Lush green paddy fields of Kerala
The vast expanse of paddy fields is a hallmark of the socio-cultural heritage of the State of Kerala, most popularly known as God’s Own Country. Since rice is the most important cereal and the staple food produced and consumed in Kerala, paddy cultivation is quite an integral component of the State.
Kuttanad, often known as the rice granary of Kerala, has vast stretches of verdant paddy fields, interlaced with captivating backwaters, offering unforgettable sights. The region is noted for its farming below the sea level (about 4 to 10 feet). The video here is all about the rich and lush green paddy fields of Kuttanad.