A Dozen Shades of Kerala Greenery!

Kerala , The Green Paradise! The lush greenery greets you everywhere. It doesn’t matter whether you are in city, suburban  or a rural village, the green flora beckons you. The article on Kerala Greenery provides an idea of what Kerala can offer to a tourist. The color green is the color of nature, fertility and of…

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Exploring Kerala Backwaters : Kumarakom

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Kumarakom is an entrancingly beautiful tourist spot in Kerala. The rippling backwaters reflect the azure blue sky. The amazing shades of the green vegetation – that include mangroves, coconut palms and paddy fields – cover the verdant countryside. Channels and waterways wind their way through this green paradise. Water lilies and lotuses bloom in the…

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Karimeen Pollichathu (Pearl Spot Fish Fry)

Karimeen Pollichathu

Karimeen Pollichathu is one of Kerala’s traditional delicacies. Karimeen or Pearl spot fish is found very common in Kerala backwaters. All through Kerala, you will get this dish but with varying flavour.. The taste and preparation of Karimeen Pollichathu changes slightly as we go from one end of Kerala to the other! This is traditionally…

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Backwaters of Kerala-Unique Attraction

Do you want to feel the nature at its pristine best? Then, head over to unique attraction of Kerala Backwaters.. It is one among its many unique attractions. The tranquil views, rippling waters, lush greenery, relaxing sounds of nature…..I can just go on and on! Even though, I have lived all my life in Kerala, these…

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Kerala Set to Launch Seaplane Service

Seaplane Project Kerala

Seaplane Service set to launch in Kerala.Have you dreamed about traveling in a seaplane? Well, I have.  Now it is going to be reality…right here in Kerala! ‘The seaplane project’, was initially showcased at the recent ‘Emerging Kerala‘ investors meet held at Kochi, last September. The project got green signal from the government and got…

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Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad

Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad

Banasura Sagar Dam is the largest earthen dam in India and is also considered  to be the second largest in Asia. The dam is constructed with massive stacks of stones and boulders.  This mud structure stretch out for almost a kilometer and has vast catchment area. The dam impounds the waters of the Karamanathodu tributary…

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