I He She You It A Come Came Will come Open Opened Will open Sit Walk Eat Drink Win

Go Run I go He goes He eats an apple He is eating an apple He ate an apple I saw the film last week She came by bus yesterday They went to the temple He slept the whole night He wrote well in the examination He has eaten He had eaten He had gone He had come He will eat He will go He will come What is your name? What Is Your Name

Mein Woh / Usne Woh Tum / Aap (respect) Yeh Ek Aao / Aaiye (respect) Aaya ( he) / Aayee (she) / Aaye (plural) Aayega (he) / Aayegi (she) / Aayenge ( plural) Kholo / Kholiye (respect) / Kholna Khola Kholega (he) / Kholegi (she) / Kholenge (plural) Baitho / Baithiye (respect) / Baithna ( to sit) Chalo / Chaliye ( respect) / Chalna (to walk) Khao / Khaiye (respect)/ Khana (to eat) Piyo / Peejiye (respect) / Peena (to drink) Jeetna(to win) Jaao / Jaaiye (respect) / Jaana (to go) Daudna Mein jaata hoon Woh jaata hai Woh sev khaata hai Woh sev khaa raha hai Usne sev khaya Meine pichhle saftah film dekhi Woh kal bus se aayee Ve mandir gaye Woh raat bhar soya Usne exam achcha likha Usne khaa liya Usne khaa liya tha Woh chala gaya tha Woh aaya tha Woh khaayega Woh jaayega Woh aayega Tumhara /Aapka naam kya hai ? Kya Hai / Hein (respect) Tumhara / Aapka (respect) Naam

What did you do? What should I do? What can I do? What are the questions? What were the questions? What is the last question? What is written in the letter? What you had been told? What will be the answer? Why did you come? Why did you sleep? Why did you tell him to go? Why did he bring the bag? Why did she pay the money? Why did they sit there? Why do you drive the car? Why did they come late for the meeting? How did you come? How did you sleep? How did you drive the car ? How did you write? How many apples are there in my hand? How many did you take? How much did he pay you? How much distance to go? How was the journey yesterday? Which way did you come? Which is your favourite colour? In which room did you sleep? Which story did you tell? Which is the sweetest fruit? Which is the best newspaper in Hindi? Which Indian state has the largest population? Where are you coming from? Where did you sleep? Where is the manager¶s cabin? Where should I go? Is it a book? Yes, it is a book Is it the answer?

Tumne / Aapne (respect) kya kiya ? Mein kya karoon ? Mein kya kar sakta hoon ? Kya sawal hein ? Kya sawal the ? Aakhiri sawal kya hai ? Khat mein kya likha hai ? Tumhein kya kaha gaya tha ? Jawab kya hoga ? Tum / Aap kyon aaye ? Tum / Aap kyon soye ? Tumne use jaane ko kyon kaha ? Woh bag kyon laya ? Usne paisa kyon diya ? Ve wahan kyon baithe the ? Tum / aap car kyon chalate ho ? Ve meeting ke liye deri se kyon aaye ? Tum / aap kaise aaye ? Tum kaise soye ? Tumne car kaise chalayee ? Tumne kaise likha ? Mere haath mein kitne sev hein ? Tumne kitne liye ? Usne tumhen kitna paisa diya ? Aur kitni door jana hai ? Kal ki yatra kaisi thi ? Tum / Aap kis raaste se aaye ? Tumhara /Aapka pasandida rang kaun sa hai? Tum / Aap kaunse kamre mein soye ? Tumne kaunsi kahani batayee ? Sabse meetha fal kaunsa hai ? Hindi mein sabse achcha newspaper kaunsa hai ? Kis bharatiya rajya ki jansankhya sabse jyada hai ? Aap / tum kahan se aa rahe ho ? Tum kahan soye ? Manager ka cabin kahan hai ? Mujhe kahan jaana chahiye ? Kya yeh kitab hai ? Haan, yeh kitab hai Kya yeh jawab hai?

Yes, it is the answer Will you come with me? I shall come with you. Will you give me your pen? Yes, of course. Do you love me ? Yes, I love you. Can you give me your pen? Can you lift the box? Can you write the exam? Did you have your lunch? How are you? I am fine

Haan yehi jawab hai. Kya tum mere saath aaoge ? Mein tumhare saath aaunga. Kya tum mujhe apna pen doge ? Haan, zaroor Kya tum mujhe pyar karte ho ? Haan mein tumhein pyaar karta (m) / karti(f) hoon Kya tum mujhe apna pen de sakte ho? Kya tum box utha sakte ho ? Kya tum pariksha likh sakte ho ? Kya tumne dopehar ka khana khaya ? Tum kaise ho / Aap kaise hain ? Main achha hoon

Hindi is an Indo-Aryan language with about 487 million speakers. It is one of the official languages of India and is the main language used in the northern states of Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar, and is spoken in much of north and central India alongside other languages such as Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi or Bengali. In other parts of India, as well as in Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan, Hindi is understood. In Fiji people of Indian origin speak Hindi, and in some areas the Fijian people also speak it. Hindi is closely related to Urdu, the main language of Pakistan, which is written with the Arabic script, and linguists consider Standard Hindi and Standard Urdu to be different formal registers both derived from the Khari Boli dialect, which is also known as Hindustani. Apart from the difference in writing systems, the other main difference between Hindi and Urdu is that Hindi contains more vocabulary from Sanskrit, while Urdu contains more vocabulary from Persian. Hindi first started to be used in writing during the 4th century AD. It was originally written with the Brahmi script but since the 11th century AD it has been written with the Devan gar alphabet. The first printed book in Hindi was John Gilchrist's Grammar of the Hindoostanee Language which was published in 1796.

Devan gar alphabet for Hindi
Vowels and vowel diacritics

Consonants Numerals .

........... .Hindi Lesson 19.... Most Hindi letters can be written in 2 or 3 steps..the palatals-so called because the tongue strikes the hard palate.Some of the steps in writing certain letters are left for you to do as excercise............... The first five letters are the Gutturals all produced from the back of the throat and the next five from CH onwards ... Experienced Hindi writers can reduce them further by for example retracing their pen back up a vertical stem.. Note the faint arrow line .... so we can familiarlise ourselves with all the letters and are able to read them when we scan in a few stories from publications.. the tail of the arrow gives you the direction from which the pen starts.................... The last step is the drawing of the horizontal line at the top..Home How to write Hindi letters A step means you take the pen off the paper...The next figure contains the first two lines of the alphabet .Sample text in Hindi Hindi Lesson 18 .. This and the next lesson cover almost all the compound letters .. vowels etc......

JH and A and AA are the best examples. Compare JH with that in lesson 13 .Note that a very few Hindi letters can be written in more than one way .

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Next come the cerbrals because the tongue points up to the head . Now follow the semi vowels . the dentals where the tongue strikes the upper teeth and the labials where the lips are closed. It is worth getting a pen and writing each on a piece of paper as you read through the next figure. the sibliants or s sound and finally H the aspirant. .

We will expand lesson 18 next week. . AA in four by adding an aa mark to ugh. In the meantime have a go at lesson 18 and 19 again. Here is how the vowels are written . Ugh is formed in three steps.

Aan of course if formed from Ugh etc. when it appears before the letter M. . Note little i is actually added after the letter eg M is written down first as in the English word miss below. In the top part of the figure below are the vowel marks.

GY. But that the top r modifies the previous letter eg. These are written by starting . Next we look at compound letters. SHR . and Ri are considered as part of the alphabet . TR . Prate Kal in Sanskrit means morning. There are about 10 of these although only KSH .. in the word Mark where it modifies the preceding letter M even though it put over the K. Finally note the two vertical dots which give an ae sound and mostly used in Sanskrit words eg in the word Prataee as above built up from P then adding a r mark in the foot of the P etc.Note the mark for r which follow the letter in the word Prate and the ri which modifies M in Mrig .

with the vertical line first. Hy. The next figure has Z . We will add more in the coming week so that scanned articles can be read. Hm. ROO. LRi. Ru . N . and the symbol for peace OM .

The following figure contains some interesting letters. On the top line are the guttural form of N combined with K . Again it is important to know these so that one may not be surprised when reading a magazine. Sometimes ugh and AA are written as in this figure. . and also next to it g.

THE can also be combined with a couple of letters . One of them as in the figure above gives the word for war -yudh. .

Although this lesson may seem difficult you have met nearly all the letters before.Lets have a look in this rather long lesson at some doubled letters.Some like the t and d's are just smaller version of the full letter while jh and r do not seem to have any half letter form . Finally lets check we remember all the half letters. These below are the common and a couple of examples are given.

Home .....Hindi Lesson 19.

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Thiruvanaika Kovil SRIRANGAM Sanctity is accorded to a place on the basis of its threefold popularity of the presiding deity. from the surrounding plains. dedicated to Lord Shiva. that soars 83 meters upwards. The holy shrine of Srirangam has al l these attributes in rich measure. one of which is the tallest in India. The southern distributary of the river retains the name Cavery. Cavery River. Srirangam. while the northern branch is called Coleroon. Coleroon River . The abode of the Supreme Lord. It has a 100 pillared hall. and a Vimana. It is reached by a step flight of 437 steps cut into the rock. The 72m high 13-tiered Rajagopuram was built in 1987 while the remaining 21 gopurams were built between th 14th and 17th centuries.ROCKFORT The most famous land mark of this district is Rockfort Temple. the reclining form of Lord Vishnu is situated in Srirangam 8 kilometers from Trichy city. Sri Ranganatha. From its summit we will get a fantastic view of the town plus its other main land mark. the quality of the holy waters and its hoary past.There are not less than 22 gopurams. This temple crowns a massive outcrop of rock. JAMBUKESWARA TEMPLE . The township of Srirangam envelopping the shrine is situated on a tiny island formed by the bifurcation of the river Cavery at a place called Mukkombu (Upper anaicut). Halway up is the Sri Thayumanaswamy Temple.

Its excellent setting and marvelous architecture. Installed under an ancient Jambu tree. this church has lovered doors. . ST. makes it a site worth visiting. It is marvelous architecture .Thiruvanaikaval Jambukeswara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated 2 kms east of Srirangam. the lingam is partially submerged by water and meant to represent God incarnate as water. MUKKOMBU A wonderful picnic spot.where the river Kollidam branches off from the river Cavery. surrounded by commercial markets. turns the church into an airy pavilion. It is also situated in the heart of Trichy City. HAZRATH NATHERVALI It is ancient Durga more than 1000 years old. It is 18 kilometer from Trichy City. It is in the heart of the Trichy city. The temple is named after the elephant which is believed to have worshipped Lord Siva here. the doom is made up of shining marbles giving a great look to the Durga. LOURDU's CHURCH Built in 1812. which when opened.

Kudumiyanmalai Kudumiyanmalai temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva as Kuduminatha or Shikhagirinatha. Famous for its shrine to Goddess Mariamman. people gathering lotuses from a pond and two dancing figures. Many of them are typical of the 9th century Pandyan period and include exquisitely detailed pictures of animals. and has some interesting inscription as well . It is in the National Highway 45 (Trichy . A fine picnic spot.Grand Anaicut Grand Anaicut (Kallanai Dam). Fresco painting from the 7th century can be seen on the ceiling of the Ardhamandapam. it is located in the foot hills of the kolli rage. It is 6 kilometer from Trichy City.Chennai highway). fish. It is 20 kilometer from Trichy City.Jain cave temple.An Ancient dam built by Karikala Chola across the river Cavery in 2 AD. Samayapuram Vekkaliamman Kovil Vayalore Puliancholai Sittannavasal (58km) In this village are the remains of 2nd century B. (& kilometer from Trichy City) The Place of Temple dedicated to Lord Muruga.C. Kudumiyanmalai oldest part of the temple was a cave temple. It is 72 kilometers from Trichy city. ducks. Fresco paintings reminiscent of Ajanta adorn the walls. The inner part containing the sanctum was built by the Cholas in 9th century. The very famous Amman Temple situated at Woraiyur. Legend has it that a Kudumi or a lock of hair was noticed on the idol after which the deity was called Kuduminathar. There are many pre-historic burial sites around Sittannavasal and among the relics unearthed are burial urns. There arealso inscriptions dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries. cists and Kurangupatarai.

across the main stream of the Cauvery. It is situated 18 kms away from Trichy. 329 meters long and 20 meters wide. This is a beautiful picnic spot. The Kallanai. this dam is about 658 mt long and has been forced into three sections instead of one long stretch because of the shape of the island. Situated amidst lush green vegetation. Mukkombu Mukkombu is a wonderful picnic spot. is an ancient dam in Tamil Nadu. The Kallanai is a massive dam of unhewn stone.as beautiful sculptures.D. The Grand Anaicut built by Karikalan Chola in the 2nd century A. The purpose of the dam was to divert the waters of the Cauvery across the fertile Delta region for irrigation via canals. . Kallanai . Constructed in the 19th century. Vayaloor Vayaloor is situated 8 kms away from Tiruchi and it is Famous for its Lord Murugan Temple. the place has a tranquil atmosphere giving you the much needed peace of mind. Lord Murugan (the son of Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati) is known as Lord Kartika in the rest of India.Grand Anaicut It is situated 24 kms away from Trichy. across the Kollidam. also known as the Grand Anaicut.

Paintings.m. Zoology.It's altitude is 500 meters to 1000 meters above msl.Aathi Nadu and Vannadu. Puliancholai on the foot hills of Kollimalai is a place of scenic beauty.Open on all days except Mondays and Government Holidays from 8 a. It's good hill range for trekking to enjoy nature and the animal life small streams and falls add color to these hills. The rare collections in the sections of Geology.Puliancholai Puliancholai is 72 km away from Trichy. are very interesting. . Government Museum Situated at Thirukokarnam. from Pudukkottai station.a lion-headed well and a stunning frieze depicting Rajendra being crowned by Siva and Parvati. and 2. Pachamalai Pachamalai is 80 kms away from Trichy. Puliancholai is a beautiful picnic spot. to11. The fine sculptures and bronzes of various periods are the attractive items of the Museum. there are some beautiful sculptures including a dancing Ganesha. Pachamalai is spreading green hill range.This mountain range has in itself different small regions like Thenpara nadu. Epigraphy.00 p. to 5.Historical Records. Apart from the huge Nandi.m. The Agaya Gangai falls on top of the Koli Hills. dolmens and the Pithukkuli caves. the museum is at a distance of 5 km. Gangaikondacholapuram (100 km) The Brahadeeswarar temple at Gangaikonda cholapuramwas conceived and constructed by the Chola King Rajendra -I after his victory over the kingdoms bordering the river Ganga.m.. the water here has medicinal value.m.kombainadu .30 a. Agaya Gangai Falls (Hill top) is five hours hard Trek.00 p. Anthropology. The falls are famous for age-old rock structures. etc.

.Sri Kokarneswarar Temple The rock-cut cave temple of Sri Kokarneswarar Brahadambal at Thirukokarnam is of Mahendravarma Pallava's period.

In this temple. Sri Ranganatha is lying here on his Adi Sesha (snake) couch. Ranga Vilasam and Seshagiri Royal Mandapam are situated on the south of the temple with marvellous sculptural splendour. Rock Fort of Trichy This fort is an important landmark of Trichy. There are two Pallava cave temples. . again as per other evidences. which lead to the deity. This is probably the oldest rock in the world as old as the rocks of Greenland. The Pallava king Mahendra Varman built this cave temple in the 6th century A.D. The Himalayas are quite young rocks compared to its age. It is an 83 metre (237 ft.) high rock that is the only projection in the otherwise flat land of the city. Nadirshah Mosque of Trichy This mosque is situated to the west of the city. Some of the visiting places of Trichy are given here. As per the legends. Some of them are the Thayumanavar temple. Srirangam temple The term `Rangam` means island and Srirangam is the island between Cauvery and Kollidam. there is a 100-pillared wall and a vimanam covered with gold. which is a projection of the rock itself. There is a beautiful carving of Gangadhara inside the temple. the Chola King Dharmavarman constructed this temple. Here. one on the way to the Pillaiar Koil and the other in the northwest end of the street around the hill. it is said that the temple existed buried under the sand. Lots of devotees belonging to all faiths visit here being attracted by the tomb of saint Babbayya Nadir Shah. One can see many fascinating temples with brilliant architecture in it. There are total 437 steps cut into a tunnel through the rock. This mosque contains the remains of Nawabs Mohammed Ali and the headless body of Chanda Sahib who were the principal cause for the Carnatic Wars. The vimanam shaped like Omkara is plated with gold. The main deity is preserved within the first Corridor.Trichy is one of the beautiful places of Tamil Nadu. the presiding deity is the Thayumanava Swami temple. But. a Siva shrine in the middle and a Ganesa temple at the top called `Uchipillaiar Koil`. Seven large enclosures and 21 majestic gopurams surround the main sanctum of Sri Ranganatha here. One can see the whole city from the Uchipillaiar Koil.

This temple has a peculiar practice as per which the priest wears a woman`s dress while performing the midday puja. Mukkombu It is a very beautiful spot. This is one of the Pancha Bootha Sthalam (five elements) and it is called Appu (water) Lingam. It is said that the grace of Mari Amman turned an illiterate fool into a poet here. The route is filled with green-carpeted fields. Thousands of devotees visit this temple every day. which is called Upper Anaicut. It is near the sanctum of Sri Sankara. There is a figure of a nomadic gypsy with her palm-leaves woven basket in the temple. Thiruvanaikkaval temple This is a Siva temple and is in the same island of Trichy on the other side of the railway line. suitable for picnic. the Paramapada Vasal (Paradise Gate) is opened and lakhs of pilgrims rush to enter it as it is believed that one who enters here will reach Vaikunta after death. The lingam here is surrounded by a perennial subterranean spring. The river Cauvery branches off into Kollidam (Coleroon) in this part of Trichy. At that time. A barrage also exists here. There are five enclosures in this temple of Trichy and the walls reach a height of 35 ft. Here. Vishnu and Brahma are combined in one is another peculiar feature of this temple. which can be seen everywhere in the temple.Vaikunda Ekadasi festival is very famous in this temple. Vayalur Vayalur is situated 8 kms from Trichy. Samayapuram Mari Amman Koil This is a very well known temple near Thiruvanaikkaval. the famous devotee of Lord Muruga built the gopuram of this temple. The deity is in water. A beautifully organised park can also be seen here. There are also numerous sculptures of rare beauty. the water element is represented. It is about 18 kms from Trichy. . There is a famous Murugan temple here amidst bushy green fields. Sri Kripananda Variar. The presence of Eka-Pada-Tirumurthi in which the trinity Siva.

who was the collector of Madurai. popularly known as Veeramamunivar. This lake was created in 1863 by Sir Vere Hendry Levinge. expressive faces. This place is famous for its Pallava cave temple and a strange swastika well belonging to the period of Dantivarman. It is famous for an ant (erumbu). These structures can be seen mainly on the roof of the Ardha Mandapam. it can be a convenient place to see east-central Tamilnadu. This 24 hectare lake is skirted by 5 Kms long. . He has done yeoman service to Tamil. Catholic missionary. one can see the famous church built by the well-known. Trichy has excellent infrastructural facilities. Thiruvellarai It is about 15 kms from Trichy. colleges and missions of 1760`s here. Constantine Joseph Beschi. Brahmapuriswara is the presiding deity of Pullamangai. black tapped road is focal point of kodai. This temple has beautiful sculptures.Thiru Erumbur It is situated 10 kms from Trichy. These are carved with minute details. Pullamangai This place is situated near Trichy and is famous for an early Chola temple built by Parantaka I. This is a Chola period temple. The beautiful sculpture of Gangalamurthi is a very attractive structure here. The attractive sculptures found here include that of Brahma. The Lake A magnificent star-shaped lake glitters like a jewel amidst the emerald green wooded slopes. The Chola sculptures of this temple have various contain those of the ganas or demons that worship Siva. there are several other churches. who worshipped Lord Siva and got bliss. one down the hill and the other two up the hill in this temple. Dancing Siva and eight-armed Durga. retired and settled in kodai. The first modern Tamil dictionary called `Chathur Agarathi` was compiled by him. pot-bellied in fantastic poses. There are 3 prakaras or enclosures. Hence. Elakurichi Here. Lingodhbhava. Besides.

A glass house which shelters fine varieties of flowers.Coaker's Walk A kilometre's walk from the lake. Coaker. Flower show is conducted every year in May as part of summer festival. hybrids and grafts. Coaker's Walk runs along a steep. It is noted for flowers. who prepared the map of Kodai. Bryant Park This park is situated on the eastern side of the lake. . It derives the name Lt. emerald green wooded slope. From Coaker's Walk one can have a breath-taking view of the plains below. Cut flowers are exported from here.

recommended to see with precautionary measures. Pillar Rocks It is about 7. As the valley is very deep. Three boulders stand shoulder to shoulder vertically measuring of about 122 meters providing a beautiful view.Green Valley View It is about 5. Kurinji Andavar Temple 3 kms from the lake.5 Kms from the lake and located very close to Golf club. it commands a beautiful view of entire vaigai dam. A famous shrine dedicated to Lord Muruga. This temple is associated with the Kuriniji flowers which carpet at hill sides blooms once in 12 years. dense and dangerous.4 Kms from the lake. From this temple one can see a view of Palani and Vaigai Dam. . Hence Lord Muruga is referred as God of Hill here. It has a mini garden. Andavar means God. Also Kurinji means hill region in Tamil literature.

Solar Physical Observatory 3. during visiting hours and Prior appointments. Visitors are allowed to closely observe the start. .2 Kms. planetary movements etc. Telescope House To enable the visitors to have a Panoramic view of the valley and nearby towns. one telescope house is at Coakers walk. From the Lake Elevation is 2343 meters. It was founded in 1989 at the top most point in Kodai. Enterance fee is coolected per head to see through telescope..

The widest falls ranging from 13th Kilometer on the Ghat road to Kodai.M and 3P.Shenbaganur Museum This museum is MNaintained by the Sacred Heart College Theological Seminary founded in 1895. A Spanish Father Ugarthe. Entrance fee Rs one per head. Working hours 10 A.M to 5P. The Dolmens and fantastic stone of two very large erect stone slabs topped by a larger flat slab.M to 11. One of the best orchidoriums in the country with more that 300 species of orchids is also housed here. . thease are called Dolmens and Kistavens which are the dwelling and burial places of people of stone age and iron age. contributed his major collections to the Museum. with their 975 feet drop. It is about 5.30 A. Thalaiyar Falls This is also called as a Rat tail falls. It is devoted to archaeological remains and the flora and fauna of the hills. It is one of the highest fall in India.M Dolmen Circle Kodaikanal is put on anthropology map mainly because of the presence of pre-historic remains dating back to 5000 BC.6 Kms from the lake.

. Chettiyar Park A neat little park off the beaten tract is in north east corner of the town.Berijam Lake This is another big artificial lake in the upper regions of palani hills. It is a fine picnic spot offering beautiful scenery. on the way to kurinji Andavar temple. The Sheer beauty of the lake made it yet another tourist spot in kodaikanal. It is 21 Kms from the Kodaikanal lake.It was first discovered and reclaimed in 1864 by Colonel Hamilton of the British Army. Periyakulam town gets drinking water from the lake.

Bear Shola Falls An ideal picnic spot 1. Direct frequent bus are available from Kodaikanal. Dhandayuthabani. On the way. famous pilgrim center of the South and one of the six abodes of Lord. Dolphins Nose To reach Dolphins nose at a distance of 8 kms from the bus stand. and at the junction take the lower road past clifton Hotel.Palani It is 64 kms from kodaikanal. The falls are at the best in rainy season. beautiful views of plains and steepy rocky eascarpeints called rolling hills can be seen. . A rough curve rounds the hillside which leads to a point where a flat rock projects over an awful chesm of 6600 feet deep. Cross the lake bund. The old village of vellagavi can be reached through the rugged bridle path. one has to follow the route specified here.There is an old road after crossing Pambar Bridge near levinge stream.The approach is rugged hill path. pass the Telephone exchange on your right.6-km from bus stand and within 2 Kms of the lake. where once bears came to drink water. This is Dolphins nose.

Christ the King Church . The overflow of Kodai lake comedown here as 180 feet high falls. Nearby is an even more famous church .a Gothic stone building with stained glass windows and modern paintings and batiks portraying scenes from the life of Christ. The names of the buildings in Kodaikanal are very evocative: 'Loch End' and 'Mansarovar' . Hillbrook. Furzbank. Whispering Pines.these two houses by the lakeside bridge the time span from colonial times to the present. Silver Cascade 8 Kms from the lake. If the water temperature suits. Wood-cote. . a very Gothic and solemn granite structure with stained glass windows.again. and Rock Cottage all conjure up the beauty and spirit of their natural ambience. tourist can take bath.Lutheran Church Almost cheek by jowl with the Kodaikanal School is the Lutheran Church .

precipitous path behind pambar house. .Pambar Falls "Grand Cascade" is the another name for this magnificent falls. It can be reached by a steep. The Pambar River is a Ziz zagging stream that crusaded over a serious of rock formations and precipes.

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