• Backwaters of Chennai, Kelambakkam
Great rivers quintessentially become the identities of great cities. The Cooum river is inseparably tied to the social and cultural flavors of the city of Chennai. The Flow of Cooum, observes and shares ways of Sustainable living, the city of Chennai, its people and its interconnections with the rest of the world.
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Miles and miles of unreal landscape, the...

Pulicat Lake, a good 100 km from Chennai towards the North bordering Andhrapradesh on the NH5, is a bird sanctuary worth seeing not just for the migratory birds but also for the landscape. A brackish sea water lagoon, off the Bay the Bengal...

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The grandeur and magnificence of...

The place is normally crowded during the weekends on Saturday and Sunday. After you find a place to park your vehicle on the stretch of the East Mada street in Mylapore, you are all set to walk down the aisles of time, as you enter the road...

The humble sambar, always present

What sustains the Indian dish-Sambar, the...

The humble sambar has been in use in the Indian cuisine for many centuries now. It has been said that its usage dates back to the 15th Century. Over the years, the art of preparation, the taste and the way it is pronounced has been changing...

Backwaters of Chennai, Kelambakkam

A rewarding bird watching setting –...

The kelambakkam back waters is a brackish sea water lagoon separated from the Bay of Bengal. As one takes a left from the busy commercial area of Kelambakkam on to the Kelambakkam –kovalam road, an open spread of shallow blue water welcomes...

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A ‘Shubh’ arambh for a cracker of a...

World Cup contest between arch rivals give India a different 6 Pa©k! The repeated telecast of the ‘cracker’ advertisement before arch rivals India and Pakistan kick-started their World Cup cricket campaign on 15 February captured the...

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Howrah to Chennai, Hoogly to Cooum

As you leave Howrah station, you become part of the crowding milieu. For the uninitiated, this railway station is the starting point of those who seek an entry to the city of joy, Calcutta (now known as Kolkata!). If the sight of the population...

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