Kerala is Situated in the far south on the South East Coast of India. It's known as the most literate state, with a literacy rate of over 90%. Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) is the capital, although Cochin (Kochi - Ernakulam) is the largest city in Kerala, and official language is Malayalum. The people are of Dravidians, aryans, negroid, and a mixture of the three. The land is divided in to three parts, the southern part called Travancore is predominantly of Dravidian culture, the central part called Cochin is of non ethnic Aryans, and their mixtures with Dravidians and Negroid, and the northern part called Malabar is predominently of ethnic Aryans and their mixtures. Accordingly this difference is quite visible in their culture and outlooks
Kerala is a religious mix. Hindus, Christians, and Muslims. There is even a Jewish synagogue at Cochin, more than 1000 years old. Kerala is a mixture of rivers, forests, lakes, beaches, and is full of greenery. Due to its greenness, natural beauty and clean air the Keralites and now all Indians call Kerala "Gods own Country".
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