The beauty of Kerala cannot be explained in words. The scenic beauty, the dazzling rivers, the green meadows and the lavish greenery of Kerala are worth watching. Kerala is the land of beauty with the long beaches, rivers with charming mountains. Kerala is often referred to as Keralam which is located in the South west India on the coast of Malabar.
Some interesting facts about Kerala are mentioned below. Check them and enjoy!
1. A Land of Coconut Trees
Kerala is full of coconut trees. Kerala is the state of India or probably the only state of the world which has the highest number of coconut trees. If someone had counted the coconut trees of Kerala then surely he would have taken some days or even months to do so. Because of the rich coconut state, people of Kerala use the coconuts in their foods, drinks and also on their hair.
2. Life and Health
It is estimated that the people of Kerala live longer as compared to other people of India. This is because the nutrition of the people of Kerala is well balanced and healthy.
3. Communities of Kerala
The population of Kerala is divided into three main communities. These communities include the Christians, Muslims and Hindus. The Hindus comprises of 54.72 % of the total population of Kerala while Muslims make 25.56 % and Christians are 18.38 % of the total population of Kerala.
4. The Land of readers
People of Kerala are generally vert literate and informed. Kerala is among the most literate states of India. This state has the total 100 % literacy rate this is the reason why you see the people of Kerala always reading some texts, books. Newspapers etc.
5. Fishing opportunities
As Kerala consists of long beaches and coastlines, it offers vast fishing opportunities for the sea food and fishing lovers. Country fishing boats are also very common on the beaches and rivers of Kerala.
6. Kerala God’s own country
This state of India is called God’s own country because of the beauty endowed to Kerala by God. The planter’s plantations, the blue backwaters, the charming huge mountains and the elegant rivers added to the beauty of Kerala that is why it is called God’s own country.
7. Backbone of the Country
Kerala plays an important role in supporting the economy of the country of India. Starting from 3000 BCE, Kerala has remained a prominent region of spice exporter to various countries of the world.
8. Exotic Flora and fauna
The Kerala is the state of India which is rich in the diversity of plants and animals. Almost 2500 of the different plant species grow in Kerala with also the large variety of animals.
9. Land of heaviest Drinkers
Kerala is the land with the heaviest drinking. It is the tippler country that has the highest alcohol consumption rate. It is estimated that a person consumes almost 8 liters of alcohol every year. Kerala State runs almost 337 bars and each shop serves almost 80 thousand clients.
10. Tourist’s Destination
It is also a famous tourists destinations because of the numerous lands, beaches and rivers to visit. Places like Thekkady, Vembanand, Santa Cruz Basilica and Attukal Temple attracts large number of tourists.