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Wordless Wednesday: Together We Stand


15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Together We Stand”

    1. Thank you so much, Sarmistha 🙂

      Hope you have heard about the massive flooding in Kerala this August, and in most of places farmers were the most affected people.

      The kind of unity shown by the people of Kerala was unprecedented during the time of disaster above casts, religion and politics.

      Now the rebuilding phase is in progress and the event portrayed in this image is called ‘Kambalanatty’ where the whole village took part in farming.

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      1. Yes Sreejith, who does not know of the devastating flood this year. I came to know through news and other media and friends staying there that how the people stood for each other. This is definitely a great show of unity above any discrimination.

        I have been to Kerela last month and have seen the rapid rebuilding process.

        This is the sowing of the saplings I guess. I did not know the term ‘Kambalanatty’. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!

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    1. It will be a bit hard for you to spot the interesting mix of people who are working together, people from the tribal community, the landlord, a few urban youth etc;

      All these urban people are totally disconnected from farming and most of the kids doesn’t know, from where their food is coming ?

      In this context, it was really heartening to see that, a collective farming programme where the urban consumers and the farmers in villages join hands and work shoulder in shoulder in a paddy field.

      Thank you so much for your visit and kinds words 🙂


      1. A similar program here turns vacant city lots and rundown parks into community gardens. Studies have shown that blight and drug dealers disappear from these areas as people take pride in and protect their green space. Win/win.

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    1. The need of the hour, I would say 🙂

      Especially when we all have have to work in rebuilding the state after the devastating floods in Kerala.

      Thank you so much for your visit and comment, Akhila 🙂


    1. Thank you so much, Aneesh for your visit and comment 🙂

      Things are all going good, as far as paddy farming is concerned, and we are planning some programmes during harvest time, late Jan 2019.

      Hope Kuttanad is also back to normalcy.


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