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Why thejas?

Why thejas?

Adhering to the principles and values of our golden past and upholding the past glory of world renowned Kerala architecture, 200 years old Nalukettu, Arappura and Pathayappura are rec-constructed here on the laps of tranquilized misty Wayanad. The cottages are built new with very old Timber, Bamboo and the like eco-friendly natural Without disturbing the […]

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Wayand – Exploring the Kuruva Island

Wayand – Exploring the Kuruva Island

This was my first sight of the Kabini, as she meanders through the lush green forests of Wayanad. Yet, my attention was captured, not by the abundance of water in peak summer, but by the sight of the raft which was tethered to the bank, all set to take us to the other side.

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Skywatch Friday – Phantom Rock, Wayanad

Skywatch Friday – Phantom Rock, Wayanad

For Skywatch today is an interesting natural sight – the Phantom Rock near Ambalavayal town in Wayanad, Kerala.

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Wayanad – Discovering a ruined gem

Wayanad – Discovering a ruined gem

It was our second day at Wayanad, and we were driving to Kuruva Island, when our guide pointed to some ruins and asked us if we would like to see an ancient temple. It speaks volumes of our interests, when I say that we perked up at once, and hastened towards what, at first glance, […]

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Wayanad – First Impressions

Wayanad – First Impressions

Wayanad – the name comes from the words ‘Vayal Nadu’ – land of paddy fields, and that’s what I expected to see – paddy fields stretching in all directions. However, entering the district through the heart of the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, the sight that greeted me was of towering trees lining both sides of the […]

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