The culture of Kerala is one of its kinds in India. It always attracts travelers from all parts of the country. Some of the major events showcasing Kerala’s culture are the Onam Festival, the Temple festival at Thrissur, the annual Snake Boat Race at Alleppey, and the festivals of Id and Christmas.
There are also many forms of music & dance in Kerala, be it vocal or instrumental. The devotional songs are sung so beautifully that it is no less than a divine experience listening to them attentively. It is very melodious. Apart from the dance & music forms, Kerala also has an ancient form of martial art known as "kalaripayattu". Have a glimpse into Kerala art & culture while touring God's Own Country. Catch up the cultural performances at the theatres in Kerala and explore the typical Keralite architecture.
Kerala also prides for its cultural and religious, this small but enviable state along the west coast of South India is indeed a melting pot of cultural multiplicity. Make a dreamy holiday tour to Kerala “God’s own Country”, during festival seasons and be eyewitness grand celebrations being held for one reason or another.
You will be amused to read about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala, which till date is intact in almost all natives of Kerala.
Welcome to the miraculous land of melody and rhythm, Kerala. Watch Kathakali, Mohiniattam, Theyyam and pursue, a 300-year-old dance form is one of the most popular dance forms, developed exclusively in Kerala, one that enthralls you the most. This dance exhibits a gorgeous amalgamation of color, dance, music, drama and expressions.
Other dance forms of Kerala are Mohiniyattom, Thullal, Krishnanattom, Koodiyattom, Kolkkali, Thiruvathirakali, Oppanna and Chavittunatakom.India Tours,
Apart from traditional dance and art, entreat your eyes with some of these merriments on your visit through the Kerala Backwaters. Kerala also excels in Kalaripayattu, an eminent marital art form. Considered as the oldest and most scientific, it is the most comprehensive form of martial arts. Interestingly, even kung-fu is believed to have originated from Kalaripayattu. The present culture of Kerala is the consequence of the unique blend of cultural fusion and communal adaptation.
Kerala shows a perfect blend of traditional Dravidian culture and modern values, which originally comes from inside. The rambling greenery, the glittering backwaters, the mouth-watering cuisine and the Dravidian culture - all have intrigued people worldwide for ages and hauled his imagination to a high. Pay a visit to the appealing state of Kerala and know the Indian culture from a closer distance.
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