India's first state-run global artist village is all set to open in Kannur in Kerala. The village, of international standards, is meant to provide artists from the country and abroad a common platform to live and work together. The Kerala Lalithakala Akademi, under the Department of Cultural Affairs, has designed the facility which will open on September 29. State Minister for Culture K C Joseph will inaugurate the village located at Kakkannanpara in Sreekandapuram. The artist village, or Kalagramam, comprises of studios-cum-residential complex where artists can come, stay and work together. A number of dignitaries, comprising those with art, culture and political background including well-known artist and Akademi chairman Kattoor Narayanapillai and vice chairman Chit...Read More...
Amid the lush greenery and hills of Wayanad are a couple of ancient Jain temples. One, with ‘national heritage’ status, is all set for uplift by ASI.
They offer a peek into history, a slice from the lives of the youth and a reflection of the times they lived in. Brennen College magazines will live on.
Subid makes toys, ‘non-violent toys’, and his life is his message. A beautiful message of compassion and against wastefulness and crass materialism.
Anna Phipps is a travel blogger from UK who spent 2 weeks in March exploring Kerala. Here she talks to Vijith Vazhayil about her experience.
As we celebrate the birth centenary of the timeless voice of Kozhikode Abdul Khader, let us relive those magical evenings of ghazals and mehfils.
A casual trip with friends from Bangalore to Masinagudi in the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Nilgiris, proves highly enjoyable for JAYASRI ACHARYA.
As mercury level soars to unbearable limits, a lush green farm house in Sohar, Oman, owned by a Kerala businessman continues to attract visitors.
By calling for boycott of Kerala, are animal rights activists making too much of Kerala government’s moves to control stray dog population?
The Crafts Village, Sargaalaya, Kerala Tourism’s pioneering enterprise has grown to become a microcosm of the rural heritage of the whole of India.