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Beautiful beaches, monuments and museums, intricately carved temples, art galleries and the greenery makes the city more attractive for the tourists.
As the state is blessed by nature, it has something to offer to everyone.
Situated in the extreme of Southwest peninsula of India, this place lies between the Western Ghats on the east and Arabian Sea on the west.
The varied demography, different traditions and culture have made it one of the most attractive tourist destinations in India.
She and her husband, both born and raised in India, have left their young son with relatives for the weekend to come to this land of coconuts and clear air – the way a tired Londoner might visit Brighton.
I run into more than one city-bound Indian tourist like her as I roam through the spice plantations, tea estates and beaches in this slice of India.
They are made up of the interconnected rivers, lakes and canals which merge into Arabian Sea.
Houseboat or Kettuvallam rides and the boat races during festivals are alluring for the tourists.
Gomez grew up in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala’s capital city on the Arabian Sea, about a four-hour drive south of the beach where we are eating.
The boat ride and the live Kathakali performances impress and draw the visitors.
A small town and a hill station, Munnar is located in the Southwest of Kerala.
Kerala tops among Indian states in human development, mass literacy, economic parity, women empowerment, harmony between religions, progressive and liberal mindset of people, least in corruption, etc. The state has 14 districts which are further divided into 21 Revenue divisions, Taluks and Revenue Villages.
Few of the districts were renamed in the year 1990, such as Thiruvananthapuram (earlier known as Trivandrum).
“There has been a revival in local, regional things, especially among people who have travelled abroad and come home to discover what they have here is just as special.” We are talking over lime sodas and spicy chunks of chicken, curry leaves and shallots fried crisp in coconut oil at the Marari Beach Resort, a seaside getaway near the Malabar coastal village of Maraikulum, where city dwellers come to get Ayurvedic treatments and swim in the Arabian Sea. She has been pestering me to travel to Kerala almost from the day I met her a half-dozen years ago at Cardamom Hill, the restaurant she used to run in Atlanta in the US.