so fertile and productive
that the district is considered the Granary
Along with Idukki, Palghat is the other district
in Kerala, which has the rare distinctive characteristic
of not having a seacoast. Kerala's longest river
Bharathapuzha flows through the district.
During the summer, its wide sandy bed is dry
except for some miles from its origin. Being
too shallow and rocky for water transport, the
Bharathapuzha has little commercial significance
but holds a special place in the culture of
Palakkad isn't just a natural
grandeur at it's colorful best. What renders
it more romance is its historical background.
The great warrior Tipu Sultan left us an impressive
Fort here. At the foot of the gigantic Western
ghats, take a deep breath and loose yourself
in green Palakkad.