Malayalam is the official language of Kerala but here in Kerala several other languages are spoken too. in fact, a good percentage of people in Kerala are able to handle English and tamil. The language Malayalam is one of the Classical Language in India. Before […]
Top 5 places for must-visit in Kochi, Ernakulam.
Kochi – City in India, known as “Queen of the Arabian Sea” From the centuries Kochi has a high demand for trade and travels. Nowhere else in India could you find such giant Chinese fishing nets, old synagogue, ancient mosques, and historical buildings. During the […]
How Kerala Became A Role Model In The Fight Against COVID-19?
The story of Kerala’s fight against COVID is the sensational news inspiring the world. Professionals from all over the world surprised as to how a small state in the southern part of India is winning the battle against death so efficiently. It all started around […]
Union Christian College Kerala
Union Christian College Or UC college, with the motto, “truth shall make you free” is one of the prestigious institution in Kerala, which was established in the year 1921 and was first under the Madras University, then under the Travancore University and now affiliated to […]
ALAPPUZHA: Venice of the east
From the third literate city of the state to the cleanest city of the nation, Alappuzha has bagged many titles for itself. Located almost in the middle of the state Kerala, it was formerly named as Alleppey. Known as the “Venetian capital of Kerala”. It […]
Why Kerala is so awesome | Facts About Kerala -The God’s Own Country
When one thinks of nature merged with serenity, only one thing comes to mind, yes we’re talking about Kerala- God’s own country as it is popularly called. Kerala is the choice for those who are wanting to escape into nature and it’s charisma. Located in […]
Thrissur- The cultural Capital
Art, Culture, history, temple festivities, church feasts, fireworks, elephants, a visual treat, and cultural extravaganza..that’s what defines Thrissur- the cultural capital of Kerala. The name Thrissur is formed from the Thiru-Shiva-Per-Ur which translates to “The city with the name of the Lord Siva, a land […]