Aranmula Kanadi

December 21, 2015

Aranmula kanadi it is a front surface reflection mirror, which eliminates secondary reflections and aberrations typical of back surface mirrors. The exact metals used in the alloy are unknown to people and is maintained as a family secret; however metallurgists suggest the alloy to be a mix of copper and tin. It is then polished.. read more →

Nehru Trophy Boat Race

December 21, 2015

Nehru Trophy Boat Race, Alappuzha- The Nehru Boat Race is Kerala’s most looked forward to sporting event, and attended by participants and tourists from across the state’s borders. Held at Punnamada Lake in Alappuzha on the second Saturday of August every year, the event took shape after such an affair was organised in honour of.. read more →

Margamkali

December 21, 2015

Margamkali Margamkali is a very ancient and the most popular artistic performance prevalent among the Syrian Christians of Kerala. The word ‘margam’ means ‘path’ and it was meant for the propagation of Christian religious ideas. Margamkali is performed mainly by men on festive occasions, especially during the time of marriage. The dance is performed by.. read more →

Duff Muttu

December 21, 2015

Duff Muttu The Duff Muttu or the Dubh Muttu, or the Duff Kali is a folk entertainment item popular among the Muslims of the Malabar region in Kerala, performed to commemorate their festivals, nuptial ceremonies or Urooses (festivals and occasions connected with Mosques) and also for social entertainment. The art form is also known as.. read more →

Kalaripayattu

December 21, 2015

Kalaripayattu Kalaripayattu, the vibrant traditional martial art of Kerala, has been a part of the history and culture of Kerala from time immemorial. Kalaripayattu’s origin in Kerala is traced back to the mythological incident of the 6th avatar of Vishnu, Parashurama. Parashurama created the land now called Kerala by throwing his axe into the heaving.. read more →