Visit Sea India Foundation to enjoy the traditional dance forms of Kathakali and enjoy the cultural heritage of Kerala. Sea India Foundation is a renowned dance theatre in Kerela which stages small-scale Kathakali performances frequently. If you are really a great admirer of Kerala’s traditional dance form, this is the only stand to head to. Kathakali shows are typically concentrated on the cultural and religious expressions. For those who do not have any idea about Kathakali, is basically a dance form and motivated from 'Krishnanattam', which is also an traditional dance form of 17th century.This dance style showcases the accounts and instances from the life of Lord Krishna. 101 stories are available which were delineated through the dance forms, but now-a-days the modern Kathakali covers approximately 30 out of 101.
Colorful makeup of the Kathakali performers made it more popular, refined and aesthetic dance form over the years. It has most important five elements of 'Natyam' or expressions, 'Nritham' or dance, 'Nrithyam' or enactment/mudras, 'Geetha' or a song attachment, and 'Vadyam' or an instrumental attachment.
|Timings||All days of the week 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||1 to 2 hours|
|Entry Fee||Rs 300/- |