Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Kumarakom-Kerala India

Kumarakom the beguiling emerald landmass bulging into the ever-bubbling Vembanad Lake takes you into the heart of the grand lake where you’ll run over a lot of customary nation specialties, pontoons and kayaks. The new water of the lake keeps running into the territory making a maze of tidal ponds, streams, channels and conduits. The backwater houses an assortment of types of both fauna and vegetation.

They are rich with marine life in particular the selective ‘Kumarakom Karimeen’ (pearl spotted fish), Konju (tiger prawns), Njandu (crabs), Chemeen (prawns) and some more. As the rainstorm winds convey rain to the shores of Vembanad Lake, the Kumarakom is changed into a rich ripe land. The streams, tidal ponds, rivulets break their banks and give food to springs and bushes that grow from each accessible space.

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