Kerala has a total area of 38,863 sq km and has a population of 33,406,061 inhabitants.
The district is also home of one of the most holiest Hindu Vaishnava temples, the Guruvayur temple.
Christianity, Islam and Judaism entered into the Indian subcontinent through the Thrissur District.
The works of scholars and Eastern Christian writings claim Thomas the Apostle to have set foot in Muziris near Thrissur 2,000 years ago.
Kerala is different from the rest of the India in many ways.
History was created in 1957 when Kerala became the first state in the world to democratically elect a Marxist government. It has the highest literacy rate in the country, lowest infant mortality rate and the highest female to male population ratio.