Marayur Children’s Park Banyan

Surrounded by sandalwood forests and soaring granite mountains, the town of Murayur is fortunate to have a park with a giant banyan for kids to play under.

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Bodhi Leaf Marayur Children’s Park Banyan

Surrounded by sandalwood forests and soaring granite mountains, the town of Murayur is fortunate to have a park with a giant banyan for kids to play under.


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  • Latitude: 10.276003 ° north of the Equator
  • Longitude: 77.159521 ° east of the Prime Meridian
  • Altitude: 1008.1 metres above sea level

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  • West Coast Walkabout
  • Path : From Goa southwards down the Karnataka coast, to the mountain jungles of Wayanad, then across Pallakad Gap, up into Coimbatore and Murayur
  • Date photographed: 25.12.09

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