Aluva <-> Pulinchodu <-> Companypady <-> Ambattukavu <-> Muttom <-> Kalamassery <-> Cochin University <-> Pathadipalam <-> Edapally <-> Changampuzha Park <-> Palarivattom <-> JLN Stadium <-> Kaloor <-> Town Hall <-> M.G Road <-> Maharaja’s College <-> Ernakulam south <-> Kadavanthra <-> Elamkulam <-> Vyttila <-> Thaikoodam <-> Petta
- Cochin University
- Changampuzha Park
- JLN Stadium
- Town Hall
- M.G Road
- Maharaja’s College
- Ernakulam south
|Aluva||ABUNDANT BOUNTY OF NATURE IN KERALA WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON WESTERN GHATS, PERIYAR & OTHER RIVERS||There are 44 rivers in Kerala, all but three originating in the Western Ghats. 41 of them flow westward and 3 eastward. The rivers of Kerala are small, in terms of length, breadth and water discharge. The rivers flow faster, owing to the hilly terrain and the short distance between the Western Ghats and the sea.
Major rivers: Periyar, Pamba, Bharathapuzha, Chaliyar, Chalakudi, Kadalundi.
|Pulinchodu||Western Ghats – Ecological region, flora & fauna||
|Companypadi||Western Ghats – Hills & peaks||Wayanad, Silent valley, Anaimalai hills, Cardamom hills, Agastya hills, Nilgiri Hills|
|Ambattukavu||Western Ghats – Snails, slugs & snakes||
|Muttom||Western Ghats – Birds||Black and Orange Flycatcher, Black-crested Bulbul, Broad-tailed grass bird, Crimson-backed Sunbird, Grey-fronted green pigeon, Grey-headed Bulbul, Kerala Laughing thrush|
|CUSAT||MARITIME HISTORY OF KERALA|
|Pathadipalam||Western Ghats – Fishes||There is higher fish richness in the southern part of the Western Ghats than in the northern And the highest is in the Chalakudy River, which alone holds 98 species. The most species rich families are the Cyprinids (72 species), hill stream loaches (34 species; including stone loaches, now regarded a separate family), Bagrid catfishes (19 species) and Sisorid catfishes (12 species).|
|Edapally||SPICES AND CROPS OF KERALA|
|Changampuzha Park||CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC HERITAGE OF KERALA|
|Palarivattom||Western Ghats – Flowers|
|JLN Stadium||SPORTING HERITAGE OF KERALA|
|Kaloor||Western Ghats – Monsoon, waterfall & waterbodies||Athirapally is situated 1000 ft. above sea level, on the Chalakudy river, approximately 80 feet in height.
Other waterfalls: Dudhsagar, Hogenakkal, Jog, Kunchikal, Sivasamudram and UnchalliLakes: Ooty, Kodaikanal, Berijam, Pookkode Lake, Devikulam, Letchmi
|Town Hall||Western Ghats – Dragonflies & butterflies||The Western Ghats is home to 174 species of Odonates (107 dragonflies and 67 damselflies), including 69 endemics. Odonates have a close endemic relationship with rivers, streams and other fresh water bodies.
Kerala is a haven for butterflies. There are about 332 species of butterflies in Kerala. Of them, 37 species are endemic to Western Ghats.
|MG Road||ERNAKULAM AND ITS HISTORY|
|Maharajas College||Western Ghats – Endangered species & mammals||The great Western Ghats are home to thousands of rare and magnificent mammals including The big cats of India black panther, Leopard and the Royal Bengal Tiger. The endangered mammal of the Western Ghats are lion-tailed macaque and Malabar large-spotted civet.|
|Ernakulam South||Kerala Tourism|
|Kadavanthara||History Of Print Media|
|Vyttila||History of Malayalam Cinema|