Few Words About Kerela
Kerala, also known as God’s Own Country, is arguably the most scenic and beautiful state of India. We at GoRad, love the State as it has a very rich cultural history which has developed through the influences of all the three major religions of the country, Hinduism, Christianity and Islam .Exquisite sculptures, music and dance forms can be seen throughout the historic development of Kerala’s traditions. Kathakali and Mohiniattam are highly progressive art forms that have come about from their folk origins into highly evolved classical dance forms in the state.
The local festival of the state, Onam is a time for sports and festivities. One third of the areas of Kerala are low-lying and covered with canals, lakes, and backwaters, the people take their boats and country crafts to these water bodies to celebrate.
Kerala is the perfect destination for our Ed-ventures as it offers beaches in Kochi, Kozikhode, Backwaters in Alappuzha, Forts and Palaces in Chandragiri, Museums in Thrissur, Waterfalls in Arippara, a wildlife sanctuary in Idduki and much more!
The name Kerala is believed to have been origined from the words “kerala” and “alam”. Kerala means coconut and alam location. Unsurprisingly, coconut is part of the staple diet.The famous dishes to try in Kerala are ‘Sadhya’, a multi course meal that includes many vegetarian curries to be eaten with rice, ‘Appam’ a pancake made with a rice batter made in a special appachatty, ‘Idiyappam’, strands of steamed rice dough served hot egg curry, and ‘Prawn Theeyal’, a spicy prawn curry.
On the whole, we believe that Kerala would provide the students with a very wholesome, learning experience wherein they would be able to enjoy the breath-taking landscape and soak in the extensive and colourful culture of Kerala!
- Athirappily waterfalls
- Fort Kochi