Madman’s Rock: Bhranthan Kallu or Bhranthachala in Tiruvegapura

The ancient rock temple east of Tiruvegapura is in Palakad district of Kerala on the southern bank of river Thutha.  It is a huge granite boulder around 40m high and three acres in expansion.  There is a flight of steps that lead you to the top exactly like the ones in Karkala or Sravanbelgola but […]

Ethical Foundations of South Indian Aesthetics: Chitharal and Tirunandikarai

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