Tag: Kerala

Experiencing Theyyam, Traditional Folk Art Form of Kerala

Theyaam, a thousand-year-old ritual since the folklore has it that these Human Gods solve all the problems who pray to them.  

Handlooms of Kerala – Holding onto the Flag of Tradition

Kerala is known for its mundus and kasavu sarees that have been given GI tags to give importance to their uniqueness

Mohiniyattam – Grace and Elegance Personified

From being a flourishing art form to reaching its lowest point during the colonial rule, Mohiniyattam has survived and revived itself to maintain its glory and excellence over the years.

Alleppey – Beckoning Backwaters and Banana Fritters

As Alleppey Express started rolling, so many things I heard and read about Alleppey and its beauty kept my mind occupied.

Best Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations in India

There are places in India which are gorgeous and unexplored, perfect for the honeymoon kind. This list advices you some of the best offbeat honeymoon destinations in India.

Amazingly Beautiful Offbeat Places in India

While you might have visited the mainstream travel destinations of India, there are certainly some amazingly beautiful offbeat places in India you’ve missed on.

Kochi Muziris Biennale 2016 – All Set to Inspire

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016 – a contemporary art exhibition is set to begin this month in Kochi, showcasing paintings, sculptures, installations, performing arts, film shows

A Window to Kerala Culture: An Enchanting Land

Kerala culture is an eclectic mix of south Indian culture, traditions and customs. Individual characteristics stand out across North, Central and South Kerala.

Trek to the Luscious Dhoni Falls

Situated 15 km from Palakkad, Dhoni forest has emerged as one of the famous trekking destinations in the South. Read more.

Munnar – A Lush Green Art of Nature

Whether you are an offbeat traveller or a package tourist, Munnar is a definitely a pleasant after taste that you can carry back with you : )

59 Years and the Amazing Race Continues

I have heard my family talk about the Nehru boat race ever since I was a child. With great excitement they discuss the race and watch the entire race on television. Post this there is an extensive review of the same and a long list of could-have-been scenarios. I had never shown much interest in the details or the event itself.

Travelling to Wayanad? Here is Our Tip to Make it a Hit!

Camping, forest walks, plantation tours, organic farming, tree houses, and riding on the waves - the list of adventures and activities to do at Wayanad is really long!

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