The Very Colorful Puli Kali Walk at Onam Athachamayam 2012 Tripunithura Kerala India
Dances of Onam have always caught the imagination of the people from all parts of the globe for their uniqueness and bizarreness. Pulikali is one of those peculiar and vibrant dances that add to the festivities and culture exhibition of the state. A team of trained artists perform this folk dance to keep the locals amused during the festival. Also popular as Kaduvaakali, it’s a two-century old dance form still kept in prevalence by the artists. Based around the theme of “playing with…
"The 100-120 feet long canoes made of a forest wood locally called "Aanjili " carrying 90- 110 rowers which moves like a snake through the channels (hence the name), is an eye catching sight for any one. The Chundan Vallam also has the record for " being the biggest water vessel used for sports purpose" A shot from Kottapuram Boat Race.
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