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Art & Culture Of Kerala

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Art & Culture In Kerala

An amalgamation of Dravidian and Aryan cultures and heritage, the unique culture of Kerala has developed over the years as one of the richest in the country. The native traditions of classical performing arts such as Koodiyattom, Kathakali, Koothu, Mohiniyaattam, Thullal, Thirayattam, Padayani, Theyyam, Kummattikali, Kannyar Kali, Oppana and Margam Kali. These include dances, dance-dramas and tribal folk art forms. Kathakali is a 300-year-old dance form that combines major aspects of opera, ballet, masque, and pantomime art forms.

The Keralite music, world renowned, is quite influenced by Carnatic Music. The major genres and sub-genres of traditional music in Kerala includes melam, which is especially performed in temples and religious festivals. It is a percussive style of music, and quite popular among tourists as well as locals.

Other major aspects of Keralite culture includes literature, folklore and martial arts such as Kalaripayattu. Kerala is also home to a plethora of temples, and most of them celebrate annual festivals. Some aspects of these annual festivals are unique to the region, as well as unique to the temple itself. The importance of elephants in Kerala culture is also highly defined. They are given a very prestigious place and are considered indispensable for temple festivals. The Malayali people in the state make sure to maintain and keep building on the rich cultural heritage of the state.


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Cochin Carnival In Kochi

The most unique aspect of tourism in Kochi that cannot be found anywhere else is the amazing Cochin carnival in Kochi that takes place in the aesthetically beautiful area of Fort Kochi every year in the last week of December. There are a lot of other reasons to visit Kochi, such as the scenic beaches, wonderful activities ...

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Chinese Fishing Nets In Kochi

The Chinese fishing nets in Kochi  are particularly famous for adding additional beauty to the beaches and the mundane waters. They are one of the most photographed sites in Kochi, and deservingly so. Their silhouettes against the sunset create a breathtaking view. The Nets are a famous tourist attraction as the mechanisms ...

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Folklore Museum In Kochi


Folklore Junction, Thevara, Cochin Kerala, South India.

The Folklore Museum in Kochi aims at providing education and knowledge to the art lovers, researchers, and travelers from all over the world. This museum is the only museum that is built with exquisit...

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Santa Cruz Basilica In Kochi


Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica Fort Cochin, Cochin-682001 K...

Santa Cruz Basilica is a Roman Catholic Church in Fort Kochi and one of the eight basilicas in India, making it an extremely special location for tourists. They visit the Basilica to admire the archit...

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Bolgatty Palace in Kochi


Bolgatty Palace, Bolgatty, Ernakulam, Kerala 682504

The Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) operates a luxurious island resort in Kochi that is the oldest Dutch palace outside of Holland. Read more about Bolgatty Palace timings and history be...

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Spend time at Mattencherry Palace to soak in the serenity
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Mattancherry Palace in Kochi


Mattancherry, Kochi, Kerala 682002

A double-storeyed structure exemplifying the blend of colonial and Kerala architectural styles faces the tranquil backwaters of Kochi in the neighbourhood of Mattancherry.

Built by the Portuguese i...

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Tea Museum in Munnar


Nullatanni, Munnar, Kerala 685612

Opened by Tata Tea group in 2005, the Tea Museum diligently displays the origin and evolution of century-old tea plantations in Munnar. The museum is among the most significant places to visit in Munn...

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