Heavy rain lashed several parts of Kerala on Monday and Tuesday, killing at least 14 people. As many as 34,693 people from 8,033 families have so far been relocated to 265 relief camps in the state, PTI reported.

Landslips damaged crops and property in Idukki, Kottayam and Pathanamthitta districts. Three people are missing, The News Minute reported.

Property worth Rs 8 crore was damaged, Kerala Revenue Minister E Chandrasekharan said.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has instructed district collectors to be on alert as the India Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain in the state till July 20. He said he has asked officials to ensure supply of drinking water in areas that were affected by the floods.

Here are some photographs of the flooding caused by the rain:

A partially submerged car in Kottayam district's Pala town (Photo credit: Madhumitha Tony Jose)
A view of the Kallampatty adivasi colony in Wayanad (Photo credit: Shaji Paul Kalpetta)
Boats were pressed into service to rescue stranded people in Pala (Photo credit: Madhumitha Tony Jose)
The Ernakulam railway station was flooded on Tuesday (Photo credit: Subash)
A view of Chellanam beach in Kochi on Tuesday (Photo by special arrangement)
People wade through flood water at Pala in Kottayam district (Photo credit: Madhumitha Tony Jose)
A submerged car in Pala town of Kottayam district (Photo credit: Madhumitha Tony Jose)
A view of the Chellanam beach in Kochi (Photo by special arrangement)