Every year during school vacation, we used to take the first available train and travel to the village of Anadhikritapuram. In an age and time, when the inventors of satellite TV and mobile phones were still roaming around in their … ...―
A village in the south of Kerala, a state at the southern tip of India, Anadhikritapuram was our vacation hideout. Our grandparents lived there and later on when my father retired from the army, we moved in, occupying one of the … Continue...―
Anadhikritapuram, a tiny village in the southern state of Kerala, was where we used to escape during school vacation days. At a time and age when satellite TV had still not made inroads into our collective consciousness, for us children …...―
Towards the end of 1992, India was reeling in the grip of religious fanaticism. An ancient religious structure claimed to have been built by one of the Mogul emperor’s, was torn down by a mob, which claimed the structure was … Continue...―
Let’s name the village Anadhikritapuram, this is a fictional name, so don’t try googling it up. This is just another way to say the unofficialversion in sanskrit, which as you might have guessed is the name of this blog. The word ...―
Summer time was vacation time, and for us children, this meant a compulsory trip to the southern most tip of India, to the tiny village of Anadhikritapuram. Our grandparents lived there, and relations from across the country would gather there for...―
Back in the seventies,for us children,school vacation time meant a trip to the grand parents. From across all parts of the country, family members would converge at the ancestral home, in the heart of the tiny village of Anadhikritapuram. ...―
In Anadhikritapuram, there was no separate month for the rains, it poured through out the year. Tucked away in the southern most tip of Kerala, life in the village was always wet and eventful. For us children, that translated into fun and...―
School vacation time meant travelling to Anadhikritapuram a village tucked away in the south of Kerala. This is where my grandparents lived. Uncles, aunties and their broods would converge on the family mansion and chalk out their territories. The...―
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