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Tamilnadu A Journey in Time Part - 1 People, Places and Potpourri

Author Name: George Abraham Pottamkulam | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

“This is the Land of One of the oldest living culture of the world, the Dravidians! They defined culture through their living! A culture which attracted innumerable people to this magical land, who live here, enmeshed through great teachings and scripted Epics that evolved a way of life.”

The History of the World has seen Men and Women born to change the course of our lives through their personalities. We call them role models. Time will honor them as Greats and Legends.

Do men and women of indomitable spirit rise to drive the change and create something new? I believe they rise not just because they want to, but because they feel they have to rise. They belong to a country, caste, creed and community only by birth, but their messages remain universal! Whatever we think of colonialism now, such men and women transformed the world.

Tamil Nadu – A Journey in Time has come out of my realization and a truism that we live in a time when human identities – civilizations, cultures, tribes and individuals – are being erased everywhere across the globe; identities built up often over hundreds of years are lost in a generation. 

This is a tribute to the words, “Learn from the Past, prepare for the Future, and Perform in the Moment.” - Mike Van Hoozer

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George Abraham Pottamkulam

George was born to a large estate-owning family in the 1960s when plantation was the main trade. He says in 40 years that he grew up in comfort, the world in the estates life changed, giving way to well-educated and diversified entrepreneurs from plantations in South India. 

He started Tourism in Plantation Bungalows, fascinated by architecture and the stories of the pioneers, with his first book souvenirs from the past, compiled a coffee table Book, The Path to the hills - history of plantation upon Western Ghats. Simultaneously, in 2005, he could network plantation tourism to the global tourism services.

All along the journey, George had his passion for exploring the lives of colonials and Indians who were enterprising and compassionate, had religious tolerance. The Mission work of Early Missionaries caught his attention, as his native place was one of the early Mission stations in Kerala. This book is a tribute to them and more

The author lives in Mundakayam near Periyar, Travancore, Kerala with his wife Anju, daughter, Rose and son, Abraham 

He is a compiler favored by many Indian tour companies as a story teller and friend for ex planter’s descendants to trace roots in India.