Sunday, September 19, 2004

The Devil's Kitchen

The Devil's Kitchen

This pic was shot in Kodaikanal on my last trip there. This was at some tourist spot called Devil's Kitchen. The Devil's Kitchen is actually the name for some cave formation in the valley of this hill, and was off limits due the dangerous descent. This pic was shot around the top of the hill. It was a beautiful day and was all misty around.

Tell me how you like it.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi...even though i do not know u..i jus happened to see ur blog n i find that the picture u have taken is quite nice..it kind of reminds me like it was a scene of a movie..haha..but i jus could not remember wat movie was that. Anyway it was realli a nice picture being taken.:D

Ramesh said...

hai this is Ramesh for the past 10 years i am going to kodaikanal through cbz-bike and i have lot of times visited devil's kitchen which is said to be as guna's spot ,on inside that devils's kitchen i downed several times and i clicked photos there , that was an an ultimate photos with my friends , so don't make me fool that this picture is devil's kitchen photo if u want means please mail to me bye friends-M.Ramesh

Ramesh said...

hai this is Ramesh for the past 10 years i am going to kodaikanal through cbz-bike and i have lot of times visited devil's kitchen which is said to be as guna's spot ,on inside that devils's kitchen i downed several times and i clicked photos there , that was an an ultimate photos with my friends , so don't make me fool that this picture is devil's kitchen photo if u want means please mail to Ramesh_bhav@rediffmail.com to me bye friends-M.Ramesh

Anonymous said...

She Devil
okay now...tats ma Kitchen ..well jokes apart its a beautiful picture. n sure makes ya desire to visit it .Keep up de good work n puhlese find me ma home too..!

Anonymous said...

hi, it was a great spot in kodaikanal in addition to the suicide point!! you get a special feeling when you know that 12 people already died in the cave. it was shown on the sign board when i visited it in jan 2006, and also one tamil businessman who died first. this was when more people prefered visiting kodai over places such as kanyakumari, after the tsunami. now there are two-level fencing in that place to avoid the expensive and difficult task of getting the body of the diceased from the depths. now one cannot go near the cave, but only 10 to 15 meters away from it.

rishab said...

HELLO, THIS IS NOT THE REAL DEVILS KITCHEN AND YOU ARE THE WORST PHOTOGRAPHER I HAVE EVER SEEN THE DEVILS KITCHEN IS A HISTORICAL PLACE AND YOU RUINED IT. :(

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