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Moments of solitude

K.K. Mustafah

A TOURIST, giving a day off to his worries and mundane concerns, dances in the charming mist of Valparai on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. Promoting the State to be a destination that has to be experienced and not just visited has had its impact with the increase in arrival of tourists.

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