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Kerala or Keralam the Indian state is located on Malabar Coast of South-West India. Kerala has the highest Human Development Index and the highest literacy rate in India. Kerala with its backwaters, beaches, Ayurveda tourism and tropical greenery make it a top tourist destination in India.
The majority of Keralites are employed in agriculture and some in healthcare services. Some of the caste/ communities that reside in Kerala are - Nair, Ezhava, Thiyya, Nambudri, Christian Catholic, Christian Oriental Orthodox, and Muslim Shafi. Thiruvanthapuram, Thrissur, Kollam, Kozhikode, Enrakulam and Kottayam are the main cities of Kerala.
Kerala matrimonial celebrates the wedding ceremony in a very different way from the other Hindu wedding celebration. The marriage in Kerala may show a slight difference in observing custom and ritual that are influenced by various communities/caste, however, Hindu wedding in Kerala is a short and brief affair typically commenced in the morning. The arrangements of the entire wedding ceremony are the responsibility of Kerala bride’s family. The ceremony shows the presence of bride and groom’s parents and their nearest relatives and friends. The Kerala bride looks simple in a wears a sari known as Mundu and the groom wears dhoti and angavastram. Kerala marriage cuisine varies according to religion.
Most of the Malayalam dishes contain coconut. Sadhya and Payasam are two famous dishes. Some other dishes include aviyal, kaalan, sambar, theeyal, thoran, injipully, pulisherry, appam, kappa, puttu and puzhukku.