IIt’s easy to lose yourself in everyday life. Life seems to be full of obstacles and currents: the hustle and bustle of the city, the loud noise of traffic, the stress created by work, the mass media that we have no choice but to use. In this light, life is fading and gray, slowly fading away.
In the baptismal land of God’s own country, life moves in the opposite direction: it is glorious, vibrant, and awake.
Life in Kerala is vibrant and beautiful. It is a land where man is one with the earth. The energy that travels through the tectonic plates, the wind that carries the secrets of the forest, the energy that flows through your veins. She is the same.
The glory of Kerala: Man
They are diverse.
Although Kerala is naturally beautiful with its amazing scenery and beautiful scenery, the real light of Kerala is in its people.
The human part of Kerala is made up of a very different group. All this is thanks to Kerala’s rich and maritime trade and history as a land of trade. It becomes a melting pot of different cultures, beliefs and values, as evidenced by the people of modern Kerala.
There are people from different walks of life and from different masterpieces: talented artists, strong athletes from aspiring children. You get to meet and face all of these people as they go about their daily lives. You can also hear the amazing stories and life experiences they have had.
They are hot
From Kerala to other tourist destinations similar to geography and history, locals are very much involved in tourism. They even create and seek employment opportunities to boost the tourism industry.
In contrast, locals in Kerala are more concerned about their daily lives than they are about tourism. Instead of trying to recover, they wallow in their sadness and thus, experience more failure. And life in Kerala is absolutely beautiful and amazing. Because of this, they are naturally warm and comfortable.
I have not heard any prejudice against tourists. What is famous is the warm welcome of tourists. They are living up to the demands and are open to teaching and learning for tourists. Tea planters are realistic in showing the process of picking tea to interesting travelers. Locals on the beach will join in the fun.
These are pure people. Like the rest of the world, they are not prejudiced. They really welcome tourists. They value simplicity, pleasure and power. And all this is going on in the daily life of Kerala.
Kerala’s glory: nature
It is beautiful.
There are no perfect words to describe the scenery of Kerala. These are delightful, beautiful, wonderful, wonderful and all the other beautiful attributes that are in the dictionary.
The seas are still blue compared to the clear horizon. The forests are lush and vibrant. The air is sinking through the canals. The wind blows the grass to the north. This is the paradise of the island.
The nature of Kerala is calm. Despite being a tourist destination, the environment as a whole is not suffocating like traffic. It’s easy to get so caught up in the atmosphere that the “tourist” label is easily forgotten.
However, it’s not as quiet as it used to be and it’s basically monotonous. It’s a kind of calm, because you have been welcomed by the locals and you are welcome. Festivals and traditions are also celebrated on a regular basis.
The Glory of Kerala: Man and Nature
As separate ingredients, people and nature are naturally amazing themselves, the real beauty of Kerala is at the crossroads of human beings and nature. This beautiful coexistence really makes Kerala a paradise on earth.
The man braves the roaring seas. Conversation is easy. Useless chatter echoes through the canals. God walks on earth. Men reach the sky. Nature is respected and celebrated. Power and desire are in the eyes of every child.
This combination of humanity and nature awakens the basic instinct of every human being: the instinct to be brave, the instinct to be strong, and the instinct to hope.
It’s really amazing to witness in person. It will definitely touch and awaken your soul.
Man by Nature: Kerala Tourism Campaign
This unique and amazingly beautiful lifestyle is the focus of Kerala’s latest global tourism campaign – Human Bio Nature.
Human by Nature is a collection of stories from tourists who have visited Kerala before and seen human life and nature ignoring each other – they call it “humanity”, a weak but strong human being going through this vast landscape. ۔
The contents of this tourism campaign can be read on Instagram and Twitter under the hashtag #HumanityNature. The purpose of this content is to share as a message to humanity: Come and experience the greatness of Kerala. You can also watch their tour video campaign on YouTube.
And I hope this blog serves its purpose. It is a message to humanity that there is such a place of beauty. That in this world of dimness and sharp currents, human beings once again became human beings in Kerala.
This article was sponsored by Kerala Tourism. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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