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Kalari kshethra is a temple of Kerala Tradition. We have ancient Kathakali show from 05:00 pm to 06:00 pm and other Kalrippayattu show form 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm which is ancient fighting form and form which martial arts has been inspired.
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As in all Indian classical dance arts, the story in ‘Kathakali’ is also communicated through brilliant footwork and striking facial expressions .It is always complimented with music and vocal performance. What distinguishes it from the other Indian classical dance forms is the intricate and vivid...More
There’s not much to do in Munnar in the evening so these shows become another activity for the tourists.We watched both the shows Kathakali & Kalari & since we had already read some great reviews about both on TripAdvisor,we went with high expectations.But honestly it...More
We watched this show while in Munnar . This auditorium was close to our resort Parrakit in fact at walking distance . We watched both Kathakali and this show back to back ticket per head for front downs was 450 and back rows are 250...More
Didn’t expect much and came out feeling mesmerized. Acts performed were incredible with all sort of weapons, fire etc. brilliant art and performers. They called people from crowd to participate in few activities also photo opportunities for everyone at the end.
An excellent live performance by the Kalari Kshethra team! Dynamic and multiple rounds of martial art and fighting sequence! Good music and well paced. Tickets are INR 200 for all are fairly priced. The team also engaged with the audience at the end which was...More
It really gives a very proud feeling that we have such awesome and ancient art form in India. These people are preserving this art which is a very appreciable. Literally breathtaking and exciting experience to watch them jump over the fire and perform stunts.
We went to Munnar for a relaxing family vacation in mid of June and as we were looking for places to visit our driver suggest we go to kalarikshetra . We knew Kathakali as the traditional dance form so bought the tickets for that show...More