After 2008 its for the first time, Kerala has received this much rain. It is said that we have received more than 40% rain that we have ever received in the last few years. The raining had caused many hazards, spreading of many viral diseases, road block, many of the families has to evacuated their home, many people are dead and gone missing, the dams are over filled which has increased the threat of people, landslide, homes are damaged and flood.
Here are few photos from Google images of the heavy raining in Kerala.
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