God’s Own Country

Kerala God’s Own Country a photo essay

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Rolling Hills of Munnar

Kerala God’s own country is a phrase created in the 1980s to promote tourism. In Hindu mythology, Lord Parasuraman, an avatar of Vishnu,  created Kerala. He threw his axe to push back the sea and reclaimed a 600 km strip of land for his devotees. Kerala is justly famous for its beaches, lakes, canals and hills. …

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Kerala Will Please Every Visitor – God’s Own Country

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Kerala will please every visitor. The state brings to mind images of lakes, boats, beaches, tea plantations, wildlife, coconut trees, mountains, forests, rivers, exquisite food, cities and villages. There cannot be just one reason to visit Kerala. There is something to attract  everyone.

Historical Places

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Beach Below Bekal Fort

Kerala has many forts, palaces and historical monuments. Several of them are the result of foreign invasions and colonialism. From Kasaragod to Thiruvanathapuram, there are forts along the Kerala coast. A good number of them are in satisfactory condition. The largest is Bekal Fort which stands on a hill above Bekal beach. The 300 year-old fort isprawls over 40 acres. …

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