The light and shadow of the green hills of Kerala. Almost heaven is how you would describe the hill stations in Kerala which is why it is popularly known as “God’s Own Country”.
Kerala, located on the Southwest Malabar Coast of India is a dream getaway.
It has a unique topography lying wedged between the Lakshadweep Sea and the Western Ghats of India.
These immaculate hill stations rise up to elevations as high as 5000 feet and will whisk you away to a magical rendezvous with nature.
The hill stations of South India like Munnar, Vagamon, Thekkady are blessed with a unique natural bounty of misty mountains lying in close proximity to famous rivers that are added attractions in their own right.
Situated mostly on the windward side of the Ghats, the quaint hills are a blend of lush greenery enshrouded in mist.
Kerala is truly God's own country. Be it backwaters or beaches or heritage or tea estates. Uniquely different...
Found this statue while roaming around in Fort Kochi, historical area of Kochi.. couldn't resist clicking a picture 🙈
Kochi like any other location in Kerala is amalgamation of culture and regions. We were there during new years. This was taken on January 1st. 😊
People in fort kochi celebrates Santa Burning tradition during when the clock struck 12 on new years eve. A huge idol of Santa is burned to symbolise burning away all the negatives, bad lucks and sorrows of last year. Followed and preceded by festivals and feasts.