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We have original antique furniture and curios, we are making antique type furniture (Bar cabinet, Roll top desk, King size cot, Side boards, Cupboard, Chairs, and Dining table).  Read More
  
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Disc Jockey :-
The only professional DJ in South Tamil Nadu, Based in Kodaikanal, Having an experience of twelve years as a Pro - DJ in all over south india.   Read More
  
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Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal is unique place. Rows and rows of silky pine trees sloping down to clear, cold streams, spectacular views which suddenly disappear in foamy mist, people bundled up in sweaters and overcoats. We seek peace quiet in a hill station, not the noise and fume of factories. Hopefully the powers-that-be will not allow kodaikanal to become spoilt.
  
To start with, the Palni Hills, about which Hindu Mythology gives a lovely story. One day Lord Shiva called his sons Subramaniya and Vighneswara, and announced a contest : a spin around the universe. The prize, a beautiful fruit. Subrmaniya solemnly set off on the long journey but clever and worldly Vighneshwara stayed put. Remembering that Shiva was himself the universe, he quickly walked around him and got the prize.   Read More
  
The Sacred Heart College was started in 1895 for the training of Theological Seminary, at Shenbaganur, which means the village of the ‘shenbangam’. This is a tree endemic of the South India hill forests. Early students and professors, mostly European set themselves the task of studying the flora and fauna of a Palnis. Read More
  
By 1880, a modern vehicle called "Transit" had arrived on the scene. It was a gaily painted, straw- padded bullock cart, and they changed bullock several times on the 33 – mile trip to Tope. It was the South India version of the Wild West they went in convoys, blew loud blasts on their horns, even galloped in short spurts.   Read More
  
At that time, the Municipal Council consisted of 12 members, all nominated by the Government. In this number was increased to 16, whom 4 were nominated and the remaining 12 elected. In 1950, though the strength remained 16, all the members were elected. The responsibility of the Municipality included looking after the roads, sanitation, public health, water supply, electricity, primary and secondary education, etc.    Read More
  
Kodaikanal Top Stories
PLECTRANTHUS:-
P.mollis with bluish flowers grows by the roadside in regions of 900 to 1100 metres on our hills.    Read More
Passiflora

Kodaikanal Friendly Post:-
Kodai follows me wherever I go, because it is my home. I could not get over this picture of the cascade park that Ashley gave me.   Read More
Friendly Post

Historic Kodai:-
Indu Chandok’s ‘memories’ of trekking routes in the forties and fifties of the twentieth century have stirred up my own ageing memory cells.   Read More
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