Routing: Thiruvananthapuram – Kovalam – Alleppey (Houseboat) – Kumarakom – Munnar – Thekkady – Cochin
(10 Nights and 11 Days)
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(08 Nights/09 Days)
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(04 Nights and 05 Days)
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Duration : 11 Nights and 12 Days
Kerala or God’s Own Country is very intact with its strong tradition and cultural values which is visible upon the dresses which people of Kerala wear on several festivities or otherwise. The Kerala clothes or dresses signify the tranquillity and plainness of the surroundings which is transformed into the white and off white shades of clothing. In a way this clothing or dresses sense is a sign of the true essence of Kerala which is reflected upon both men and women equally. These white and off white shades or pattern of clothes have remained unchanged since centuries which not only reflect how strongly the people of Kerala honour their traditional values but also one can feel the reflection of old Kerala on the modern Kerala. These traditional dresses for men and women are known as Neriyathu and Mundu in local Kerala language, basically it is a long piece of pure white cloth with design work or golden zari work on the borders. Though Saris (traditional India dress for women) are also worn here in Kerala but the basic design work on the Kerala Sari is bit different from the other parts of India i.e. here they are in white or off white shades with typical border work done with golden thread.
The women in Kerala wear traditional costume Mundu which is form of long skirt to be worn below the waist. Usually it is of white or off white colour made from cotton and worn in summer. The border is the major design area comprises of unique coloured thread work or design pattern known as Kara. The Mundu is made from hand woven cloth. Along with the Mundu a traditional Neriyathu pull over is worn for the upper part of the body. Though this dress is worn as an everyday dress but on special occasions or festivals the border of the dress is transformed into a much attractive and detailed border made from golden threads or exclusive zari work. The type of saree which is famous in Kerala is Kaanjevaram which is worn on special occasion with heavy gold jewellery and other ornaments. Similarly the men wear a long piece of cloth known as Mundu draped from the waist to the ankle in a special format giving easy in walking around. Mostly these Mundus are of white or off white shades carrying forward the old traditions. Sometimes it has a silk border and also known as Kasavu Mundu normally accompanied with matching formal shirts. Though the modern cities Kerala are similar to any global metropolitan places where one can find people wearing global brands of shirts, trousers, suits, jeans and t-shirts etc.
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