“Sthreepeedanam” is a malayalam short story by Jaison Mundackal.
A historical Correction is recommended by Dr. AKB Pillai on the myth of “Mahabali and Vamana”
Nirllimgaswargam -Malayalam Poem by Jose Cheripuram
A woman from a small Indian village is fast becoming known as one of the world’s greatest humanitariansby Rajeswari Devi
TORONTO – You’re not entirely sure how you got here. You’re in a room with seemingly hundreds of people dressed in white and bearded Swamis in orange. At the end of a long chaotic-looking line, there is a plump Indian…
Bhranthan-Malayalam Poem by Krishna
In Hinduism, there is a God namely Ganapathi. Ganesha is also his name. There are a lot of stories about and around him. He is the son of God Siva and Goddess Parvathy. His body is human, but his head is that of an Elephant. The legend is that one day when Devi Parvathy was removing the dust particles…
“About $22 Billion In Gold, Diamonds, Jewels Found In Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple” -News.
Cartoon by Joseph Karaparampil
Urakkam - Mini Story by Jaison Mundackal
(When, Alfred Bernhard Nobel realized that his invention dynamite did more destruction to the humanity than good, he introduced Nobel Peace price)
Malayalam Poem by: G.Puthenkurishe