Kerala is a state located in south-west of India. This state is situated on the Malabar coast.Kerala is India’s second largest state. It is known for its network of beaches and canals. It is famous for its agricultural products, flora, Backwater, hill station, beach, Ayurvedic tourism and tropical greenery are its main attractions. Kerala is considered as one of India’s most prominent tourist destinations. It is a very good place for travel. It is a beautiful view of the sea with canals connecting each other.
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Some historical discussions about Kerala:
According to Tamil Mythology, Chera king Sankututavan conquered the land between Kanyakumari and Himalayas. Kerala is also called the land of Parashuram, Kerala has a large area and it is said that Parshuram had thrown his ax into the sea. And as far as sea water reached, the area of Kerala reached the same place, This new area of land extends from Gokarn to Kanyakumari.
It is said that the land rising from the sea was filled with salt, hence it was not right for the land and also was not suitable for the industry, Parashuram called the Nag King Vasuki, who swept the holy poison and turned the soil into a fertile green land. Kerala is known for the industry of the spice since ancient times, it is still famous for the spice.
Some other important things about This:
This state is situated between Lakshadweep Sea and Western Ghats. Its coastline is 590 km.The Western Ghat mountain range is recognized as one of the world’s eight “most hotspots” of biological diversity, It is famous as the Unesco World Heritage Site. The rain is the chief in Kerala’s climate, it also rains in the summer and also in the winter, Kerala is prominent for plants, it has 1/4 of land forest, There are 4000 flower species and 900 medicinal plants are also found here. Coconut, tea, coffee, cashew nuts, and spices- are main agricultural products, including cardamom, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Some Attraction Of Kerala:
It looks like a small piece of paradise, its tea plantation, backwater is worth watching. This is known for its long palm tree beaches, beautiful rivers, holy waterfalls and quiet, green surroundings.
Its beaches, four and coconut vendors, wild animals, high mountains will find you fascinating.
There are some attractive place of Kerala
How to reach here :
If you want to use the flight then Kerala has 4 international airports.
- Trivandrum International Airport
- Calicut International Airport
- Cochin International Airport
- Kannur International Airport
If you want to use train then Kerala Kerala is connected to all major cities by railways
Kerala’s major railway stations are:
Thiruvananthapuram Central (TVC)
Ernakulam Junction (South) (ERS)
Kollam Junction (QLN)
Palakkad Junction (PGT)
Shornur Junction (SRR)
Ernakulam Town (North) (ERN)
Kochuveli Railway Station (KCVL)
Kayamkulam Junction (KYJ)
Kerala’s Road joins the highways of all major cities. Metro is also available here, Port is also in Kerala, Kerala is connected to 17 small ports.
I have not forgotten the beautiful view of Kerala yet. Visit Kerala once, You will love its beautiful scene and you would like to go here again and again.
Really it’s a piece of paradise.
I am Pritam Chakrabortty. I’m a professional blogger and author. My passion is travelling and explore new unseen places. My travelling passion makes me create this blog to share my travel experiences.