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Wayanad District In Kerala

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Wayanad District In Kerala

Wayanad District The destinations of the Wayanad district in Kerala are indeed fascinating and captivating and my first time visit to the place forced me to belittle the beauty of the other places I had visited till then. The amazing backwaters, splendid hill stations, houseboats, charming natural beauty and unblemished seashores gave me a lifetime […]

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Munnar Tea Estates

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Munnar Tea Estates

Tea bushes are planted 1 meter to 1.Part 5 meters to follow the contours of natural landscape.Sometimes grown in specially prepared to help irrigation terraces and prevent erosion. Fifty years ago tea plants were raised from tea seeds and they were known as seedlings. Each plantation grew its own seed bearers in tea trees which […]

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About Cochin

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About Cochin

Cochin is Located on the coast of the Arabian Sea.With one of the finest natural harbours in the world this was once a major center of commerce and trade with the British, Arabs, Chinese,Portu guese Dutch etc.. Kochi is the arguably the ideal starting point for exploring the unfathomable diversity and beauty of Kerala, rated […]

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Thattekad Bird Sanctuary In Kerala

Filed in Kerala Diaries by on November 17, 2016 0 Comments
Thattekad Bird Sanctuary In Kerala

The Thattekad Bird Sanctuary situated in the Ernakulam district of Kerala is a treasured entity for the state. The fauna and flora of this sanctuary is unmatchable and showcases a sight one would never have seen before. The migratory birds, the Periyar Game Reserve, houseboats, scenic splendor and exotic atmosphere, all contributes to build up […]

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Pakshipathalam Hill Station In Kerala

Filed in Kerala Diaries by on November 16, 2016 0 Comments
Pakshipathalam Hill Station In Kerala

Connecting to the natural beauty of Pakshipathalam Hill Station! Last year, Pakshipathalam was the place where we moved for a trekking. The unblemished beauty of the quite hill station along with the chaste forest surroundings, Pakshipathalam can be unquestionably tagged as the ‘Trekker’s Paradise’! Everybody was literally brushed off their feet as soon as we […]

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Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary In Kerala

Filed in Kerala Diaries by on November 16, 2016 0 Comments
Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary In Kerala

Exploring the mysterious Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary! Whenever I think of going on a wildlife tour, excitement starts storming my mind! This feeling right away stirs me to action! Adding to my exhilaration, I soon came to know that a couple of our colleagues are going to the Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Thiruvananthapuram on an official tour […]

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Wayanad Tribes

Filed in Wayanad by on November 15, 2016 0 Comments
Wayanad Tribes

Wayanad has the largest population of native people in Kerala. The native Adivasis mainly consist of various sects like Paniyas, Kurumas, Adiyars, Kurichyas, Ooralis, Kattunaikkans etc..This is the land where Tribes live in thatched roof, mud, bamboo and brick houses set in boggy valleys and tablelands. Of particular mentioned are their native streams of holistic […]

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Koodiyattam

Filed in Kerala Diaries by on November 15, 2016 0 Comments
Koodiyattam

Koodiyattam, Sanskrit drama performed in Kerala, India,has been recognised by UNESCO as a Human Heritage Art. Rightly so. It is the oldest existing classical theatre form in the entire world, having originated much before Kathakali and most other theatrical forms. It is considered to be at least 2000 years old. Kulasekhara Varma Cheraman Perumal, an […]

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Kerala Dance Forms : Aravanmuttu

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Kerala Dance Forms : Aravanmuttu

Aravanmuttu Another dance form especial to the Muslim community of Kerala is Aravanmuttu (also called Arbanamuttu), the origin of which can be traced back to the Arabs. It is still accompanied by Arabic music. Aravanmuttu is also called Duffmuttu. The name is attributed to the use of an instrument called duff or tap. Daff is […]

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Health Tourism In Kerala

Filed in Kerala Diaries by on November 13, 2016 0 Comments
Health Tourism In Kerala

Kerala is not only a beautiful destination in Southern India known for its scenic beaches and serene backwaters. Of late Kerala has gained international attention for Medical Tourism and is becoming a popular international medical tourism destination. Health and medical tourism is perceived as one of the fastest growing segments in marketing Destination India today. […]

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