me & my family
Born in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 17th December, 2001 at 5: 00 pm. I am an INDIAN from the so called God's own Country, K E R A L A.
Working in AL AMOUDI EXCHANGE Co.
Al Balad, Jeddah, K S A.
A resident Nurse in Al Ryan Polyclinic
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
(A wellknown & reputed Polyclinic)
8th Std at AL WUROOD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL.,
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
By Almighty Allah's Grace, all of them are well and strong till now. I love my grandparents very much.
My beloved grand mother Mrs. Rukhiya Kunhimuhammad a resident of Palakkad:
DUNDUMON, NEAR.VO, ALANALLUR - 678601, PALAKKAD, KERALA - INDIA. Tel.+91-9495133495
Mr. Plappillil Hassainar and Mrs.Thachi Hassainar residents of Ernakulam :
PLAPPILLIL HOUSE, PATTIMATTOM, COCHIN, KERALA - INDIA. Tel.+91 484 2689869
Mr. Sanoob Chelakkodan, staying with his wife SHIBLA at Adil Manzil, Calicut, Kerala, India.
Cell: +91 954402626 / E-mail. email@example.com
Mrs.Sajima. staying with her husband Mr.Rahman at Sonu Manzil, Alanallur - 678 601 - Palakkad, Kerala, INDIA.
Cell: +91 42426325.
Mr. Mohammed Plappillil staying with his wife RASHEEDA at Amjad Manzil, Pattimattom, Cochin, Kerala, INDIA.
Cell: +91 9847735899.
Mrs. Shebeena living with her husband Mr. Sunil Ebrahim (Dr.Khalid Idris Hospital) in Jeddah. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She is working as a Nurse in Badr Al Tamam Polyclinic,Sharafiyah, Jeddah.
Master. SONU RAHMAN, ALANALLUR, PALAKKAD
Master. Adil S Chelackoden, ALANALLUR, PALAKKAD
Master. Amil S Chelackoden, ALANALLUR, PALAKKAD
Master. PAPPY RAHMAN,ALANALLUR, PALAKKAD
Master. AMJAD, COCHIN
Master. AJSAR, COCHIN
Master. AFZAL SUNIL, COCHIN
Shri. PPK Hydru (late) Vettathur, MPM
Smt. Biyyumma Hydru (late) Vettathur, MPM
Shri. Yousaf Ali, Vettathur, MPM
Shri. Jahamgeer, Vettathur, MPM
Smt. Mymoona, Vettathur, MPM
Smt. Balkees,Vettathur, MPM
Smt. Umaiba Jahamgeer
Shri. Alavi (Late), Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Mohammad Haji (Late), Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Saidali Haji, Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Koyanni Haji, Alanallur, PKD
Smt. Fathima Muhammad, Thiruvazhamkunnu, PKD
Smt. Sainaba, Alanallur, PKD
Smt. Aminakutty, Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Ismail Haji (Late), Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Samad, Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Nazar, Alanallur
Shri. Sidheeq, Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Muhammad Basheer, Alanallur, PKD
Shri. Haneefa, Thiruvazahmkunnu, PKD
Hyperbolically known as the Paris of Arabia, Jeddah is one of the few cities in the region to have built around, rather than over, its times gone by. Although it's definitely a modern metropolitan area, Jeddah (which is mid-way down the country's Red Sea coast) is also the most interesting and friendly of Saudi Arabia's big cities. Jeddah is centered on Al-Balad, the strip of buildings along its coastline road and the old city directly behind them.
Jeddah, the largest city in Saudi Arabia's Western Province, once located sleepily on the shores of the Red Sea, with no sign of its prestigious future. Today it bustles, dazzles and resounds with industry, technology and cosmopolitan human life.
The origin of the city's name poses an interesting dilemma for etymologists. Juddah (pronounced Jiddah) in Arabic means seashore, which seems logical enough, but the school of thought which prefers Jaddah or grandmother, is given credibility by the traditional location of Eve's tomb within the city. Jeddah is, in fact, incorrect, but is popularly used by most non-Saudis living there.
Jeddah has some great museums, including the Municipality Museum. Located in a 200-year-old restored traditional house built from Red Sea coral, the museum has interesting photos of the development of Jeddah, along with rooms done up in traditional style. The Museum of Abdel Raouf Hasan Khalil houses 10,000 items jam-packed into 4 mock-Arab Disney-style buildings. The museum is a spectacularly badly organized clutter of tasteless exhibits, but there are a few real gems among the debris. The Jeddah Museum, the regional museum of archaeology and ethnography, covers the same turf as the Riyadh Museum.
Jeddah has one of the best souks (markets) in the kingdom, the spectacular Souk Al-Alawi, which winds its way through the old city. Although some sections of it have been paved over, and others fitted with bizarre green and white columns, it's still a great place to spend hours strolling and browsing. Jeddah's 3 reconstructed old city gates are also worth a look, as are the several good examples of traditional Jeddah architecture found around the North City Gate.
Kerala is on the southernmost tip of India. It stretches along the coast of the Arabian Sea and is separated from the rest of the sub continent by the steep Western Ghats.
CAPITAL: Thiruvananthapuram. AREA: 38,863 Sq. Km.TIME: GMT +5.30.
DISTRICTS: Thiruvanthapuram,Kollam,Kottayam,Ernakulam,Thrissur,Pathanamthitta,Kozhikode, Kannur,Alappuzha,Idukki,Malappuram,Wayanad,Kasargod,Palakkad.
LANGUAGE: Malayalam,English. MAJOR PORT: Kochi.CASH CROPS: Rubber, Coffee, Tea, Cardamom, Pepper and Cashew.
OTHER PRODUCTS: Coir, Handloom, Handicrafts, Metal Mirror and fibre products.
BEACHES: Kovalam, Kappad, Varkala, Cherai, Alleppey, Shanghumugham, Thirumullavaram and Bekal.
SANCTUARIES: Periyar,Thekkady,Aralam,Parambikulam,Wayanad,Idukki,Silent Valley,Peppara, Thattekad,Eravikulam,Chinnar,Peechi-Vazhani,Neyyar and Kumarakom.
HILL STATIONS: Ponmudi, Peermade, Thekkady, Munnar, Wayanad and Devikulam.
AIR PORTS:Thiruvanananthapuram, Nedumbassery, Kozhikode.
Kerala, God's Own Country. Kerala is one of the ten 'Paradises Found' by the National Geographic Traveler, for its diverse geography and overwhelming greenery. It is a land much acclaimed for the contemporary nature of its cultural ethos, and much appreciated for the soothing, rejuvenating paradise that it is.
Kerala the southern most state of India took birth on 1st November 1956, long after Indian Independence on 15th August 1947. Beforehand it was three Independence provinces named Malabar, Cochin and Travancore. Kerala originally got its name after the first ruler, Keralian, who ruled one of these Independent provinces in the early Centuries.
Kerala is truly the undiscovered India. It is God's own country and an enchantingly beautiful, emerald-green sliver of land. It is a tropical paradise far from the tourist trial at the southwestern peninsular tip, sandwiched between the tall mountains and the deep sea. Kerala is a long stretch of enchanting greenery. The tall exotic coconut palm dominates the landscape.
Kerala is a land of rivers and backwaters. Forty-four rivers (41 west-flowing and 3 east-flowing} criss-cross the state physique along with countless runlets. During summer, these monsoon-fed rivers will turn into rivulets especially in the upper parts of Kerala.
Backwaters are an attractive, economically valuable feature of Kerala. These include lakes and ocean in lets which stretch irregularly along the Kerala coast. The biggest among these backwaters is the Vembanad lake, with an area of 200 sq km, which opens out into the Arabian Sea at Cochin port. The Periyar, Pamba, Manimala, Achenkovil, Meenachil and Moovattupuzha rivers drain into this lake.
The other important backwaters are Veli, Kadhinam kulam, Anju Thengu,Edava, Nadayara, Paravoor. Ashtamudi.
Kerala, the incredibly enchanting God's Own Country is believed to have been created when the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu named Parashurama, bids adieu to his arms, asking ''forgiveness for the Arabian Sea this is how Kerala greets a visitor flying down towards this land of plenty. Kerala soothes a traveler with her, turquoise blue beaches, his sins, threw his axe from heaven which landed on Southern India to form this narrow verdant strip of land surrounded by the rolling soothing shades of palm trees, green lowlands, sky scraping mountains, placid lakes and some of the most picture-perfect natural resources in hills of the Western Ghats from the cardamom, pepper, turmeric and ginger, making Kerala the spice garden of India.
Malayalam is the language of Kerala. Keralites are popularly called "Malayalees" for the language they speak. The people of Kerala form a well educated society. Kerala is the first state in India with 100% literacy.
Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy. Exports and tourism also plays an important role.
The official language of Kerala is Malayalam but English too is widely spoken and is taught in schools and Universities. Malayalam is considered to be a very complete language it has 56 alphabets and many more vowels, making every word and accent in the world easily pronounceable to the Malayalees. Kerala is one of the most progressive state in terms of social welfare and physical quality of life. The matriarchal system here is a unique social heritage as the women of Kerala enjoy a better status than there counter parts else where in India.
The people of Kerala enjoy a unique cosmopolitan outlook, which is reflected in there tolerance towards other races and religions. So it has been called Kerala as "God's Own Country"
PERFORMING ARTS: Kathakali, Chavittunatakom, Oppana, Krishnanattom, Mohiniyattom, Kakkarissi NatakomThiruvathirakali, Kolkkali, Thullal, Kootiyattom, Daffmuttu...
RITUAL ARTS: Theyyam, Patayani, Poothanumthirayum, Paana, Mudiyettu, Koothu, Kannyarkali, Arjuna nritham, Tholppavakkoothu, Velakali, Kalamezhuthu, Margomkali, Kavadiyattom, Theeyattu, Kummattikkali.
The city of the thousand-headed Anantha, the holy serpent on which Lord Vishnu reclines, Thiruvananthapuram is one of the most beautiful cities of India. Perched on undulating terrain of low coastal hills near the southern edge of the Indian mainland, clean and green, Thiruvananthapuram, which was previously called Trivandrum, is an ancient city with trading tradition dating back to 1000 BC
The city is also a welcome departure from other large cities of India in its spacious layout and regulated life. Now the Capital of one of the most fascinating states of India, Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is an important entry point into India with communication links to Maldives, Sri Lanka and many countries to the West of Arabian Sea. It is also an excellent base to explore the interiors of Kerala, the southernmost region of India, and from Kochi, the Lakshadweep Islands. The city offers all modern facilities needed by a visitor and is a centre for cultural activities.
Palakkad district is situated in the South West Coast of India. The district is bounded on the North by Malappuram District, in the East by Coimbatore district of Tamilnadu, in the south by Trichur district and in the west by Trichur and Malappuram districts.
Palakkad or Palghat is the land of Palmyrahs and Paddy fields. Along with Kuttanadu, Palakkad is a major Paddy growing area of the state. It is often called as the “Gateway of Kerala”. The Sahya Ranges bordering the region and the 32 k.m. long gap in the mountains exert a dominant influence on the climate of the region. This Gap is known as “Palakkad Gap”.
In the past, this land was known as Palakkattussery Etymologist trace the word Palakkad from Palanilam meaning the dry area. Palakkad has a long history dating back to the Paleolithic Period which was substantiated by a number of megalithic relics discovered from this region. It also housed the Capitals of two Kingdoms such as Palakkad and Kollengode, which were in prominence till a Century back.
The ancient history of Palakkad is shrouded. According to William Logan, the author of “Malabar Manual”, the Pallava Dynasty of Kanchi might have invaded Malabar in the second or third century. One of their headquarters was Palakkad, which could be the present Palakkad. For many centuries the Malabar region was ruled by Perumals. Malabar had been invaded by many of the ancient South Indian Rulers. After this the Malabar was divided among their Utayavars. The famous among them were the “Valluvakonathiri” (Ruler of Valluvanad) Kollengode Raja (Ruler of Venguvanad) and Sekharivarma (Raja of Palakkad) of Palakkattussery. The Palakkad Region was came under the control of Kollengode Raja and Sekharivarma Raja of Palakkad.
When the Kozhikkode Sammoothiri invaded Palakkad in 1757, the Palakkad Raja sought the help of Hyder Ali of Mysore. His help forced the Sammoothiri for retreat. Later Hyder Ali subjugated all territories in Palakkad which were under the possession of Kozhikkode Sammoothiri. Thus whole dominion of Palakkad passed into the control of Mysore Sulthan Hyder Ali Khan and his son Tippu Sulthan. The war between East India Company and Tippu Sulthan ended with the treaty of 1792 and all the possessions of Tippu in Malabar area ceded to the East India Company and it formed the Malabar District of the Madras Presidency.
The commercial capital of Kerala and the most cosmopolitan of Kerala’s cities, Cochin is a fascinating blend of cultures. From time immemorial, it has been the favourite destination of globe-trotters and explorers. Blessed by one of the finest natural harbours in the world, Cochin has been celebrated as the Queen of the Arabian Sea.
In and around Cochin are several cities of monumental value, but step into Fort Cochin, and you are in a totally different world.The Chinese fishing nets, the Jewish Synagogue, the Dutch palace, the Portuguese and British Architecture, all finely blend with the rich heritage of the land, intricately woven folklore and fact.