Adi Shankara is credited with unifying and establishing the main currents of thought in Hinduism.
The term areca originated from the Malayalam word adakka (അടക്ക) and dates from the 16th century, when Dutch and Portuguese sailors took the nut from Kerala to Europe
Everything is scooped out from monolithic rocks to literally carve these giant temples and living spaces.
The laterite fort in north Malabar built by the Ikkeri Naikas
Ancient temple carved with soapstone sculptures
Beach driving at Muzhappilangad
It sounded a bit crazy when I heard it first, and looked even more crazier when we drove to the seaside
In artistic terms Ajanta is the high water mark of Indian mural art, rock cut architecture and sculpture, in that order.
The adobe of Lord Muruga in Tamilnadu.
Here are a few photographs taken from outside the president's palace
This plant practically spread around the world along with the colonialism.
Tejaswini river mouth, just before it merges with Arabian sea
Abandoned bridge in Western Ghats
Bug, Debug and little bit of Kanchipuram.
Idli Vada that gone viral!
If you google 'Idli Vada',in all probability you'll see the above image
Kalindi River, a tributary to Kabini at Thirunelli
Nilgiri Mountain Railway
Journey on the Nilgiri Mountain Railway train from Coonoor to Ooty
Thirumalai Nayak Palace
The 17th century palace built by the Thirumalai Nayak ruler of Madurai