Tuesday, April 13, 2010

TRANSPLANTATION




Not easy it was. Leaving my hometown to a place which I had the least idea of... Really missed everything about Trivandrum. Found it too tough to adjust with the extreme hot climate, dry dusty wind and hard water from bore wells.. But had no choice because it was part of my job. And slowly I started adjusting. And before I knew, I loved this place. So much of greeneries, vast paddy fields, tall Palmyra trees, and simple, down to earth people who helped me a lot in the initial days..

Here are some pictures of my travel to Palakkad...

23 comments:

  1. Let all your transplantation leave your roots everywhere and bring loads of happy memories always.

    Shall give a shout when I land closeby( Coimbatore) and Passby( I go to Guruvayur when ever I visit India in the recent past). Take care

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  2. Hope pleasant weather in Palakkad compared to Trivandum

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  3. Dear Maddy,
    thank you, thank you my dear friend..!
    Yeah, do give a whistle when you pass this way.. and I will wave back..!!
    :)

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  4. Dear Sudeep
    No yaar the climate is not comfortable at all. this is the hottest district in kerala u know the day temp touches 40 -41 often while it remains below 35 in trivandrum. but what to do.. life...
    :(
    :)

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  5. Friend, I understand that transplantation is difficult mainly due to emotional reason. But,the exposure to a new place makes life enriching. Think about one of your favorite authors O. V. Vijayan, if I'm not mistaken this is his hometown. But, his most productive years were spent in Delhi. So, take heart from that & you may find Appakilli, Ravi & others here. :)

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  6. palakkadinte soubhagyamkalilekku ulla theevandi yathra ..kollam dr last photo.. nannayirikkunnu
    neenthu parannu kidakkunna pratheekshakalude jeevitham...
    take care

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  7. Dear Paresh,
    true.. palakkad is sometimes a synonym of art and culture of kerala.. MT, OV Vijayan, VKN.. and the Nila and kalamandalam on its banks.. I am glad to be here, though for a while...!

    "Karimpanakalude chakravalathil sandhya karuthu thudangiyirunnu. Pachakkilikal koottam chernnu parannupokunnathum nokki Appukili padikkal ninnu."
    (Khasaak)

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  8. Dear Prajesh
    Thank you for taking your precious time..!
    :)

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  9. Nice thoughts to treasure & share. Great going maa'm

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  10. Dear Sekhar,
    welcome back, after a long time..!
    thank you friend.
    :)

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  11. am glad to see u active at the blog.may this be the beginning of a wonderful journey...in career as well as personal life.

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  12. സാരമില്ലെന്നേ... തിരികേ വരാനാണല്ലോ യാത്രകളെല്ലാം തുടങ്ങുന്നത്.
    ഇനി കുറേ നാള്‍ പുതിയ നാടും ചുറ്റുപാടുകളുമായി ജീവിതത്തിന്റെ മറ്റൊരു തലത്തിലേയ്ക്ക്... അല്ലേ? എല്ലാ ആശംസകളും

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  13. Sree..
    Thanks friend..
    but at times its too painful.
    missing everything i love.
    lets hope things will get better...
    :(
    :)

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  14. Thought to drop by and here you are once again, welcome and good luck in your new endeavors. :)

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  15. Best wishes. :)
    The first pic is nice. :)

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  16. Dear Chandrika Subham..
    welcome...!
    Thank you friend...!
    :)

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  17. Glad to have ya back... :))

    Love,
    Sam..

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  18. Dear Ozhaakkan
    Thanks a lot...!!1
    :)
    :D

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  19. Samri Darling...
    Long time, no see....!!!
    :)
    thanks...!!
    :)

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  20. Dear K&C..
    Thanks a lot, frndz...
    ofcourse its a good place.. but the heat... my god...!!!
    :(
    :)

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