INDIA - Kerala, Kochi
Art of Indian subcontinent must be understood in relation to the culture and ideological concepts of this diverse and highly ritualistic civilization. Traditional Indian art is expressive, sensitive, and highly designed. It portrays a world, which has been relative to the beliefs of the Indian people. Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism - revolve around the conceptual paradox of existence. That is, our senses; sight, touch, smell, taste, and sound; and our emotions and inner spirit. Within Indian art, it is all these things that make our world. From the 11th to the 18th century, Indian Art undur influence of Islam became more geometrical. This rule dramatically changed the face of Indian Art. British rule brought with it Western influences. However, on the other hand, their archaeological studies uncovered many ancient examples of Indian art and Indian artists experimented with many of the early twentieth century art styles. Our Art Trails will take you on journey from ancient Ajanta caves to contemporary art venues such as Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
May our minds meet!
When we greet one another with NAMASTE, it means, MAY OUR MINDS MEET! The real meeting between people is the meeting of their minds, that is why we would like to speak with you before you travel with us...
Each journey is different for each person, and we respect that differences. That is why, we prefer speak with you before you travel with us. Kindly, fill in BOOKING FORM or send email to [email protected] and we will connect with you.
ART OF TRAVEL (When & Where to travel?) is based on a philosophy of three words: SPIRIT (Who to meet?), STORY (What to do?), STYLE (Where to stay?).
The price is available upon request. Rates vary depending on the time of the year and the number of people travelling, but also from your style!
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....and by the way, do write us few sentences about you! Because NAMASTE could be just a casual or formal greeting, a cultural convention or an act of worship. However, there is much more to it than meets the eye. The real meeting between people is the meeting of their minds. When we greet one another with namaste, it means, ‘may our minds meet’, indicated by the folded palms placed before the chest. The bowing down of the head is a gracious form of extending friendship in love, respect and humility. We are looking forward to sharing our thoughts with you!