A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala

Tripoto
29th Jun 2013

'cling-cling-cling'

Photo of A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala by Muthu Kumaran

Ice-cream stall, broken bridge & the red flag

Photo of A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala by Muthu Kumaran

Indian Coffee House

Photo of A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala by Muthu Kumaran

Somewhere in Alleppy

Photo of A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala by Muthu Kumaran

A lottery seller all determined to sell!

Photo of A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala by Muthu Kumaran
''No matter how heavy her slippers were, If  Kerala was a woman , I would have proposed her for sure. Especially when she wears the monsoon robe.''
 
Dark clouds, continuous showers are one thing dominant in Kerala during the monsoon. Non-green patches,people without an umbrella are close to rare sight at this time of the year. As I recall my two days in Kerala, I want to take you to the sights which I captured through my camera and a few insights on them along with it.
Indian Coffee House is an age old resturant present ashore the Alleppy beach. It was quite a lovely sight from my table to see the waves coated dark by the clouds. To say about this photo , I somehow believe that the reason for this place in the earth being so green is beacause there is enough red 'ruling'
Photo of Indian Coffe House, Hospital Road, Vandanam, Kerala, India by Muthu Kumaran
Photo of Alleppey Beach, Alappuzha, Kerala, India by Muthu Kumaran
It is so fascinating or rather inspiring how a place can be decently developed yet practice the age old traditions and cultures by all means without a crooked face.This old man with my favorite umbrella (thaatha kodai - I call it) was holding his dhoti up and walking on the Mullikan street , a busy commercial corridor in Alleppy.
Photo of Mullikan street, Alleppey, Kerela by Muthu Kumaran
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