Kerala has been given the nickname of “God’s Own Country”, which is a state from the southern states of India. It is difficult to express the beauty of Kerala as the words. I have seen Kerala in films, television or even in posters.A few days ago I have visited Kerala that’s why I’m going to share some wonderful things about Kerala.
Amazing, History, Famous fun Facts About Kerala For Tourists and Kids
Here is a list of Interesting and Unknown fun facts about Kerala as well as In this article, you can also read some historical facts and general information about the Kerala such as facts about culture, history, government rule, total population of the Kerala State.
Kerala is India’s leading state on the southwestern Malabar coast. .The boundaries of Kerala spread over 38,863 km². Kerala is India’s 13th largest state in terms of population. Kerala is divided into 14 districts and Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala. Malayalam is the official language of Kerala. Let us now tell you other important facts related to Kerala.
- 90% of the people of Kerala have their own land and those people have built their own house in this land.
- Kerala has been the home of the Mysore dynasty where rulers such as Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan fought four wars against the British.
- The state of Travancore was formed on 1 July 1949, which was later changed to Kerala.
- Under the 1956 Act, Kerala was established on 01 Nov 1956 in association with Travancore, Kochi and Malabar Coast.
- In 1991 Kerala became the first fully educated state of India.
- The people of Kerala prefer to wear light cotton clothes.
- The total population of Kerala is 3,33,87,667.
- Kerala is also well known for its traditional martial arts technique.
- Do you know that? Kerala is completely electrified and it is the first and only state of India nation that is completely electrified.
- Surprisingly, India has the most unemployment in Kerala. Tourism is the only source of earning
- Apart from this, highly educated people of Kerala are going out to work.
- A small southern part of India, shaped like Switzerland. Which is 1% regional part of India and holds 4% population of the country.
- According to the 2001 census, there are 1058 women against 1000 males in Kerala.
- Kerala is home to India’s most advanced society. with 100% literacy, state science, and technology personnel, life index (PQLI),
- highest life expectancy and highest physical quality of the lowest infant mortality rate (IMR).
- Kerala is the only state in India where Ayurveda is still the main drug.
- Despite being 100% literate, here the number of suicide reports is highest.
- The largest exports of Kerala include rubber, black pepper, cardamom, ginger, coffee, tea, and cashew nuts.
- Trivandrum (Capital of Kerala) Techno Park is the largest and first technopark in India. There are several multinational companies in Trivandrum.
- 56 percent of Hindus in Kerala, 25 percent Muslims and 19.6 percent are Christians. There is also a small Jewish community of 22 people.
- Kerala is also known for its traditional martial arts techniques.
- Kerala is one of the 5 largest Christian populations in India. The Christian community has contributed to all areas in Kerala’s life
- And there are primary reasons for educational reform in Kerala and it helped reach 100% literacy.
- Delhi Metro has been constructed by Metro Man Sreedharan, who is from Kerala.
- Kerala is also known for its Ayurvedic herbs. 10,000 species of plants are found in Kerala.
- Kerala is the world’s first public electoral communist government. In 1957, Kerala was the first state in the world to bring about a revolution in a Communist regime through a democratic election instead of a revolution.
- Cochin International Airport (COK) is the first Indian property that has been built from 10,000 people’s funds from 30 different countries.
- In the last century, Kerala had to undergo a dramatic demographic transition and it has increased towards zero population growth.
- According to WHO and UNICEF’s research, Kerala is the world’s first state that is a “friendly state for the child”. 95% of the child is born in the hospital.
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