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Veels Kerala quotes by Arundhati Roy
#1. It could be argued that it began long before Christianity arrived in a boat and seeped into Kerala like tea from a teabag. #Quote by Arundhati Roy
Veels Kerala quotes by Sanjai Velayudhan
#2. Humans by nature are promiscuous.
Loyalty is an aberration! #Quote by Sanjai Velayudhan
Veels Kerala quotes by Hanya Yanagihara
#3. Where most of the country is, well, hot - from the bone-baking dry heat of the desert to the flesh-melting humidity of Kerala in the south - Kashmir is cool: so cool, in fact, that in the winter, the temperatures can sink to sub-zero. #Quote by Hanya Yanagihara
Veels Kerala quotes by Sonia Gandhi
#4. The biggest challenge at the national level is to defeat communal forces for which the support of the Left parties was essential but the party is opposed to the Left in Kerala because UDF's aim is to ensure economic development and social harmony. #Quote by Sonia Gandhi
Veels Kerala quotes by Rishad Saam Mehta
#5. It is a cherished dream of most Bullet owners to do the classic Manali to Leh ride. A sort of pilgrimage or initiation into the cult that is 'Bulleting'. So there are plenty of Bullets in Manali during these months, some with number plates from as far away as Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa and Kerala. The local mechanics are experts in servicing Bullets and preparing them for the arduous road ahead, and I got my bike serviced here. The rear brakes had taken a fair share of wear and tear, and the setting of the clutch had to be readjusted. #Quote by Rishad Saam Mehta
Veels Kerala quotes by Shashi Tharoor
#6. I am proud to represent the capital of Kerala, a state that in so many ways is a trailblazer for India's progress, though in other respects it seems to have been left behind in the race for 21st century development. #Quote by Shashi Tharoor
Veels Kerala quotes by Manjit Sachdeva
#7. The country was passing through turbulent times. British Raj was on its last legs. The World War had sucked the juice out of the British economy. Britain neither had the resources nor the will to hold on to a country the size of India. Sensing the British weakness and lack of resources to rule, different leagues of Indians sniffed different destinies in the air following the imminent exit of the British: a long stretch of Nehru Raj, Hindu Raj extending from Kashmir to Kerala not seen since Emperor Ashoka in third-century BCE before the emperor himself renounced Hinduism and turned a non-violent Buddhist, a Muslim-majority state carved out of two shoulders of India with a necklace-like corridor running through her bosom along Grand Trunk Road, balkanisation of the country with princes ruling the roost, and total chaos.
From August 1946 onwards, chaos appeared to be the most likely destiny as it spurted in Bengal, Bihar, and United Provinces, ending in the carnage of minority communities at every place.
The predicament of British government was how to cut their losses and run without many British casualties before the inevitable chaos spread to the whole country.
The predicament of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the leader of the Muslim League, was how to achieve his dream of Muslim-majority Pakistan carved out of India before his imminent demise from tuberculosis he suffered from, about which - apart from his doctor - only a handful of his closest relations and friends #Quote by Manjit Sachdeva
Veels Kerala quotes by Rachna Singh
#8. Recently I found out that eating the flower at the tip of the coconut on the coconut tree guarantees the birth of a son. That makes me wonder why Kerala has the best girl-to-boy ratio. Well, if this secret leaks out to Haryana, the most boy-obsessed state in India, I foresee a spurt in coconut plantations there. Each tree will serve a dual purpose: one, aid in producing a boy, and two, when the boy grows up, offer itself in marriage to the very same boy, since there would no girls left to marry by then #Quote by Rachna Singh
Veels Kerala quotes by Meena Kandasamy
#9. Instead, their only daughter was only going to Kerala, just a dodgy neighbouring state, doing one of those five-year integrated MA degrees that held no charm, required no intellectual prowess, and did not even further one's job prospects. 'Everyone from Kerala comes here to study, but our unique daughter decides to go there. What can I do?' My father's intermittent grumbling was amplified by my mother who spoke non-stop about sex-rackets, ganja, alcoholism and foreign tourists, making Kerala – a demure land of lagoons and forty rivers – appear more and more like Goa. #Quote by Meena Kandasamy
Veels Kerala quotes by Girija Vyas
#10. There have been reports of many child marriages taking place in the Malabar region in Kerala, especially among the Muslim community. However, under Muslim Personal Law, a girl can be married once she attains puberty, and hence we cannot say that such marriages are not valid. #Quote by Girija Vyas
Veels Kerala quotes by Jasmine Guinness
#11. I always dreamt that I would marry in the Piazza Del Campo in Siena and go on my honeymoon down the Amazon, up the Nile, on a gallop through the pyramids, to Nepal and Kerala, on a safari and finally to Lake Titicaca in Peru. #Quote by Jasmine Guinness
Veels Kerala quotes by Peter Singer
#12. Reflecting this difference is the Indian state of Kerala. Although it is one of the poorer parts of the country, it has higher literacy and greater gender equality than much of the rest of India. Without resorting to a coercive approach such as a "one-child policy" Kerala has achieved a rate of population growth lower than China's and also lower than that in some developed countries, including #Quote by Peter Singer
Veels Kerala quotes by Sanjai Velayudhan
#13. If you don't make history, you just become history! #Quote by Sanjai Velayudhan
Veels Kerala quotes by Love N Books
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Veels Kerala quotes by Sanjai Velayudhan
#15. The most valuable real estate for a man is the woman's mind.
Many bloody battles have been fought for her mind space! #Quote by Sanjai Velayudhan

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