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    Auroville, India at a Glance by Gayatri S

    Tripunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala, India

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    This is a Map depicting a small section of what's waiting for visitors to this beautiful community. Even though not the whole of Auroville, this map helps you saunter through once you visit!

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    Auroville, India by Chandra Prabha Radhakrishnan

    Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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    A map illustrating “the mysterious Auroville”, with its curious sights & unique architecture, unlike any other place in India. Sights- The Matri Mandir (temple) blazing like the summer sun with its gleaming energy falling upon the distant mediators under the great banyan tree. The offbeat path from the youth centre, surrounded by fallen cyclone trees leading to the raw tree houses with the hippie love car road divider. Curious architecture- space ship Auro Model houses, Roger Anger's abandoned school, the art school. Memories- fish pedicure at Verite, Sleeping at the open roofed hut at Reve under the stars & constantly loosing my way along the winding mud roads at night.

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    The Temple Town of Madurai, India by Gayatri S

    Tripunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala, India

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    Lookie what the 2500 year old Madurai town has to bring to you! From the steaming pongal and idlis to the magnanimous Meenakshi temple - Madurai is a stunner. Done on a illustrated panorama of Meenakshi temple - you must visit.

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    The Cherished Green Spaces of Bangalore by Prabha Narayanan

    Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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    I have always loved walking in the parks of Bangalore. A rich treasure house of flora and fauna along all seasons of the year! I love paintings pods, seeds and fallen flowers. They are a testimony to the natural abundance around us and our need to conserve them.