1-By 1857 the British East India Company had established its Raj (rule) across India. Lately, they had also started tinkering with religious and social issues. They introduced a radical critique of certain customs and practices that were deeply entrenched in India and had religious and social sanction.
1-Kerala attracts the independent traveler with its beautiful palm-fringed backwaters, sandy beaches, Ayurveda resorts, green hill ranges, some of the highest tea estates in the world, wildlife sanctuaries and rich cultural heritage with spectacular temple festivals and thrilling snake boat races.
1-Today, tourism is one of the largest and dynamically developing sectors of external economic activities.
2-Its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new management and educational experience actively affect various sectorsof economy, which positively contribute to the social and economic development of the country as a whole.
Tourism industry is the kind of industry associated with providing leisure activities concerned with travel, natural beauty, food, accommodation, environment and other facilities for the people who are visiting a place for any reason.
1-The rule of the Cholas forms an important part in the history of South India. Chola rule saw remarkable progress in almost all spheres of life such as polity, culture and economy. During the 9th century, the Cholas gained control and overthrew the Pallavas. They primarily ruled in the south of India from the 9th to 13th Century.