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Why Famous
  • Famous religious monuments in kerala are chottanikkara temple, guruvayoor temple, sabarimala temple, vadakkumnathan temple, the churches at muttuchira, jewish  synagogue.
  • Famous forts & palaces in kerala are: bolghatty palace, bekal fort, arakkal palace & kannur fort, hill palace museum, mattanchery palace.


Facts Destination
  • Kerala is a state located in southwestern India.
  • The state was created in 1956 on linguistic basis, bringing together those places where Malayalam formed the principal language
  • It boasts of a higher Human Development Index than most other states in India.
  • The state is bordered by Arabian sea towards the west.


Area Info
  • Largest city thiruvananthapuram.
  • With 120–140 rainy days per year, kerala has a wet and maritime tropical climate influenced by the seasonal heavy rains of the southwest summer monsoon.


Why Visit
  • Kerala was comparatively peaceful under the british raj.
  • The monuments of the kerala include temples, churches, mosques, forts, palaces, houses and  mansions.


Best Time
  • October to March.
  • Kerala has 145,704 kilometers (90,536 mi) of roads (4.2% of India\'s total). This translates to about 4.62 kilometers (2.87 mi) of road per thousand population, compared to an all India average of 2.59 kilometers (1.61 mi).
  • India\'s national highway network includes a Kerala-wide total of 1,524 kilometers (947 mi), which is 2.6% of the national total.
  • Most of Kerala\'s west coast is accessible through two national highways, NH 47, and NH 17 and eastern hills are accessible through proposed Hill Highway (Kerala).
  • The state has three major international airports at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, and Kozhikode, that link the state with the rest of the nation and the world.
  • The backwaters traversing the state are an important mode of inland navigation. National Waterway 3 traverse through the state.
  • The Indian Railways\' Southern Railway line runs throughout the state, connecting all major towns and cities except those in the highland districts of Idukki and Wayanad.
  • While traveling in Kerala it must be borne in mind that nudity is not allowed on any Kerala  beach.
  • Behavior in Public: Demonstrating affection in public (hugging or kissing) is not an accepted practice in Kerala. 
  • An amazing race of people, following a unique lifestyle-the perfect blend of traditional, time-honored practices and progressive, innovative trends.
  • A delectable cuisine, unique to the region which involves the locally available ingredients such as coconuts, seafood, rice etc.
  • Kerala is the land of high festivities and cheer.
  • A number of festival like onam, vishu and thiruvathirai are celebrated.
  • Kerala’s classical music is essentially carnatic, raag - taal based music.