Formed in the year 1956, Kerala is a state that lies at the southern tip of India. Having less population and a pleasant weather, Kerala is known for its diverse floras and faunas. Kerala is an agricultural state which grows around 97 per cent of black pepper and 85 per cent of natural rubber. The beautiful lush green farms and hills are known for various and amazing spices, hence it has earned the title of land of spices. Coconut, coffee, tea, cashew, cardamom, vanilla and cinnamon are some of the widely grown spices.
Since late 1960s, Kerala became a hot spot for tourists not just from within India, but from across the globe too. Known for its cosmopolitan nature and diverse culture stemming from host of influences from the outside world, Kerala stands out unique in its culture as well as its natural beauty. Known as God’s own country, the land of Kerala is renowned for impeccable beaches, mesmerising landscapes, beautiful hills and tea gardens and humble people.
Being a cosmopolitan city, one comes across various festivals and fairs in Kerala which represents its diversity and unique cultural heritage. Further, the state is known for its Ayurveda treatment that rejuvenates the body, mind and soul. The landscape is such that there are lots of ayurvedic herbs that grow and there are plenty of ayurvedic resorts as well which gives people a great peace of mind and soothes the whole body.
In the area of tourism, Kerala has earned great name and fame for its unique and scintillating beauty. National Geographic’s Traveller magazine has named Kerala as one of the “ten paradises of the world” and has also put it in the “50 must see destinations of the lifetime.” In 2012, it overtook Taj Mahal in Agra to be the number one travel destination in Google’s search trends for India. The Travel and Leisure has put Kerala in the category of “One of the 100 great trips for the 21st century.”
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