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Kalaripayattu - The oldest of martial arts-is a gift to the modern world and known as the mother of all martial arts. legend traces the 3000-year old art form to sage Parasurama-the master of all martial art forms and credited to be the re-claimer...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Kumily Thekkady Road | Periyar Tiger Reserve, Thekkady 685509, India
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Went with my wife and small kid to watch the Kathakali show. The show is good if you like culture and tradition of India. They start with basic gestures at the start of the show, this is so that you understand the story at the...More
We booked ticket online for kerala tradition martial art for kalaripayt show which is for one hour.it has good parking facility.. we got our tickets with seat number..the show takes place inside rectangular amphitheatre like building. The show was excellent especially the fire jump and...More
We had visited this with not much expectations but it was beyond impressive.
The acts were thrilling and death defying. Real weapons, attacks, as well as fire..
Even if injured or burned, the show just continues.
Overall a must visit.
Kalari is an ancient Martial art and the performance was simply superb. We saw Kathakali show one evening and Kalari on the other which happen in adjacent places in same campus. Kalari is definitely a must watch.
This was my first time experiencing Kalari and Kathakali performances, and it was a wonderful experience! We originally came just to see the Kathakali dance, but were convinced to buy tickets to see Kalari too and we're glad we did! The Kalari men did a...More
Excellent show of Keralian Martial arts. Well trained guys perform various stunts without and with weapons and in d climax play with fire.
Their practice and hardwork is amply visible in each stunt.
Only drawback is commentary which needs better mike and sound management.
It is an interesting show. Unfortunately, the presentation is very poor: you cannot hear/understand anything because of the sound system.
Highly appreciated the efforts of the local community to encourage and promote such traditions to the tourists
The performers were excellent, very skilled and great entertainment. The show was spoiled though by the poor announcer. It was hard to understand what he was saying and he was too loud. It would have been nice to have known a bit more about what...More