Family Group Photo Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh Photo My Home Town Visit Kadambur Ottapalam June 2009 Photo Photo at Malanjkhand in Balaghat Malanjkhand to Gondia Railway Station Photo - Ludhiana Family Group photo at Khetrinagar Jhunjhunu Pilani Jhunjhunu Photo Rajasthani Village Photo - Jhunjhunu Wedding Photo - Ludhiana ( Malayali) Rahul Marriage Kadungam Thody Ottapalam N G Nair and Sarla Nair 1982 photo Sarla Nair India (Copper Mining Family) Wedding Invitation on May 30, 2009 . N G Nair and Sarla Nair India
My Home Town Visit Kadambur Ottapalam June 2009 Photo Home Mining Consultant Unity in Diversity ,
Life goes by too quickly. We are constantly on the move with little thought of what tomorrow might bring. While there may be material things of value that we can leave to our family – all of those “things” will eventually have very little meaning. But our thoughts, our hopes, our dreams, and our memories – those are the true treasures of life!
Memorable Days at Ludhiana - 30.05.2009 - childhood memories my son, Picasa Web Albums: N G Nair Mining Engineer India.
Ludhiana is centrally located on the National Highway 1 from Delhi to Amritsar, and is connected to the Indian capital city of New Delhi by road and frequent train service. Historical Background Ludhiana city was founded in the time of Lodhi dynasty which ruled in Delhi from 1451-1526 A.D. The legend goes that two Lodhi Chief Yusaf Khan and Nihand Khan were deputed by Sikandar Lodhi (1489-1517 A.D.) to restore order in this region. They camped at the site of present city of Ludhiana which was then a village called Mir Hota. Yusaf Khan went across the river Sutlej in Jalandhar Doab to check Khokhars who were plundering the Doab and made a settlement at Sultanpur while Nihand Khan stayed back and founded the present city at the site of village Mir Hota. The new town was originally known as Lodhi-ana, which means the town of Lodi's. The name later changed to the present name Ludhiana.Picasa Web Albums: N G Nair Mining Engineer India. ,
'Unity in Diversity' has been the distinctive feature of our culture