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January 25, 2008

We are looking for traditional thatched hut manufacturer (it can be group of persons also) from Kerala. The requirement is for a proposed ecolodge. Please let me know if somebody is interested.

Rahul Sharma


Let us see

July 2, 2006

Read your article May 29, 2002 ( From wheel chair to Four wheeler ) about Mr.Mustafa .

I am a physically challenged person living in Chennai and would like to modify my car so that I would be able to drive it myself.

Hence, I request you to provide me the phone number and address of Mr. Mustafa of Malappuram.


Please contact him at  0483-2737572 or 9447137572

March 4, 2006

Thanks for expressing courtesy to me in the article related to Ms Rekha (July 7, 2002), published in your site.

Binu Raj

Please keep writing inspiring stories.  Talent-Kerala hopes to feature more such stories.

February 23, 2006

Read the article http://www.talent-kerala.net/previous/2003/may/27.htm related to pankaj kasturi.

I am promoting herbal and ayurvedic products in overseas market.
If possible kindly provide me contact details of Pankaj Kasturi.

H.T. Shah
Prama Exports
B-117, Avon Arcade,
D.J. Road,
Vile Parle ( West )
Mumbai - 400056
Maharashtra. India (prama.exports@gmail.com)

Please contact 0472 2895301

February 8, 2006

My friend, a distinguished food scientist who spent most of her life working on fish, has a piece of pottery that was given as a wedding present to her parents in 1908, with this quotation on it - in full: "Be sure the sea hath fish enough", and a name which may have been the name of the potter.  

She has been invited to give a lecture at a scientific meeting, which will be about the fact that fish stocks are not unlimited, and thought that the phrase could be used as an example
of how people used to think of the sea as an unlimited resource.

I suggested using search engines to find the reference, and whereas for most things there are thousands of citations, only three were unearthed, of which your web-page was one.

Robin Johnson

All credit to P.V.Raveendran, the 'rustic Englishman of Kerala'

February 3, 2006

Can you please tell me the source for the African saying at the bottom of your web page for April 6, 2002 labeled: "The sea hath fish enough"

I ask because a friend here in Tasmania, a scientist, is giving a talk on the subject, and would like to use the quotation.

Robin Johnson

The quotation is from P.V.Raveendran's book 'English Samsarikkan Oru Formula'.