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Dr Rachel A Varghese
A handful of megalithic sites in Kerala are protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Thrissur Circle, under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958. They are accessible to the public free of cost. This article introduces the reader to the megalithic site…
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Dr. Rachel A Varghese
Burials/memorials, called megaliths in archaeological terminology, are one of the most common archaeological remains found in Kerala. While the practice of raising monuments of large (mega) stones (liths) was prevalent in many parts of Peninsular India, the monuments of the region show high…
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Sourav Roy: We are here to speak with Jayanta Das, who is an artisan of moulds and dice for sweets (mishti). I want to ask you about the current situation of the industry of wooden moulds for sweets. Jayanta Kumar Das: The way I see it, given the current perspective, the future is very bleak.…
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M.D.Muthukumaraswamy
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M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
  The works of K. Shyamkumar (born 1955) form a rare blend of shamanistic mysticism, fantasy and science fiction. Shyam crafts his works in different channels such as stone, terracotta, bronze and mixed media for his sculptures, and produces intricate pen-and ink-drawings and acrylic on canvas …
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