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