Malampuzha Garden Images


Yakshi is a Malayalam novel written by Malayattoor Ramakrishnan in 1967. The novel follows a college lecturer, Srinivasan, who is disfigured in an accident in his college lab. He meets a beautiful woman who is willing to accept him despite his disfigurement.

What is special in Malampuzha Dam?

Malampuzha Garden and Dam

Malampuzha gardens, located in the lower hills of the Western Ghats, are the only rock-cut gardens in South India. The entire garden is made from broken pieces of bangles, tiles, used plastic cans, tins and other waste materials.

Which is the first garden in Kerala?

Malampuzha Rock Garden
first rock garden in kerala – Malampuzha Rock Garden.

Who made Yakshi in Malampuzha?

It is an amazing piece of work by Mr. Kanayi Kunhiraman sculpture.

Who built Malampuzha rock garden?

sculptor Nek Chand Saini
Conceived and designed by noted sculptor Nek Chand Saini, this garden gives a second lease of life to discarded scrap materials such as cans, plastic bottles, broken tiles, bangle pieces, stones, tins and so forth.

What is the nickname of Palakkad?

The district is nicknamed The granary of Kerala. Palakkad is the gateway to Kerala due to the presence of the Palakkad Gap, in the Western Ghats.

Why is Palakkad famous for?

Palakkad is famous for the ancient Palakkad Fort, which is situated at the heart of the city and was captured and rebuilt by Hyder Ali in 1766. The city is situated about 347 kilometres (216 mi) northeast of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

Which is Asia’s biggest garden?

Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden
The largest botanical garden of Asia is Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden located at Shibpur, Howrah India.

Which is Asia’s largest garden?

Largest garden in Asia – Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden
Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar District.
Srinagar – Places to Visit.
Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden.

Where is biggest garden in India?

largest garden in India – Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Bangalore District.
Bengaluru – Places to Visit.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden.


The yakshas of many Buddhist stories are ugly ogres, reborn in that form because of sins committed during their past lives as humans. One such malevolent yaksha, Silesaloma, appears in the Jataka tales of the Pali Buddhist canon.


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