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‘Gods Own Country’ With the Arabian Sea to the west, the Western Ghats towering 500 -2700 m in the east, forty four rivers which traverse the state, Kerala has unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia: an equable climate, a long shoreline with serene beaches, tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters, lush hill stations and exotic wildlife, waterfalls, sprawling plantations and paddy fields, ayurvedic health holidays, ...

Thiruvananathapuram city is the headquarters of Thiruvananthapuram district and the capital of Kerala State. The city is rich in heritage buildings, ...

Velankanni Church
According to the manuscripts, Mother Mary visited this shrine with Jesus in the 16th or early 17th century. The locals state that she performed three miracles at different sites, which provided a platform for construction of the Basilica. Every Catholic believer visits here once in a lifetime.
Golden Temple
Fondly known as Swarn Mandir, this two-storied structure is covered with around 400 kg of gold! The site of this temple is truly enchanting on full moon. ...

Etymologically Alappuzha is derived from two words - Ala and Puzha - Ala which means broad and Puzha which means river. It is a town with picturesque canals, backwaters and lagoons, once described as the "Venice of the East" by English viceroy Lord Curzon. It is the administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District. The present town owes its existence to the Diwan Raja Kesavadas in the second half of 18th century. Kuttanad, the rice bowl of ...

To the North and East Kasaragod/Kasargod borders with Karnataka, to the South with Kannur and to the West with Arabian sea. Kasaragod is at the very extreme north-end of Kerala. The coastal town Kasargod is the headquarters of Kasargod district. The town has many left-over of immense interest of the past. All of them generate curiosity to the present timers. Sea kissed forts, palm-fringed beaches, scenic lagoons and calm-clad paddy fields make Kasargod one of ...

The district’s East boundary touches Tamil Nadu, south Ernakulam district, west Arabian sea and north Malappuram and Palakkad districts It is located in the middle of Kerala State.

If you have come to Kerala in search of traditional arts, start your jouney from Thrissur, known as the cultural capital of Kerala- a status it enjoyed since Maharaja Sakthan Tampuran rebuilt his capital after its destruction by the army of Tipu Sultan in the ...

Kollam’s East borders Tamil Nadu, South Thiruvanathapuram , West Arabian Sea and North Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta districts. Kollam has commercial and trading reputation from ancient times. Its port attracted Arabs, Portuguese, Greeks, Chinese and British for trading. Kollam is the gateway to the magnificent backwaters of Kerala.Kollam is proud of keeping its tradition in tact. For grandeur, heart-stirring excitement, fun and merriment, the place is Kollam. It is an old seaport town on the banks ...

The Western Ghats are in the east, Alappuzha in the west, Kottayam and Idduki on the north and Kollam on the south. The very famous Ayyappa temple in Sabari Hills is in this district. The district is also famous for Vasthu Vidya.

Attractions

  1. Sabarimala
  2. Pandalam
  3. Pamba
  4. Aranmula
  5. Parthasarathy Temple, Aranmula
  6. Mahadeva Temple, Chengannur
  7. Vasthu Vidya ...

The East borders Tamil Nadu, south Thrissur district, west Malappuram district, north Malappuram and Wayanad districts. The district has mountains, forests, fertile valleys, rivers and streams and are rich in flora and fauna. Many dams and irrigation projects glorify the district. The beautiful environs of the town harbours some of the Kerala's most appealing heritage homestays and ayurvedic resorts. Further north, the Silent Valley National Park and the hill station of Nelliampathy are off track ...

North is Kozhikode district, East Palakkad, South Thrissur and Palakkad districts, West Arabian sea. The Zamorins of Kozhikode had their sway over this place. The Chaliyaar , Kadalundi and Bharathapuzha rivers flow through this district. Several heritage mansions colour the district.

Malappuram is a small town. The Jamaat Mosque here is a master-piece in architecture. Built in temple style architecture, the mosque is 280 years old. The royal family, Hindu Prana Nambi family, ...
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