- MAKE A BATTER WITH MAIDA, SUGAR AND SESAME AND KEEP ASIDE.
- HEAT OIL IN A PAN OR A KADAI.
- AFTER THAT THE GRATTED COCONUT FOLLOWED BY JAGERRY.CARDOMOMS,JEERA POWDER
- SPLIT THE BANANA INTO TWO AND STUFF THE ABOVE MIXTURE INTO IT
- COAT IT WITH BATTER AND FRY THEM IN OIL
- SERVED WITH FRENCH FRIES AND HONEY
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A trek down the borders of Kerala is truly enchanting. While visiting the hilly havens of the God’s Own Country, one can simply indulge in the laidback features, beautiful settings, fresh air, watch flora and fauna and of course, a good company to walk alongside.
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Set the clock backwards… Enter a world of fantasy… Bring alive the child in you and flare up your imagination… Get immersed in the enchanting aura of epic stories and characters… With Tholpavakoothu add a classic touch to your holidays.
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Thekkady is the ideal location for monsoon tourism. The picturesque beauty combines with the heavy downpours to bask in the glorious image of a perfect romantic destination too. The resorts and home stays in the area skillfully bring together elements of ecotourism and agricultural tourism.
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Thekkady is a well-known tourist destination situated in Kerala’s Idukki district. The area blessed with verdant locales is often touted as the tourists’ paradise in ‘God’s Own Country.’ The sliver of heaven has the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary as its main weekend getaway. Are you a tourist in love with Idukki? Then, you have few more lesser known locations to set foot on.
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The coastal state of Kerala has always been known as the centre of spices. Ancient Kerala attracted foreign traders from far-away lands due to this reason. Kerala’s name is part of the long history of spice trade the country had with other nations. Assyrians, Romas, Greeks, Arabs and Babylonians had trade relations with the state, during ancient days.
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Gavi is an eco-tourist spot in Kerala which has widely become popular after ‘Alistair International, the world acclaimed tourism major listed it among the leading eco-tourism centres as one of the must-see places in India. Continue reading “Gavi” »
A recreational adventure sport, paragliding takes you closest to flying without wings. In the beautiful hill station of Vagamon , 45 Kms from Kumily.
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It is an adventure tourism activity at Pattumala Tea Estate which is 24 KMs away form Thekkady, where you are propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of an inclined cable by holding on to or attaching to, the freely moving pulley. The activity is 2500ft long and this zip-line is the longest in South India.
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A large number of devotees from both Tamil Nadu and Kerala thronged the Mangaladevi Kannagi Temple on the occasion of Chithra Pournami on Friday.Located in the reserve forests of Kerala bordering TN, the access to the 2000-year-old temple is allowed only once a year during Chithra Pournami, the full moon day in the month of Chithirai.
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