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These may be use full in flood #prayforkerala🙏 #flood #prayforkerala🙏🙏🙏
I know it’s a very small contribution towards the flood relief in #kerala but something better than nothing!! I only reason to put up this post here is that even you people contribute towards it.My purpose will be served even if one person sees the post and makes a valuable contribution for the people suffering in “Gods own country”. My trip to Kerala is what makes me more close it and let’s just all of pray for the people to recover asap!! #kerala #flood #godsowncountry #cmreflieffund
നീന്തൽ അറിയാത്തവർക് വേണ്ടി please share 🤕🤕pray for kerala  #malayalam #kerala #flood #keralian #malayali #malayalammemes #ernakulam #palakkad #thrissur #trivandrum #kozhikode #malapuram #vayanad #idukki #kasarkode #kannur #kottayam
PRAY FOR KERALA  #udupishootout #kerala #flood #kerala #keralaflood #prayforkerala
SOS 🆘 HELP ⚠️ #kerala #savekerala#india #keralarescue #asia #rain#naturalcalamity #flood #prayforkerala#kasaragod #kannur #wayanad#kozhikode #malappuram #palakkad#thrissur #ernakulam #idukki #kottayam#alappuzha #pathanamthitta #kollam#thiruvananthapuram
Pray for kerala #rainyseason #weather #flood #heavyrain #prayforus
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ചീരകുഴി ഡാം....🖤 . #cheerakuzhidam  #water #flood #rain #rainydays #overflow
It was a soggy commute Thursday morning in downtown Louisville as heavy overnight rains caused some flooding in the area. The National Weather Service says rains will continue the next few days, leading to a wet, wet weekend. ☔️ Sorry, @kystatefair attendees! To learn more about the weather, head to the link in our bio. 📷: @patmcdonogh #weather #louisville #downtown #rain #flood #kystatefair2018 #broadway #downtownlouisville #traffic
Share... Support... Help  Aareyum kandillennu nadichu.. Swaartha thaalparyangal nokkaruthu... Ellarkum onnaayi pravarthikkam... #savekerala #keralatalents #keralafloods #flood #savepeople #help #share
This week two years ago, parts of baton rouge and surrounding areas found themselves underwater after torrential rains caused the banks of several rivers to overflow. Today we’re showing you some of the devastation we witnessed.

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