Backwaters kerala

The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state.

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Beaches in the Indian state of Kerala are spread along the 550-km Arabian Sea coastline. Kerala is an Indian state occupying the south-west corner of the subcontinent. The topography of the coastline is distinctive and changes abruptly as one proceeds from north to south. In the northern parts of Kerala, in places such as Bekal, Thalassery and Kannur, the headlands rise above the shore from the fringe of the beaches. The highlands are dotted with forts built by the colonial powers – the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British.

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Dam Sites kerala

There are a large number of dams in Kerala. The Mullaperiyar Dam or Mullaiperiyar Dam on the Periyar River located 881 m (2,890 ft) above mean sea level, on the Cardamom Hills of the Western Ghats in Thekkady, Idukki District of Kerala, South India. The idukki dam etc

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Hill Stations

The hill stations are high-altitude towns used, especially by European colonialists, as a place of refuge from the summer heat. They are prevalent in Southeast Asian and South Asian countries, particularly India.

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Pilgrimage Destinations

Pilgrimage centers in kerala

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There are a large number of waterfalls in kerala. Some of them are Palaruvi waterfalls, Vazhachal Waterfalls, Athirapally,Attukad Waterfall,Thommankuthu Waterfall,Tusharagiri Waterfall, Meenmutty Waterfall, Chethalayam Waterfall, Sentinel Rock Waterfall, Soochipara waterfall

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