In an eerie twist, a river in a swamp is turning into a tourist attraction.
The Ganges River is being used as a tourist hotspot by tourists to get their pictures taken in the murky water, the Times of Indian reported on Wednesday.
The river is one of the largest in the world, with a length of 1,094km (1,088 miles).
The Ganga in Kerala is known for its spectacular waters, which make it the largest waterway in the country.
But it has also been contaminated by pollution from mining and industrial activities.
The tourist industry in Kerala has been suffering for some time due to pollution from the mines and mining operations, the report said.
Tourists from other states, such as Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra, have come to visit the river to enjoy the water.