaram route, to be more precise — lies this stone structure that stands testimony to Wayanad’s long standing relationship with Jainism. It is believed that Jains came to Wayanad in the Middle Ages. Considered to be among the first settlers in Wayanad,… Read>>

Breathtaking ‘Gateway to Wayanad’

On the Western Ghats in southern India is a little green heaven called Wayanad. Cut out of the Northeastern part of Kerala, this district is one of the new hot-spots for travellers to South India. Of the many far flung attractions here, there is one thing you should not miss if you like scenic drives.… Read>>

Chained here is a restless spirit

The Chain Tree in Wayanad is a stop for many a curious traveller on the Kozhikode-Wayanad* route. The chain hanging from it was not put there by accident neither was it meant to be decoration. This tree has a story to tell. This story dates back to the time when India… Read>>