Kerala’s famed hill station, Munnar was one of the worst affected in the recent floods that hit the state.
The hill station, 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 entire city got flooded.
Now with the flood waters receding, and road connectivity slowly being restored, the tourist hotspot is on its way to recovery.
While the marks left by the devastative floods are still visible, something unique has caught the attention of people.
A rock which surfaced in the Muthirapuzha River after the water receded has left the locals baffled.
The rock appear to be in the shape of a human hand, and has five fingers.
According to locals it is the hand of God”who saved Munnar from the floods. But according to others, the rock which was under water all the time could have take the hand shape due the powerful waterflow.
God’s hand or not, the rock is attracting a lot of visitors now, and if you are planning to visit Munnar anytime soon, do check this out in the Kochi-Danushkodi bypass birdge.