@keralatourism on Instagram have full name is Kerala Tourism. Here you can discover all stories, photos, videos posted by keralatourism on Instagram.
You can see all stories, posts, likes, followers, followings, comments, and so on identified with Kerala Tourism Instagram Profile from here.
Altogether keralatourism has 239,000 followers and follows 1 on Instagram. Since joining Instagram keralatourism has posted around 2,000 photos and videos there altogether.
On the off chance that you need take after more updates or need to get general cautions at whatever point keralatourism posts anything on instagram click here and follow the user.
The Nishagandhi Dance Festival 2020, a week-long extravaganza of dance, music and art, kicked off last night on a high note. It was a grand occasion for art lovers to watch renowned dancers from all over India, showcasing their classical moves with captivating performances at Kanakakkunnu Palace.
The Nishagandhi Dance Festival 2020, a week-long extravaganza of dance kicks off on a high note. It is a grand occasion for art lovers to watch renowned classical dancers from all over India at Kanakakkunnu Palace, Thiruvananthapuram.
The Nishagandhi festival, a seven-day cultural fiesta held at the Nishagandhi Auditorium, commences tomorrow in the majestic premises of the lush green Kanakakkunnu Palace in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram.
Thalankara, a sleepy hamlet in #Kasaragod, enjoys an exclusive space in the cultural map of Kerala with its handmade traditional Muslim caps popularly known as ‘Thalankara thoppi’. The making is a time-consuming process which requires a keen eye for detail, creativity & patience. #explorekerala
One of the world’s largest living teak trees is found at the Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, with a fantastic height of 39.98 m, and girth of 7.15 m. Tribals worship the tree as Kannimara or ‘Virgin Tree’. It has been awarded ‘Mahavriksha Puraskar’ by the Government of India. #explorekerala
The Padmanabhaswamy temple and its precincts were bathed in the light of one lakh lamps yesterday, and thousands of devotees thronged the temple to witness the visual spectacle of light #Lakshadeepam, which marks the culmination of Murajapam, a ritual held once in 6 years.
Thiruvananthapuram gearing up for Lakshadeepam, the grand spectacle which is the culmination of the 56-day Murajapam festival, at Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple tonight. Be there to witness it.
Beef Ularthiyathu - Tender chunks of beef, slow-roasted with aromatic spices, coconut pieces, and curry leaves. Check the recipe out on our webpage.
KLF will open the stage for a conglomeration of authors, writers, poets, artists, literary luminaries and literature enthusiasts from different walks of life from across 12 nations, a shared platform for distinctive views and ideas of different generations and cultures.
Marutha Kolam is a dance that expresses various emotions of motherhood, humour, and devotion, worshipping the Goddess Marutha. The mask is made of a single Areca nut leaf, and the hair is made using coconut palm leaves, with a mostly green costume to go with it.
Some of the images from this years Muziris Paddle.
Swathi Sangeetholsavam, a ten-day festival of music celebrating the compositions of Maharaja Swathi Thirunal, starts tomorrow at the Kuthiramalika Palace, Trivandrum.
The Cochin Carnival is a cultural reflection of the hybrid past of Fort Kochi. Who is heading to there tonight?