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Outline of Kerala

Location of Kerala in India.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Kerala:

Kerala21st biggest, 12th most populous, 13th highest and most literate of the 29 states of the democratic Republic of India. Kerala is ranked 9th in the country in tax revenue and GDP. Kerala has the highest life expectancy and female-to-male sex ratio. Kerala is also the most media exposed state.

Contents

  • General reference 1
  • Geography 2
    • Ecological areas 2.1
  • History 3
    • Historical regions 3.1
  • Administrative divisions 4
    • Districts 4.1
    • Corporations, municipalities and taluks 4.2
      • Municipal corporations 4.2.1
      • Municipalities 4.2.2
      • Taluks 4.2.3
  • Demographics 5
  • Government 6
  • Culture 7
  • Tourism 8
  • External links 9

General reference

Geography

Geography of Kerala

Ecological areas

Coconut trees on the banks of the Kallar river

History

History of Kerala
Dutch commander De Lannoy surrenders to Marthanda Varma at the Battle of Colachel. Depiction at Padmanabhapuram Palace

Historical regions

Administrative divisions

Districts

Districts of Kerala

Corporations, municipalities and taluks

Corporations, municipalities and taluks of Kerala

Municipal corporations

Municipalities

Taluks

Demographics

Demographics of Kerala
Economy of Kerala
Religions of Kerala

Government

The Kerala Legislative Assembly Building in Thiruvananthapuram
Government of Kerala
Category:Politics of Kerala

Culture

Kathakali Performance Close-up
A Kathakali artist
Pookkalam
During Onam, Kerala's biggest celebration, Keralites create pookkalam (floral carpet) designs in front of their houses.
Culture of Kerala

Tourism

Munnar hill station in Idukki district
Tourism in Kerala

External links

Government
  • Official entry portal of the Government of Kerala
  • Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala
  • Directorate of Census Operations of Kerala
Other
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