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    Theyyam Hindu Ritual, Kerala, India

    Kerala, India

    A traditional kerala saree; with mullapoo (jasmine flowers) and simple gold jewellery

    Vishu was a reaffirmation of our bond with nature and the land. It was a harvest festival that celebrated the advent of spring. It marked the beginning of the agricultural calendar when ‘njattuvela' started with Vishu in the Malayalam month of Medam. Vishu or ‘Vishuvat' means equal and signifies one of the equinoxes, in this case, the spring equinox. At this time the sun is positioned vertically above a point on the equator and we have equal number of hours of daylight and darkness.

    Kerala by Mélimélopée, via Flickr

    elephants and the coconut trees: Mambazha pachadi / Ripe mango in yogurt

    Inside a Nalukettu home

    Nalukettu during rain

    Kerala Backwater, India

    Kerala Home Garden

    Kerala, India #dreams

    My Kitchen Treasure: Achappam / Kerala Rosette cookies

    Harihara - Combined Deity Form of Both Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara) (Reprint on Paper - Unframed))

    Sri Krishna

    Kerala mural

    Kerala Flowers

    Padayani is a traditional folk-dance form of Kerala. Padayani or padeni colloquial speech, is one of the most colourful and spectacular ritual art associated with the festivals of certain temples in southern Kerala, south India

    Padmanabhapuram Palace : Though located at Thuckalai in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu, (65 kms south of Thiruvananthapuram) this former palace of Travancore is a splendid example of Kerala architecture.

    Drummer in Munnar, Kerala. India.

    Kappil lake…near Varkala Kerala