Wednesday, 1 March 2017

5 Interesting Facts About Kerala, God's Own Country.

Kerala is definitely one of he most beautiful state of India. It is a south Indian state witch is famous for it's green landscape and unique culture, thus it is called "God's own country".
Here are 5 interesting facts about Kerala you should know.

1. 100% primary education.:

In January 2016 Kerala has achieved 100% primary education. It has been India's most educated state since very long time.


2.  Highest Female : Male, ratio in country.

This is such a pleasure to know that Kerala has more females then males, because most of the Indian state is not considered good when it comes to this ratio. Kerala has 1084 females per 1000 males.

Indian Sex Ratio Map-
Map Source: http://www.mapsofindia.com/census2011/female-sex-ratio.html

3.  Festival Land

Kerala is said to be the top state when it comes to festivals. There are so much festivals celebrated here that some of these festivals are only celebrated within the state. Kerala has unique cultural background and also religiously diverse state which make Kerala to celebrate even more.
Onam Celebration in Kerala

4.  Spice Capital of World

Kerala is known for it's spices and herbs throughout the century. In past
Kerala hosted many traders from across the world including the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, French and the British.The "Black Pepper" is one of the most famous spice in history which was only found in kerala. It is still on of the largest hub of spices like Pepper, Cardamom, Clove, Cinnamon, Ginger, Turmeric, Tamarind, Nutmeg. etc.

Spices of Kerala

5. The First 3D Film of India is from Kerala

Kerala is also known for produce first 3D film of India, and it is "My Dear Kuttichathan" directed by Jijo Punnoose and released in 1984. the film was in Malayalam (official language of Kerala) and it's Hindi version "Chota chetan" was relased in 1998 which became first Hindi 3D film.

Original Poster of movie "My Dear Kuttichathan"(1984)

"Chhota Chetan" (Hindi Version) 1998


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