Some amazing palaces in india and their facts
The state was declared ‘one of the ten paradises of the world’ by National Geographic
The art of Ayurveda is an established practice in the state.
From treatments like ‘uzhichil’ and ‘pizhichil’ to curing illnesses like arthritis to beauty massages for the skin and hair; there is no place better than Kerala to seek the benefits of Ayurveda.
What’s more? It is said that Kerala is the only state in India where Ayurveda is still a mainstream medicine.
Kerala is the paradise of Ayurveda. No country in the world can claim parity with Kerala in Ayurveda. Nor any State in India is in parity with Kerala. Out of four million people coming to India every year for Ayurveda treatment, the share of Kerala is in far excess of any State in India. The growth rate per annum of Ayurveda treatment seekers to Kerala is around 20%. The ideal climate, blessed landscape with forests and mountains ideal to grow herbs and medicinal plants on their own, adequate infrastructure facilities with enough highly qualified and experienced Ayurveda Physicians and Technicians, hundreds of renowned Ayurveda Resorts – which include
Ayurveda Hill Resorts
Ayurveda Beach Resorts
Ayurveda Backwater Resorts
Ayurveda Floating Resorts
Five Star Ayurveda Resorts
State of the art Ayurveda Hospitals
The highest number of festivals are celebrated in Kerala
Cultutral dance of kerala
Originated over 500 years ago, Kathakali is a spectacular classical dance form of Kerala. It is a combination of drama, dance, music and ritual. Kathakali is one of the oldest theatre forms in the world.Kerala has around 50 forms of dances. Among these Theyyam, Thiruvathirakali, Chakyar Koothu Koodiyattam, and Ottamthullal are some of the prominent dances of Kerala. Kerala is therefore, popular for its two classicaldance form ‘Kathakali‘ and ‘Mohiniyattam,’ which lure tourists from world-wide.
One of the world’s largest rubber producer
Did you know that India is world’s 4th largest natural rubber producer country of which Kerala accounts more than 91%.India today is the world’s 3rd largest producer and 4th largest consumer. Keralaaccounts for more than 90 percent of the total rubber production in the country. The total area under rubber cultivation in the state is 5.45 lakh hectares
Did you aware of the fact that Kerala has a huge expatriate community in the Middle East region.
Well, here’s another related fact. Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of the state, is almost the same distance from Dubai, UAE, as it is from the national capital Delhi.
To be more precise, the distance from Thiruvananthapuram to Dubai is 2948 kilometres and that to Delhi is 2885 kilometres. In most cases, the flight times for both are around 4 and a half hours and flight tickets to Dubai are usually cheaper than those to Delhi!
Just goes to show you how big our nation really is!
No waste = no hunger
No no this is not my slogan, this slogan is given by one of the restaurant of Kochi, place in kerala
Pappadavada, a famous restaurant in Kochi puts fridge on street, so patrons can leave leftovers for those in need.