The people of Kerala, ‘God’s Own Country’ are known to be the simplest and extremely down to earth, who lead a simple lifestyle. Most of them stick to their original and traditional way of living, which is away from the glitter of the stressful city life. Known as ‘Keralites’, the natives of Kerala like to stay close to their ancient traditions, rituals, practices and religion. The women generally dress- up in their traditional attire, known as Set Mundu, which looks like a sari that is worn with a blouse. This attire involves careful draping of 2 pieces of long cloth on oneself. Keralite men generally wear white-colored Mundu (dhoti) along with a shirt or a cotton ‘lungi’. Men, who live in city, wear pants and shirts and women wear saris. kerala is every food-lover’s paradise. Kerala cuisine offers a multitude of dishes, ranging from the traditional sadya to seafood delicacies. Sadya is an elaborate feast with the number of side dishes ranging from 16 to 60. Both vegetarians and non-vegetarians have a wide variety of dishes to choose from.