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A Kathakali performance to remember this trip by
Kathakali In Munnar

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Pay heed to all the instructions given during the performance

Consuming alcohol before or during the performance is strictly prohibited

Make sure you don’t litter the area during a Kathakali show

Take care of your belongings in the cultural center

Make sure you don't cause a nuisance to other viewers while taking pictures

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How much does a Kathakali show in Munnar cost?

A Kathakali show costs INR 200/- at the Punarjani Cultural village in Munnar. Children below the age of 6 are given a complimentary entry.

Where can a visitor watch a Kathakali show in Munnar?

The Punarjani cultural village in Munnar is the place to catch a Kathakali show. They perform daily from 5 to 6 PM. They also perform the traditional Kalarippayattu martial art show from 6 to 7 PM.

What is Kathakali?

Kathakali is an ancient and traditional dance form of Kerala, using elaborate make-ups, costumes, masks and set-ups. Kathakali originated in the 17th century and has its roots in Hindu mythology.

Where does Kathakali dance come from?

Although its actual origin is unclear, however, this dance form emerged from coastal regions in South India during the 17th century. The popular belief is that Kathakali has emerged from "Krishananattam", a dance drama on the life and activities of Lord Krishna. It is a combination of dramatic make-up, facial expressions, mudras and soothing music.