The students and teachers of the Department of Literature Studies conducted a study tour to Agra and Delhi. It was the twenty three students of the Department of Literary Studies and Creative Literature and three teachers who formed the study tour group. The tour was during the period from March 8th to 16th. Reaching Agra on 10th, the group visited the historic Buland Darwasa, Agra fort and Taj Mahal. The group that started for Delhi on the evening of 11th visited the places of importance in literature and in the history culture and politics.
The Indira Gandhi memorial place that reminds of the famous N.S.Madhavan story Vanmarangal Veezhumbol (When the Big Trees Fall) and the Unnikrishnan Tiruvazhiyodu story Driksakshi (Eye witness) and the Delhi streets that is reminiscent of the V.K.N.writings especially the Payyan Stories attracted the group. The historic places reminiscent of hundreds of contexts in literature gave interest to students. On the 13th the group was able to see directly the Holy, one of the marvels of Indian culture and to participate in it. The poem that Roshini Swapna wrote in the back ground of the experiences in the travel attracted everybody in the return journey. The group alighted from train at Tirur on 16th. The teachers in the group were Dr.Roshni Swapna, Dr. Anwar and Dr. Muhammed Rafi.