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Thaipooyam Mahotsavam 2020

A glimpse of Thaipuyam festival in Kerala

Thaipooyam is a famous Hindu festival celebrated all across South India like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, etc and also by the Tamil speaking community settled in Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, South Africa, and elsewhere around the world. In this blog, we have given a complete guide about Thaipuyam Festival in Kerala. So continue reading,…

Adoor Gajamela 2020

Adoor, Sree Parthasarathy temple, Gajamela festival, caparisoned elephants in ritual procession

Serving as a visual treat for the spectators, Adoor Gajamela is the grand pageant of richly caparisoned elephants that forms the star attraction of the ten-day annual festival held at Sree Parthasarathy Temple in Adoor, Pathanamthitta district of Kerala. This year the spectacular Adoor Gajamela falls on 4th February 2020.

Best Places To Visit In Kerala In February 2020

A young women enjoying canoe ride in Kerala during February

A year-round tourist destination, Kerala can be visited at any time in any season. But a visit to the most romantic Kerala in the most romantic month of February is a special experience. The climate in Kerala in February is so pleasant and delightful that befits every traveller’s comfort and desire as well as offers plenty of choices to explore the beauty and magnificence of God’s Own Country. Check out the list of Best Places To Visit In Kerala In February 2020 to add in your travel itinerary.

Traditional Art Forms Of Kerala

Artists performing Kerala's oldest traditional martial art form Kalaripayattu on a beach in Kerala, India

Kerala art forms are something special that helps you to understand the vibrant cultural heritage of the state on a deeper level. In this blog we have listed some of the famous and major traditional art forms of Kerala. To take a sneak peek into the Traditional Art Forms of Kerala, continue reading this blog to the end.

Best Places To Visit In Kerala In January 2020

A wide-view shot of a multi-ethnic group of friends standing next to the Munnar tea plantations in Kerala

Being one of the peak seasons, a visit to Kerala in January is full of fabulous experiences with countless fun-filled activities to enjoy, a lot of adventurous sports to give you an adrenaline rush, festivals to feast your senses, and myriads of tourist attractions to discover the cultural heritage, astounding beauty, remarkable history and grandeur of the place.