Our History

Rajesh and Bijeesh are brothers who has put their heart and soul in to this company. Both are highly creative and a strong sense of co ordination. Their forefathers have been pioneers in the field of Folk Lore and Cultural Arts, this side of Central Kerala.

Kerala is a southern most state of India. Kerala'sculture — its civilization, artistic forms, beliefs, and worldview — are largely Dravidian in origin. Kerala can largely trace its m — a land defined by a commonTamil culture andencompassing the Chera, Chola, and Pandya kingdoms.At that time, the music, dance, language (first Dravida Bhasha — "Dravidian language" — then Tamil),and Sangam (a vast corpus of Tamil literature composed between 1,500–2,000 years ago) found in Kerala were all similar to that found inthe rest of Thamizhagom (today's Tamil Nadu). Later, Keralite culture was elaborated upon by centuries of contact with overseas lands — yet all through this time, its cultural heritage remained defined by its antiquity and organic continuity.

Kerala is a southern most state of India. Kerala'sNative traditions of classical performing arts include KOODIYATTOM, a form of Sanskrit drama or theatre and a UNESCO-designated Human Heritage Art. KATHAKALI (from katha ("story") and kali ("performance")) is a 500-year-old form of dance-drama that interprets ancient epics; a popularized offshoot of KATHAKALI is Kerala natanam (developed in the 20th century by dancer Guru Gopinath)

 

Rajesh and Bijeesh are brothers who has put their heart and soul in to this company. Both are highly creative and a strong sense of co ordination. Their forefathers have been pioneers in the field of Folk Lore and Cultural Arts, this side of Central Kerala.

Kerala is a southern most state of India. Kerala'sculture — its civilization, artistic forms, beliefs, and worldview — are largely Dravidian in origin. Kerala can largely trace its m — a land defined by a commonTamil culture andencompassing the Chera, Chola, and Pandya kingdoms.At that time, the music, dance, language (first Dravida Bhasha — "Dravidian language" — then Tamil),and Sangam (a vast corpus of Tamil literature composed between 1,500–2,000 years ago) found in Kerala were all similar to that found inthe rest of Thamizhagom (today's Tamil Nadu). Later, Keralite culture was elaborated upon by centuries of contact with overseas lands — yet all through this time, its cultural heritage remained defined by its antiquity and organic continuity.

Kerala is a southern most state of India. Kerala'sNative traditions of classical performing arts include KOODIYATTOM, a form of Sanskrit drama or theatre and a UNESCO-designated Human Heritage Art. KATHAKALI (from katha ("story") and kali ("performance")) is a 500-year-old form of dance-drama that interprets ancient epics; a popularized offshoot of KATHAKALI is Kerala natanam (developed in the 20th century by dancer Guru Gopinath)

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