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10 Hours Ago

Morning without you is a dwindled dawn . At @ecorganicstays . . #tripjodi #morningmotivation #morning #incredibleindia #tamilnadutourism #ecorganicstays #farm

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1 Day 23 Hours Ago

Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness We had a great time at @ecorganicstays #tripjodi #coupletravel #indiantraveller #farm #india #incredibleindia #keralatourism #agriculture #agritourism #qoutesoftheday

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3 Days 3 Hours Ago

Farm tourism is so much fun! 🌾🎋🌴 We personally love visiting a farm to see farming first hand and We just love farm-to-table restaurants. . Joh is cutting fodder for the cattle in Deco Villa, an @ecorganic_stays boutique farmstay. . Watch our new video, link in the bio. . What types of agriculture-tourism adventure have you been on?! . #india #agriculture #farm #ecorganicstays #indiancouple #adventure #coupletravel #tripjodi #farming #agritourism #travel #keralatourism #coimbatore #ishayoga #fodder #indiantravelcouple

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4 Days 23 Hours Ago

We had been do Deco Villa, a boutique Ecorganic Stays, a farm stay and got lot of insights about farming. A worth trying experience near @isha.foundation , Isha Yoga Center. Trip Jodi is extremely excited to announce our partnership with @ecorganic_stays Ecorganic_stay and they offer 10% discount to Tripjodi fans which add more flavours to our happiness... . Subscribe to Tripjodi YouTube channel and stay tuned. . #keralatourism #tripjodi #ecorganicstays #coimbatore #ishayoga #coupletravel

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5 Days 24 Hours Ago

No man should have cowboys boots in his wardrobe. That's fair enough, isn't it? . . Unless you're a cowboy, of course. . We been do Deco Villa, an @ecorganic_stays and get a lot of insights about farming. A worth trying experience near @isha.foundation . #tripjodi #keralatourism #cowboy #coupletravel

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.. . @tripjodi is at Deco Villa, an boutique @ecorganic_stays Coimbatore. . #tripjodi #coupletravel #india #naturephotography #keralatourism #kerala🌴 #malayali #keralasnaps @kerala_snapss

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7 Days 19 Hours Ago

Time is so important, we don’t get a lot of it so spend your time wisely with the people you love doing the things you love 🌴⛰💧🌏✈️. . . #tripjodi #coupletravel

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8 Days 22 Hours Ago

Kerala was badly affected by floods last month which is apparently declared as worst of the century. We must say people over there are real heroes, not only the fought flood horrors in a brave way, they are still fighting the after effects. As they say the show must go on and it will go on. . . Watch our survival story, link in the bio . . On a separate note : Anyone else obsessed with coconuts? 🥥 🌴 .... If not, you should be because coconuts are AMAZING! Literally every part of the tree can be usefully repurposed. We visited a coconut farm before the floods. #tripjodi #keralafloods #coconut #keralatourism

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9 Days 17 Hours Ago

Happiness is for survival Survival is for happiness.. . . Rain always brings back the memory and that makes a memory. It took us to childhood. On that night, it was rainy misery upon Kerala. . . When time comes we need to act, We were away with our action. . @TripJodi were not able to do videos and blogs last few days, as we are completely in to relief and rehabilitation, still not completed. . . With our new life, we are back, we are new. . . Thanks for the support and love that you gave us during the hard times. . Watch Video - Link in the Bio . #tripjodi #keralafloods #keralarains

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13 Days 24 Hours Ago

After a break we are back, Vibes with a great relief.. It reveals that we are regaining our strenght to heal all our sorrows..... We learned a lot and we found the ignited mind of മലയാളീസ്....... ഇത് കേരളാമാണ് ഞങ്ങൾ ഇങ്ങനെ ആണ്... ഇവിടെ ഇങ്ങ്നെയ ആണ്... ഞങ്ങൾ അതിജീവിക്കും We are back again active on Instagram. Thanks for the love and care. Kurinji or Neelakurinji is a shrub that is found in the shola forests of the Western Ghats in South India, that Blooms once in every 12yrs. Was lucky to be alive and what this phenomenon. Despite the odds of floods and tormenting weather conditions over here I was finally here to see this. Bliss !! . . Location - wildhomes, vattakanal, an @ecorganic_stays , #kodaikanal . . Date Traveled - 2 September 2018 #welltravelled #openmyworld #tasteintravel #exploremore #bestvacations #travelstoke #wonderful_places #ilovetravel #travelgram #travelawesome #travelnow #stayandwander #mallu #keralatourism #planetdiscovery #roamtheplanet #globetrotter #seetheworld #keralafloods #doyoutravel #beautifuldestinations #munnar #neelakurinji #kerala #incredibleindia #tripjodi #plixxoinfluencer #ecorganicstays

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2018-08-20 12:11:37

#rebuildkeralachallenge Let's rebuild a beautiful Kerala together. Today is the right time to stand with Kerala, they really need our support and attention We @Tripjodi donated to the Kerala Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund via https://donation.cmdrf.kerala.gov.in/ I did it and request you , @navigatingnirvana @thenextcheckin and @marriedfriends to make your contribution. Update your name and forward the request to three of your friends.Let's join together - Rebuild Kerala Challenge #standwithkerala #keralafloodrelief #supportkerala

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2018-08-08 03:17:07

Stories from Cuttack Naraj is a picturesque spot on the outskirts of the district headquarters town of Cuttack. Here, visitors can enjoy the scenic view of the river Mahanadi at the origin of its branch Kathajodi. The site, which gives a panoramic view of the vast expanse of the river Mahanadi, is also frequented by devotees for offering prayers at the temple of Lord Sidheswar that stands nearby. The small ornate temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is frequented by devotees during the annual Shivaratri festival. Apart from the scenic beauty that the place offers, Naraj was also once a famous seat of Buddhist culture and learning. Excavations by archaeologists in the past had revealed presence of various small and big Buddhist images from the spot. Every year during the winter, thousands of locals visit Naraj for picnicking. The place is located 14 km towards west from Cuttack town and 28 km from the State Capital of Bhubaneswar. It can be approached through taxis and the nearest railway station is at Cuttack. Visitors can also take buses to the site from the Badambadi bus stand at Cuttack. #incredibleindia #tripjodi

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2018-08-03 23:17:29

Peace begins with a smile.. #tripjodi #couplegoals #smile

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2018-08-02 23:54:08

Lighten up, just enjoy life, smile more, laugh more, and don't get so worked up about things. Do you have any comments on his smile ? 🤔. . #smile #tripjodi #couplegoals

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2018-07-29 21:26:32

Karthikaya temples are located on hills in a serene, secluded environment surrounded by lush greenery -a quiet place that will tempt you to go into a trance, oblivious to the pains of modern living and stressed life. One such place is Maruthamalai Murugan temple. #tripjodi #travelcouple #coimbatore #coimbatorediaries

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2018-07-28 10:42:21

The hoary past of the Maruthamalai temple can be traced in such ancient works as Sage Kachyapar's PERUR PURANAM. The origin of the temple is rooted in legendary antiquity and dates back to the age of Surapadama, the demon destroyed by Lord Subramanya referred to in SKANDAPURNAM. The inscriptions found in Thirumuruganathaswami Temple, Thirumurganpoondi places the origin of the temple in the 12th century A.D.According to Perur puranam, Soorapadama, the scourge of the gods aided by his mighty brothers, Singamukha and Tharaka arrayed against them and struck terror in their already agitated minds by his sudden and surprising charges and depredations. Unable to bear the agony and anguish, the gods approached Lord Siva and sought His succour. Lord Siva comforted the Gods that Lord Muruga would come to their rescue, root out and destroy Surapadama and his retinue enmasse. The gods should hasten to the Marudhamalai Hills and await the advent of Lord Muruga, their Saviour! Perur puranam also alludes to a king called Kusathvajan, who, it is said, was blessed with a male issue, only after worshipping Marudhamalai Muruga.The Divine Cow Kamadhenu is reported to have grazed in the pastures of the hills of Marudhamalai.Perurpuranam lists the three neighbouring hills, vellingiri, Nili and Marudhamalai as the very manifestations of Lord Siva, Parvathi and Subramanya respectively and the three hills taken together as the very symbol of Somaskanda. #tripjodi #coimbatore #temple #indiantravelcouple