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... students on Technical Project Management.
My train journey from Thanjavur to Dindugul started at 10 PM. Besides me in the "Coupee" as they call it were two other distinguished travellers. One was the former Member of Parliament from the Tiruchendur Constituency Dr. A.D.K Jeyaseelan, the other was Dr. N. Ramachandran the former Vice-Chancellor of Periyar Maniammai University. They were both very friendly and helped us ...
... d allowed us to see by coming here. They seemed to sincerely enjoy our bewilderment at what to them was nothing more than daily life.
Life in the village seemed simple, though I knew better than to believe that at face value. There was no hospital here, no water treatment plant, nothing more than what the labor of a few hundred hands could produce. A few tin roofed shacks, some stone clay walls, a small shrine to Ganesh. These were the accomplishments these people could ...
... workers own shares in the company. After the video we walked through to the production plant and were taught about the Withering process.
This involves the storage of green shoots for 12-16 hours with a partial removal of moisture by blowing hot air through them. This stage is carried out to prepare them biochemically and physically for any subsequent manufacturing processes. During this process the enzymes ...
... were so high up on the hill in Tamil Nadu but the valley was covered in the blanket of mist and fog hence we didn't see much :o( It was a good exercise to walk up and down.
In the evening we sat on the balcony with a French Canadian couple who were playing on a guitar and bass. The guy composed songs as the pair travelled around... they were very good. Later on another French guy "Nikola" joined us on the balcony... he said ...
... Guna Caves, the fog was too thick for us to actually see any of the sights. We wandered around for a while before giving up and retreating. All there was to see was white and it doesn't really make for good pictures.
After that we headed down to the lake, taking a leisurely stroll. Thankfully the view was not ruined by the lake but we didn't quite expect it to be a man-made lake that was surrounded by a paved side walk. Lining the side walk were stalls that ...
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