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Varkala, The best of South

Varkala is a haven for every beach lover. The breeze in Varkala has so much to offer that you would never go indoors. Varkala beach offers locals and visitors a unique shore experience. Getting out...

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Health

The Healing Touch

For centuries, Vaidyars (traditional practitioners of Ayurveda) were the only available doctors for every kind of diseases in Kerala. Unlike the other Indian states, Ayurveda in Kerala is not an alternative but mainstream. In fact,...

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Travel

Kerala celebrates the Malayalam New Year grandly as does the adjoining areas of Tamil Nadu. Vishu falls on the first day in the Malayalam month of Medam, when the sun enters into Ashwini nakshatra. Vishu...

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Kollam

Coir originates from the Malayalam word ‘kayar’. India and Sri Lanka manufacture 90% of the coir produced every year. Pollachi and the coastal region of Kerala State together produces around 20% of the total world...

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Kollam

The introduction of cashew to India was made in Goa by a native of Eastern Brazil nearly five centuries back. Considered as a crop for afforestation and soil binding, it spread from here to other...

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‘ChundanVallam’ literally means beaked boats because of the way their rear portion towers to a height of 20ft. They are also known as snake boats as their front portion is long, around 83ft and 6...

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Popularly known as “Venice of the east”, Alleppey or Alappuzha is one of the most attractive places in Kerala. Completely connected by waterways to other popular tourist destinations of Kerala – Kumarakom, Cochin and Quilon,...

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“Kalaripayattu”,?a prominent Indian martial art is considered to be one of the oldest traditions of martial training and self defence techniques in the World. Originated from the Malayalam words ‘Kalari” and “Payatt”, Kalaripayattu means a...

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