is the second populous state in India. Its date of Formation is on 1 November 1956. In the native language, Malayalam means “Land of coconuts”. It is located on the southwestern tip of India with the Arabian Sea is on the west. It is the only state where Ayurveda is still a main stream medicine. There are Ayurvedic medical colleges and hospitals across the state. Asian elephants are commonly seen here.
Kerala is the first state in India to reach 100% literacy rate and maintained it also. Kerala is a state where you can see Asian elephants very commonly. Its literacy rate is 90.92%. The State is divided into three regions - the fertile midlands, the coastal lowlands and the highlands. Geographically Kerala has divided into three major tourist regions such as Northern region, central region and southern region.