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... Swamimalai in the form of Gurunathan he is blessing students with admission and excellence in their studies. When the Trustees of the temple went to order a Vel from the Vummidiar jewellers, to their great surprise they were told that they had a Vel ready with them especially for Swaminatha Swami. And many other such instances can also be cited.
In this complex Swamimalai is situated at the northeast, Tiruchendur at the east, ...
... was once again lovely, the favourite lunchtime dish of the day: paneer tikka masala! After lunch we headed briefly back to the ODC before making the short journey over to the Cognizant academy, where all of the graduates that join Cognizant are trained. It was great to see the academy and whilst over there we also had a practical training session focused on SQL. This took us up until late in the afternoon and next on the agenda was a brief meeting ...
... to Trivandrum. It's a very peaceful city and felt very civilised. There were even proper pavements (pavements!) which meant a relaxing walk without potholes, crazy tuk-tuk drivers and more importantly without the fear of stepping in cow dung.
My former Barclays colleague Suvarna had recently moved back from London to her home town Trivandrum and we arranged to meet up with her and her husband. We had a great afternoon and evening. Tom and I both took this opportunity ...
... of which there are 6 in total) while G and I waited….Once back
they were told to sit cross legged on the floor and that’s where they stayed
until lunch time. There were no activities. Occasionally a teacher would read
aloud from a local newspaper for a few minutes but that was it. If the girls
stood up they were ordered back down and if they got too loud they were shouted
at to be quiet. We knew immediately that something wasn’t quite right but ...
... other signs of destitution - interspersed with glorious tree-lined boulevards, grandiose architecture old and new, statues of the city's late and great, leafy gardens and vibrant, colourful markets. Order and chaos vye for the upper hand. It seems at times like the chaos is winning.
Strolling around town I discover a beach - strewn with rubbish which catches my attention, but this doesn't seem to spoil people's ...