Kerala is a green strip of land, in the South West corner of Indian peninsula. Kerala is one among the longest-lived, healthiest, most gender-equitable, and most literate regions outside of the developed countries.
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"Though Kerala is mostly a land of paddy-covered plains, statistically Kerala stands out as the Mount Everest of social development; there's truly no place like it." says noted environmentalist Bill McKibben.
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Kerala, known as the 'God's Own Country' is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Known for its beautiful extensive backwaters and beautiful beaches, Kerala is one of the major tourist attractions in India.
Nicknamed as one of the "10 paradises of the world" by the National Geographic traveller, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, has made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Kerala is nominated as one among the three finalists at the World Travel and Tourism Council's ‘Tourism for Tomorrow’ awards in the destination category.
Kerala offers a wide range of Tourism possibilities. Nature tourism, Backwater Tourism, Monsoon Tourism, Eco Tourism Cultural
Tourism and Health Tourism are the important forms of Tourism offered by Kerala. Herer we list the most imporant tourist spots of Kerala. These are the gem among all the tourist spots in Kerala. If you are planning to visit Kerala, make sure you don't miss any of these.
People have been sailing to Kerala in search of species, sandal wood & ivory for at least 2000 years. The Cheras ruled much of the present day Kerala. Vasco da Gama's arrival in 1498 heralded an era of European contact. The present day Kerala was created in 1956 from the former States of Travancore, Cochin & Malabar.
Area: 38, 863
Capital : : Thiruvananthapuram
Population : : 30
Language : : Malayalam, Hindi
Art : : Coir products, wood works, buffalo-horn carvings, bronze casting, bell-metal ware, and articles made from coconuts are famous handicrafts of Kerala.
Industry : : Cotton textile & ship building industries are main industries here.
South indian Recipes offers a wide range of delicious food in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian category. The food is made spicy with the use of host of spices and condiments. Coconut, tamarind and asafoetida goes as a ritual in almost all vegetarian recipes.
Use of garam masala is avoided in South indian cuisine. Coconut oil is normally used as the medium of cooking. Chutneys and mixed spice go with the tiffins (lunch) and enhance the taste of the meal.
A typical meal in South indian Recipes consists of rice (mostly steamed), lentils, grains and vegetables. Cuisine of Chettinad is particularly famous all over the country. It is hot and spicy and offers scrumptious variety in mutton, chicken and fish dishes.
South indian Recipes, true home of Indian vegetarianism, is the land of the delicious Pongal, Idli, Dosa, Sambar and Rasam. South indian Recipes staple diet is steamed rice and most of their food consists of grains, lentils and vegetables.
'Sadhams' (rice dishes) with different flavours are their specialty. Spices are added for most dishes to give a distinctive taste. Coconut, tamarind, asafeotida are a must for most vegetarian dishes. Desserts such as burfis and payasams are also popular.
To get a sample of the tasty cuisine, one can participate in the celebrations of Pongal, a festival more popularly known as Makar Sankranti elsewhere, when Pongal (rice and lentils boiled together and seasoned with ghee, cashew nuts, pepper and cummin seed) is prepared as a custom.
A non-vegetarian lunch, includes curries or dishes cooked with mutton, chicken or fish. The pappad and the pickle finishes a complete Tamilian meal. Chettinad cuisine is a speciality in South indian Recipes and will be a delight for those who like hot and spicy non-vegetarian food.
This type of food has several variations of fish, mutton, and chicken dishes of which the Chettinad Pepper Chicken is a specialty.
The South indian Recipes style of Mughali food can be savoured in the biriyanis and paya. Tamil Nadu is also famous for its filter coffee, the making of which is almost a ritual.