The northern expansion of the Vembanad Lake from Kochi Azhi to the Munambam Azhi is famously known as Veeranpuzha. Without human settlements, this zone is loaded with paddy fields. There were customary ship administrations, route back in the mid 1980's. The Pokkali assortment of rice is what is developed in and around the banks of this stream. The development of rice starts by the long stretch of June and the gathering begins by November. Not long after the development of rice, the saltiness levels of the water gets high making it reasonable for prawn cultivating. Amid the blustery season, numerous nearby travelers come here to do calculating.
Numerous water front celebrations sorted out by the tourism division have begun picking up conspicuousness in the current circumstances. This is for the most part to pull in the remote voyagers.