Breudher:Tracing Back The Story Of A Dutch Bread
A Jewish Autumn in Kochi: Simchat Torah and other celebrations!
Celebrating the Jewish Fall Festivals - Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkoth and Simchat Torah - with Cochin Jews, a small community trying hard to keep alive the most sacred and revelous days of Jewish life in Kochi.
The Pappadam-Makers of Cherlai
A visit to the humble abode of the Mallya family in Mattancherry, a space that has been nurturing the culinary art of pappadam making for more than three generations.
Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016
A series of stories on the third edition of Kochi Muziris Biennale. Through visually-rich articles, videos, interviews and virtual tours, we will be celebrating the largest contemporary art event of South Asia in all its grandeur. The stories look at the biennale from various perspectives and explore the prominence and uniqueness of Kochi as India’s only biennale city.
Currently, we are in the process of creating more stories to present you with new and interesting content. As you can see from the published stories, our articles explore the subjects in length and use a variety of content formats to narrate each story. Also, in most cases, right from developing the story ideas, the content is produced entirely by our small team. Hence, creating each story is a time-intensive process.
We are trying hard to launch the initial set of stories without further delay and at our studio, the stories are slowly coming to life. Please follow us on social media to get updates on our new stories.
Route Cochin is an online magazine published from Kochi, a port city and an emerging metropolis at the southern end of India. Route Cochin talks about contemporary life from a historical and cultural perspective.
As we are taking the most crucial steps in our evolution as an experimental publishing platform, we would love to collaborate with people from varied backgrounds and explore new possibilities. If you are interested in Route Cochin, please send a mail and say hi to us.