Welcome Kerala Jul-Sept 2011

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Welcome Kerala Jul-Sept 2011

Dhyanalinga temple –the temple of silence | DIVER'S CLUB at Cochin | Heritage conservation through Art | A fatal Accident that gave birth to an Ayurveda Herbarium |Temple with a rare ritual | Salt Cave opened in Ernakulam for Halo Therapy | Sargolsav-2011, Vatakara: 25 Aug- 11 Sept 2011 | Parvati Viraham in Nangiar Koothu| SPECIAL Places to STAY- Meenachil Enclave Home stay

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ARTICLE - HERITAGE
Dhyanalinga temple
Jul 01, 2011

Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple is part of ISHA Foundation situated near Coimbatore in the state of Tamilnadu (India), bordering Kerala and attracts thousands of people from India and abroad, seeking inner peace, silence and transformation. The Dhyanalinga temple is a meditative space and does not ascribe to any particular faith or belief system, nor does it require any ritual, prayer or worship. The construction and the systems in the temple is developed in such a way that the even those unaware of meditation can experience a state of meditation, revealing the essential nature of life. 

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ARTICLE
DIVER'S CLUB at Cochin
Jul 01, 2011

Asha Manali reports about the activities of Inter Dive, the deep sea divers and kayaking organizers in Fort Kochi (Kerala, India)

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ARTICLE
Jul 01, 2011

Here is an artist keen on preserving and popularizing the heritage monuments of Kerala through his specially developed medium monochromatic oil paintings in sepia tone. Dinesh Shenoy, the artist, recently opened an institution—the Centre for Heritage Monument Studies—in Mattancherry (Kerala, India), to exhibit and promote his paintings on monuments and other traditional architectural structures.

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ARTICLE - AYURVEDA
Jul 01, 2011



There is an herbal garden which epitomizes the life saga of Thorapa Mustafa, who years back had met with a fatal accident and his determination to lead a normal life. This herbal garden is in 1. 35 acres of land in Ponmala, a remote village in Malapuram district , Kerala. The story of Thorappa Musthafa and his Ayurveda Herbarium. 

 

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ARTICLE - CULTURE
Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavathy Temple, Malappuram district
Jul 01, 2011

Gopi Cholayil writes about the rare ritual Attangayeru, held annually at Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavathy Temple, in Malappuram district(Kerala, India)

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