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DEL Airport Address
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, Delhi 110037, Delhi
Contact Number:-  0124 337 6000
CNN Airport Address
Kannur International Airport
Mattannur, Kannur - Mattannur Rd, Kerala 670702, Kannur
Contact Number:-  0490 247 4464
Welcome to the capital of India – Delhi the city which has a rustic charm. Explore the Mughal architecture of the spectacular Jama Masjid or visit the other famous monument like the Red fort, Humayun’s Tomb or even the Lalbagh Fort. New Delhi is an administrative district of the city, designed by architect Edwin Lutyens in the days of the British Raj. Grand buildings such as the Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate war memorial came after Delhi was crowned capital of India by the British in 1911. Shopping at Connaught place or the best experience at Chandni Chowk for an authentic Delhi. Indulge in variety of food to your platter. Delhi has much more to explore book your next flight on FareHawker best assured airfare across all online portal.
Nice to Know - The Old Town (Old Delhi) was founded in 1639 as Shahjahanabad; the British moved India’s capital from Kolkata to Delhi (New Delhi) in 1911.
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Best time to visit - October to March when the weather is at its best. During this period flowers are at their blooming and weather is enjoyable.
Kerala offers many popular tourist destinations of which Kannur is considered one of the best tourist spots in north Kerala. Kannur, on the other hand, is also one of the larger cities. As per the latest survey, the population of Kannur district is 2.5 million.
Kannur, a beach town, is one of the larger cities in Kerala and the administrative headquarters of Kannur district. The district consists of many towns and villages including Thalassery town (called Tellicherry during the colonial era), the first heritage town of Kerala due to its historical significance. Kannur, often known as the “crown of Kerala” because of its natural treasures, is bordered by the Western Ghats to the east, Kozhikode and Wayanad districts to the south, Lakshadweep Sea (Laccadive Sea) to the west and Kasaragod in the north. Kannur is popularly known as the city of Looms and Lores because of the loom industry functioning in the district and ritualistic folk dance called Theyyam held in temples. Kannur has a rich culture, history, and traditions that are often connected with many scholars and legends from this region.
The main attractions of Kannur District are its beautiful beaches. The beaches in Azhikode area are pristine and unvisited. Meenkunnu beach in Azhikode, for example, is highly valued by European visitors. There is a drive-in beach at Muzhappilangad which is the longest in Asia where sand is solid enough to drive for kilometres. The temples and Theyyam dances are another attraction. The riverside temple at Parassinikkadavu is one of the most famous temples. There are beautiful forts at Kannur and Thalassery. There is an old Muslim palace called Arackal palace at Kannur beach. There are silent and secluded beaches in places like Adi-Kadalayi and Thayyil in Kannur city. If you are a temple visitor, there are numerous choices in every part of the district.
Places of interest in Kannur range from forts, beaches, museums and much more. The enchanting sandy beaches lined with evergreen coconut palm groves at Payyambalam, Muzhappilangad, Dharmadam, St. Angelo's Fort, Thalassery Fort, and Bakel fort as well as Snake Park at Parassinikadavu are a few of these.
Temperature is moderate in December and January and records as low as 20° Celsius. On certain days the night temperature may go down to 16° Celsius. During the months of April and May, the mean daily maximum temperature is about 35° Celsius.
Kerala's finest handloom fabrics are woven from the looms in Kannur. It is known as the city of looms and lores.
Thaliparambu became a famous centre of learning, enlightenment and culture. Rajadhiraja temple at Taliparamba had a major role in this.
Folk Dances: A large number of folk plays and dances are prevalent among the scheduled castes and tribes. Each tribe has its own glorious collection of folk plays and dances which are performed during festivals. The Malayans have the Thiyyattom ceremony which consists of dancing with masks and singing and the Ucchavali ceremony which is symbolic of human sacrifice. The Paniyars have their own characteristic dance.
Godamuri is an entertaining folk-play of a quasi-religious nature which is performed in the central parts of Kannur district by the Malayans.
Vedan Pattu: This is a peculiar ceremony observed in certain parts of the district in the month of Karkidakam (July-August) which coincides with the season of scarcity in Kerala.
Kathakali: The 300 year-old dance form known as Kathakali is exclusive to Kerala. It combines opera, ballet, masque, and pantomime to create one of the most elaborate and technically difficult dance forms.
Theyyam: This is a highly ritualistic dance, well preserved with its rare and gorgeous make-up and costume, lively foot work and gymnastic survivor. It represents a glorious period of folk-life in Kannur.
Marathukali: It is a competitive "game art" conducted in temple yards. It has gained ritualistic importance. The game lasts for a long time; at times it may extend to a day or more.
Poorakkali is a temple festival held in the Bhagavathy temples in the month of Meenam (March-April). In this festival which lasts nine days, the local people celebrate the rebirth of Kama, the god of love and rejoice in regaining the feelings of love. It has a dramatic folklore touch and its literature is embellished with glorious deeds of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.
Vadakken Pattukal: Ballads sung in praise of the exploits of local heroes form an important source of inspiration for the community.
Kalaripayattu: Kalari meaning school and Payattu meaning combat, Kalaripayattu is one of the advanced combat sciences of the world and has reproduced many a hero whose exploits are celebrated in legends and folk songs.
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