Posted by: Satheesh Kumar Muthu | May 10, 2009

Happy Mother’s Day

Mother……..You are a special and wonderful creation by God.

Your Love is the Purest Love(like a 24 carat Gold)

The only non-selfish human being,I can say

Tons and Tons of Love you gave me……

Pain and Illness you have soothened with your sweetest words and greatest care……

From Baby Talk….To Telling stories….To  Heart to Heart Talks U have always been there as a Mom and as a Friend.

Today I just want to say how lucky I’m and How special you are……………..Love you Mom…….

Happy Mothers Day……




  1. There’s nothing more greater then mom….
    Mom is the first person smile when we happy, the first person forgive our fault, the first person who stay with us when we make mistakes while other people blame us.

  2. Oh thats nice.Thank u Fathima…..So howz the climate there in Jakarta? Here we have a burning summer now.

  3. Belated mothers day wishes to ur mom dude…

    U’ve also been tagged by me dude..
    Tagging is just askin a blogger friend to write something with a certain the numbers concept…
    Do this tag i’ve done…will be very interesting…

  4. Oh sure Arun.I’ll write it tomorrow.

  5. my wishes to ur mom!!:)

  6. Oh thanks a lot,Prathap,I’m very happy by ur visit to my blog.Blog rolled you………Keep watching my blog.But I may not be using blog next week as I’m planning for a tour.Sorry for inconvenience.Hope u’ll be one of my blogging friends.Happy blogging………

  7. Hi Satheesh 🙂

    Very beautifully written. Congratulations.

    Here are some details of Munnar:-

    Most tourists come to Munnar to see the surrounding tea plantations.

    The town is divided into two parts, Old Munnar, where the tourist information office is, and Munnar, where the bus station and most guest houses are located.

    It is 1600 m (5400 ft) above sea level. It is pronounced “Moon-aar” meaning “Three rivers” in Tamil and Malayalam. There are in fact three rivers – Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru which flow through this town, but join some distance away from Munnar.

    The neelakurinji, a blue flower which blooms only every twelve years, is found in this region. It bloomed last in December 2006. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, at 2695 m.

    Altitude : 1600 Mts to 1800 Mts above sea level. Temperature : Min. 0 deg.C – Max. 25 deg.C.

    Munnar is about 150 km from Coimbatore. Coimbatore-Munnar route is a very scenic route and though a bit longer is generally considered worth the extra time spent.

    Eravikulam (Rajamalai) National Park: 45 mins from Munnar. .

    Anamudi Peak inside Eravikulam National Park: The highest peak (2695 m) south of the Himalayas, towers over the sanctuary in majestic pride. The slopes of the hills abound in all kinds of rare flora and fauna.

    Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

    Mattupetti Dam – 10km from Munnar.

    Mattupetti Indo-Swiss Farm – Better known as

    Mattupetti (cattle village), Tamil migrant labourers had once upon a time reared cattle here. The cool climate and abundance of fodder made it the ideal location for the Indo-Swiss dairy farm. Established in 1961, the Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) manages this highly specialised dairy farm. The dairy farm is a unique one of its kind with more than 100 varieties of high-yielding cattle being reared.

    Echo Point – 15km from Munnar, on the way to top station from Munnar is a small lake set amidst rolling hills.

    Top Station, 37km from Munnar on the Kerala and Tamil Nadu border, has great views of the Western Ghats. Top station is the “top”-tourist attraction. The area is known for the Neelakurunji plant, which flowers only once every twelve years. The flower is violet.

    Kundala Lake – This lake is very beautiful amidst lush jungles. Hiring a pedal boat and exploring the lake and its surroundings is an awesome experience.

    Atukkad Waterfalls – A scenic waterfalls amidst hills and jungles. You can find a road leading to

    Atukkad Waterfalls on Kochi road (just about 5 km from Munnar). This road is very narrow and needs a lot of experience to drive on.

    Salim Ali (Thattekkad) Bird Sanctuary. There are woodpeckers, Malabar gray hornbills, Ceylon frogmouths, parakeets, and rose-billed rollers.

    Marayoor – Around 40km from Munnar. It is the only place in Kerala with natural growth of sandalwood trees, natural caves with murals, and relics from Later Stone Age civilisation.

    Kolukkumalai Tea Estate – At a height of about 7130 ft, this orthodox tea factory lays claim to being one of the highest in the world. The view of the Western Ghats is absolutely enchanting.

    Blossom Garden – Houses many different varities of flowers. Tourist will definitely take away good memories from this place.

  8. Oh sir,I’m extremely thankful to u. I am awestruck with the information you gave me about Munnar.I didn’t expect this much of information from u. Overwhelmed with happiness and I’ve got the feeling that I’ve seen all those places with my own eyes…such a beautiful descripton it was.I wud n’t have got such a feeling of happiness even by visiting the place. Thanks a lot sir. I’ll definitely see all the places u have suggested,sir.

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