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Traditional Art Forms of Kerala Introduction


We at highly emphasise to spread the stylised and precise art form of kerela, the kathakali to the is one of the oldest theatre forms in the is also a masterpiece that captures life like events.We are adapt to the modern art form ,like it can be scripted for any religious events

Bamboo Orchestra

The rationality of Bamboo Orchestra in expectation of the new century is to form music which could be shared by all from the heart through "the exceptionally reverberating sound" got from bamboo, normal material in nature. The formation of bamboo music rises above every ethnic identitie, identities, large numbers of music learning and kinds when every individual unassumingly confronts the bamboo one of nature's blessings and its resounding sound. The procedure of such innovative musical combination results in the advancement of new connections in the middle of nature and individuals, and between individuals themselves

Kerala Traditional Art Forms

Our Services

We are a pioneer in performing arts of kerela . we perform our events all over the country. we also provide artist based on the clients needs .we ensure prompt response at your request,And we advise you to book in an advance of two months due to heavy and tight schedules

Pulikali dance for your event

Pulikali or Tiger dance, one of the popular folk art forms popular in Kerala during Onam festival.Pulikali is a rural art form which is about 200 years old.Pulakali Dance is a part of the Onam festivities (Thiruvonam) and is generally performed on the fourth day of the onam fesivals.As part of the performance,groups of local men would have their bodies and faces painted to resemble tigers.this event generates a great deal of excitement

Kalari for your event

Karali traditional form of martial art that started in Kerala A traditional form of martial art that started in Kerala.The influence of Kalaripayattu is evident in the indigenous art forms of Kerala such as Kathakali, Kolkali, Teyyam, Poorakkali, Velakali etc. Kalaripayattu is the oldest existing martial art form, dating back more than 2000 years