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Kerala - India

Kerala is a small state situated at the southwest corner of India. The land of great natural beauty, The land blessed by nature, The land of festivals, The land of coconut trees And the land of complete literacy.

Kerala has got many lakes, hills and mountains to add to it's natural beauty.

The major religions of Kerala are Hinduism, Islam and Christianity. However there is a minority population which belongs to Jainism, Buddhism and Judaismas.

Malayalam is the principal language of the state of kerala. People of Kerala form a well educated and mature society Keralites are called Malayalees.

Kerala is famous for her individual styles of dancing like Kathakali, BharataNatyam, Mohiniyattam and Theyyam. Maha Shivratri and Vishu are the most important Hindu Festivals that is celebrated in Kerala.

The most famous and awaited event of Kerala is the Onam festival. this festival is celebrated as the national festival of Kerala. Holi, Diwali and Christmas, are a huge number of festivals celebrated in the Kerala.

In kerala, Thrissur city is very famous for its Pooram, the cultural capital of Kerala. It is sorrounded by hills and has the famous Shiva temple. The temple is believed to be founded by Legendary Parasurama. The temple is classical example of Kerala style of architecture and has several shrines. Also the famous Vadakkumnathan temple is situated in the heart of the Thrissur Pooram.

Thiruvananthapuram, also know as Trivandrum is in the western-southern tip of India. The city is famous for its beaches like Kovalam, Shankhumugham, Veli & Varkala.

The anchal agasthyakode mahadevar temple is major and famous mahadevar temple in kollam. The Thrikkadavoor Mahadevar Temple is another most famous siva temple in Kollam. It is situated in the Thrikkadavoor Panchayath and in the banks of Ashtamudi lake. The Mahatma Gandhi Beach Park is one of the major attractions at Kollam.

There is a famous festival called Ochira kali festival, celebrated in June. This temple is situated 17 km from the Kollam town. During this festival men dressed as warriors enact mock war standing in the lake. People of various religious faiths visit this omnipresent temple. Oachira has been famous for long as one of the sacred places of Kerala.

Kochi is also known as the Cochin, another main city of the Indian State of Kerala. Cochin offers several tourist spots that are Bolgatty Palace, Chinese Fishing nets, Dutch Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, Hill Palace, Cherai Beach, Pallipuram Fort, Willington Island.

The festival of Attachamayam is held on the eighth day of the Malayalam month of Chingam, which usually falls in August or September at the historical town of Tripunithura, near Kochi. Classical dances like Kathakali and Mohiniattam are a major attraction in Kochi.

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