A hand-like rock appears after floodwater recedes in Kerala’s Munnar
The Hush Post: The floods in Kerala have totally devastated the state that is called “God’s own country”. Munnar, the famous hill station of Kerala was among the worst flood-affected areas in the state. An interesting development has happened after which people are saying there was actually “God’s hand” behind the floods in “God’s own country”.
As the floodwater has receded, a rock surfaced in the Muthirapuzha River and it has left the local residents baffled, a report said.
The shape of the surfaced rock resembles like that of a hand and people are calling it the God’s hand. Some are saying that it was God’s hand behind the worst ever floods in God’s own country.
Munnar, the famous hill station of Kerala was among the worst flood-affected in the recent floods.
Munnar, which was gearing up to welcome lakhs of tourists from across the world to witness the blooming of Neelakurinji, which happens only once in twelve years was left in shambles after the city got flooded, the report said.
After the floodwaters have started receding, and road connectivity slowly being restored, Kerala and Munnar are limping back to normalcy.
With the marks left by the devastative floods are still visible, something unique has caught the attention of people. It is a rock that has surfaced after the floodwater has receded. And the shape of this rock is like of a giant hand and the people are calling it God’s hand.
Not surprising, a post is going viral on social media these days which says that fury of floods in Kerala was due to an open beef festival held in Kerala last year.