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    Kerala the so called gods own country

    kerala is known as the gods own country .but the activities of its people are becoming a disgrace to the wording itself . malayalees please try to buplift the name of kerala.
  • #4331
    I agree with you Abel. Not only Kerala but the whole country is getting into the bad ways more and more. Anyway since our part of the country is known as the gods own country it is more shameful to us that we are also like the other ordinaries in other parts of the country. We are the most literate in the world and are proud of that. But it is a disturbing factor that we are also falling into bad ways.

    If we open any new paper or news channel, we will come across news items like old persons being brutally assaulted by their own kith and kins, little girls being used brutally for sexual satisfaction, destroying of girl child before born, selling of children, fathers giving girls for sexual gratification for money, stealing from religious premises, swindling in the name of home, furniture or any other imaginary thing.

    Let us hope that good sense will prevail ultimately and people will realise the folly of the temporary gratifications and desist from such practices.

    With Regards
    Ramanathan A R

  • #4337
    It was the Tourism Department of the Government which gave the title 'God's own country' to Kerala through their advertisements. They made it based on the natural beauty of the State. The greenery, hilly areas, water bodies and water falls, resorts, coconut palms, backwaters, etc. always attract the tourists. All these are natural and are still there.

    Man is changing, true. It is not only in Kerala, but everywhere. Being the most literate State Kerala can be a model and show how to avoid these inhuman actions.

    Gold Member, SPK

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