Idukki is one of the 14 locale of Kerala state, India,1 made on 26 January 1972. Around then, the locale base camp was at Kottayam. In June 1976 it was moved to Painavu. Idukki which lies in the Western Ghats of Kerala. Idukki is the second biggest region in zone however has the most minimal populace thickness. Idukki has an immense woodland hold territory; in excess of a half of the region is secured by backwoods. The urban territories are thickly populated though towns are inadequately populated. Idukki is otherwise called the zest garden of Kerala.
Idukki area is a thickly forested, hilly locale in the south Indian territory of Kerala. In the north, Anamudi mountain towers over Eravikulam National Park, where the uncommon, blue Neelakurinji blossom sprouts at regular intervals. Close-by, Munnar is a slope station known for its sprawling tea estates and Tea Museum. More distant south is the immense, bended Idukki Dam and Periyar National Park, a tiger and elephant save.