Ramakalmedu is a hillstation and stands at a top of three,500 ft above sea stage. Ramakalmedu providing a panoramic view of hills and picturesque view of villages of Tamilandu. Ramakalmedu entry by Thekkady – Munnar route.Ramakalmedu embrace locations like frog rock, turtle rock and the best twin-statue in Kerala; known as kuravan and kurathi. The place will get its identify from the impressions of the ft discovered on the rock floor right here, which is believed to be of Rama, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, as advised within the Indian epic Ramayana.Though Ramakkalmedu has potential for it to turn into a world vacationer vacation spot, and already attracts greater than 100,000 guests. Nonetheless, as of 2015 not a lot had been finished for the development of primary services close by. The federal government of Kerala has introduced plans to develop this vacationer station by enhancing transportation services with buses, upgrading of the Kerala police and different measures.Ramakalmedu is a historic website with a Monument to Kuravan and Kurathi – a big statue that depicts the Sangam Interval and Sangam panorama of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The monument gives a panoramic view of Tamil Nadu villages and cities, together with Cumbum, Theni, Kombe, Thevaram, Uthamapalayam, Bodinaykannor and Vaiga. Rolling inexperienced hills and the recent mountain air make Ramakalmedu a fascinating retreat. The view is placing at nightfall when all these cities are lighted. Rama – kal – medu actually means “Land of Rama’s Stone” or “Land where Rama kept his leg” (Rama is a Hindu God within the epic Ramayana). One story says that Lord Rama stored his ft on the tip of Ramakkalmedu to look Ravana the King of Lanka, who kidnapped his spouse Sita.The statue by C.B Jinan was erected on the highest of the hill within the 12 months 2005. The statue depicts two historic characters behind the development of the Idukki Dam. The rocks between the Idukki dam are named after Kuravan and Kurathi, who helped authorities to search out the precise place for setting up the dam. Fixed wind is one other issue which makes Ramakkalmedu distinctive. Wind blows at a velocity round 35 km/ hour at Ramakkalmedu all year long regardless of the season and time.Villages like Pushpakandam and Kuruvikanam close to Ramakkalmedu is the second place in Kerala the place wind power farm is put in,although it’s non-public holdings. At the moment the capability is at about 14.25 MW of NEG MICON Make Wind Mills. This electrical energy is distributed to Kerala State Electrical energy Board. Despite the fact that Ramakkalmedu has potential to supply a lot electrical energy, as it’s mentioned to be one in every of Asia’s largest wind blowing space.