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.
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.
Thikkodi Beach is located just 36 Km away from Kozhikode city. Being the first drive-in beach in Kozhikode and the second of its kind in Kerala, the Thikkodi Beach is sure to attract many driving enthusiasts offering them an unforgettable experience of driving along the vast stretch of sandy shores.
The merriment and cheerfulness of Christmas last till the New Year’s eve in God’s Own Country, Kerala. With delicious cakes, wines, sweets, gifts, parties, carnivals, and grand feasts, Kerala celebrates a holly jolly Christmas season and a splendid New Year’s eve, regardless of caste and creed.
One of the most popular and spectacular festivals in Kerala, the Cochin Carnival brings a lot of joy and delight to the people of Kerala. During this festival, you can see a huge number of visitors from all parts of the world to celebrate and participate in various events conducted during the festival days.