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From Amma’s garden..
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#Flowers #Garden #Twins #Cosmos

From Amma’s garden..
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#Flowers #Garden #Twins #Cosmos

37 2 15 February, 2019

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📍Lalbagh Flower Show
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My first time to the show.. This year, being the 150th birth anniversary of Gandhiji, the show is a tribute to him.
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I so loved the replica of Sabarmati Ashram which is decorated with 2.4 lakhs of red roses, 80,000 orange roses and 3.2 lakh white chrysanthemums.
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It also had many floral and millet based installations and messages of Gandhiji. A great place to take the kids, I would say..
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#Lalbagh #LalbaghBotanicalGarden #Bangalore #Bengaluru #FlowerShow #ThingsToDoInBengaluru #BangloreDiaries #NammaBengaluru #Karnataka #KarnatakaTourism #DesiTraveler #RangeenBandar

📍Lalbagh Flower Show
🔅
My first time to the show.. This year, being the 150th birth anniversary of Gandhiji, the show is a tribute to him.
🔅
I so loved the replica of Sabarmati Ashram which is decorated with 2.4 lakhs of red roses, 80,000 orange roses and 3.2 lakh white chrysanthemums.
🔅
It also had many floral and millet based installations and messages of Gandhiji. A great place to take the kids, I would say..
🔅
#Lalbagh #LalbaghBotanicalGarden #Bangalore #Bengaluru #FlowerShow #ThingsToDoInBengaluru #BangloreDiaries #NammaBengaluru #Karnataka #KarnatakaTourism #DesiTraveler #RangeenBandar

47 0 24 January, 2019
📍Canolly’s Plot, Nilambur
A little history.. Nilambur teak is famous for its superior quality, grandeur, durability, stability and grace. Britishers, who realised the worth of this precious timber tree of India, exported many from the Nilambur forest during their rule. Nilambur teak was used in the construction of Buckingham Palace, Kabba of Mecca, Kerala Legislative Assembly hall, the interior of Rolls Royce car, RMS Titanic etc. Many trees were felled and exported by agencies to build ships for British Navy. This caused massive destruction of Nilambur teak.
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Having realised the need to ensure uninterrupted supply of quality teak for Britishers, the then Malabar Collector brought to the attention of the govt, the need to conserve the forest. However, his efforts were not fruitful. In 1842, Mr.H.V.Canolly, the then Malabar Collector took the initiative in this direction. 30,000 seeds were sown and 10,000 saplings picked from the natural forest were planted at the banks of Chaliyar. In 1844, Mr. Chathu Menon, a forest officer was appointed as the Sub-Conservator of the plantation. By, 1846, a teak plantation of 1500 acres was raised, a portion of which was named as Canolly Plot. The teak of 9.1 acres of the Plot was felled during II World War and 115 teak trees of the 5.7 acres were conserved for research.
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The tarred road midst of shaded trees will take you to the banks of River Chaliyar. The plot is 300m away from the entrance, 146m of which is a hanging bridge, one of the longest hanging bridges of Kerala.
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Tall, thick-trunked and elegant teak trees adorn both sides of the paved walkway in the plantation. The plantation also houses the world's biggest teak tree in a man-made plantation.
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#ConollysPlot #Nilambur #Kerala #Travel #DesiTraveler #KeralaTourism #Malabar #GodsOwnCountry #VisitKerala #LiveKerala #BeautifulDestinations #SonyImages #TripotoCommunity #Teak #Plantation #Chaliyar #fms_hanging #HatkeTravels

📍Canolly’s Plot, Nilambur
A little history.. Nilambur teak is famous for its superior quality, grandeur, durability, stability and grace. Britishers, who realised the worth of this precious timber tree of India, exported many from the Nilambur forest during their rule. Nilambur teak was used in the construction of Buckingham Palace, Kabba of Mecca, Kerala Legislative Assembly hall, the interior of Rolls Royce car, RMS Titanic etc. Many trees were felled and exported by agencies to build ships for British Navy. This caused massive destruction of Nilambur teak.
🔅
Having realised the need to ensure uninterrupted supply of quality teak for Britishers, the then Malabar Collector brought to the attention of the govt, the need to conserve the forest. However, his efforts were not fruitful. In 1842, Mr.H.V.Canolly, the then Malabar Collector took the initiative in this direction. 30,000 seeds were sown and 10,000 saplings picked from the natural forest were planted at the banks of Chaliyar. In 1844, Mr. Chathu Menon, a forest officer was appointed as the Sub-Conservator of the plantation. By, 1846, a teak plantation of 1500 acres was raised, a portion of which was named as Canolly Plot. The teak of 9.1 acres of the Plot was felled during II World War and 115 teak trees of the 5.7 acres were conserved for research.
🔅
The tarred road midst of shaded trees will take you to the banks of River Chaliyar. The plot is 300m away from the entrance, 146m of which is a hanging bridge, one of the longest hanging bridges of Kerala.
🔅
Tall, thick-trunked and elegant teak trees adorn both sides of the paved walkway in the plantation. The plantation also houses the world's biggest teak tree in a man-made plantation.
🔅
#ConollysPlot #Nilambur #Kerala #Travel #DesiTraveler #KeralaTourism #Malabar #GodsOwnCountry #VisitKerala #LiveKerala #BeautifulDestinations #SonyImages #TripotoCommunity #Teak #Plantation #Chaliyar #fms_hanging #HatkeTravels

55 1 20 September, 2018
Couldn’t stop staring at all the oranges around.. The wave like tall walls of Antelope Canyon and the light beam always creates magic!
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#AntelopeCanyon #Arizona #WestCoast #Travel #USA #VisitTheUSA #Memories #BeautifulDestinations #Nature Landscape #TravelUSA #ManoramaVoyager

Couldn’t stop staring at all the oranges around.. The wave like tall walls of Antelope Canyon and the light beam always creates magic!
🔆
#AntelopeCanyon #Arizona #WestCoast #Travel #USA #VisitTheUSA #Memories #BeautifulDestinations #Nature Landscape #TravelUSA #ManoramaVoyager

44 4 19 September, 2018