KERALA - A TOURISTS’ PARADISE
Tourists’ Paradise: Kerala is an enchanting land of exciting charm. Even during the earlier times the magnetism of this land had attracted many foreigners like the Chinese, Arabs, the Portuguese, the Dutch, the British and the French; all of them left their indelible imprint on the architectural scene of Kerala. While Kerala was willing to accept the positive aspects of various ancient civilizations, it was equally adamant in retaining its rich cultural traditions.
Kerala is also a land of communal harmony. People belonging to different faiths live here in perfect peace and tranquility. In the capital city of Thiruvananthapuram, there is a temple, a mosque and a church, all situated within a distance of one furlong. In one of the most popular pilgrim centres at Sabarimala, people belonging to different faiths undertake pilgrimage and worship the deity of Sri Ayyappa. Ayyappa’s Muslim friend, Vavar, is also worshipped there. As far as variety in the place of worship is concerned, you can see a snake temple at Mannarsala, a Jewish synagogue at Mattancherry and a temple without an idol at Ochira.
The beautiful beaches, the misty mountains and the far away forests, all add to the charm of the land. At Kovalam beach near Thiruvananthapuram, one can swim safely in the sea or take a sun bath at the beach or just sit and watch the waves sing lovely lullabies in hushed tones. There are beaches at Varkala, Sanghumugham too.To get a scenic view of majestic mountains, one can visit Munnar, Wynad, Ponmudi and Peermade. The misty mornings here give invigorating moments to people with a ‘poetic heart’.
Posted By : Shyam Sundhar
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