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Pulikali ( Tiger Dance ) of Kerala. Pulikali is a rural art form which is about 200 years old. The make-up for the show is a painstaking affair with the artists getting themselves ready from the late hours of the night.


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Puli Kali : A popular folk art form in Kerala during Onam festival. ("Puli" = Leopard/Tiger & "Kali" = Play in Malayalam language)


Maruthoorkonam Mahadeva Temple: The traditional games of Onam festival- Puli Kali

The Very Colorful Puli Kali Walk at Onam Athachamayam 2012 Tripunithura Kerala India by Poonam Parihar, via Flickr


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Puli Kali ("Puli" = Leopard/Tiger & "Kali" = Play in Malayalam language) also known as Kaduvakali is a colorful recreational folk art from the state of Kerala. It is performed by trained artists to entertain people on the occasion of Onam, an annual harvest festival, celebrated mainly in the Indian state of Kerala.


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Tiger Parade by Shantanu Das via nationalgeographic: Artists painted as tigers transform a road into a carnival during the fourth day of Onam—an annual harvest festival in Kerala, India. #Kerala #India #Shantanu_Das #Tiger_Parade #nationalgeographic


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Danzantes con sus cuerpos pintados se preparan para participar en el arranque del festival anual de "Onam". Kerala, India.

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