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#Kathakali is one of the ancient #classical dance forms of India. Originates from South Indian state, Kerala. The word Kathakali means, story-play, and uses a combination of literature, music, painting, acting, & dance in its theatrical productions. With the combination of hand gestures, body movements, and expressions, performers communicate with over 600-700 intricate gestures. Performers are taught to communicate with their eyes and various facial muscles, skills that take years to…

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You are the future of tomorrow and the world is your oyster. Explore all the possibilities that life has to offer and enjoy every bit of this golden time because childhood is the best period of one's life. A very #HappyChildrensDay from the Sterling Holidays family. Take your child for a #holiday this #winter at one of our 27 resorts across 24 destinations in India. #SterlingHolidays #HolidayLifestyle #DiscoverJoy

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Coffee - a morning energizer, a conversation starter, the reason behind 4 O’clock breaks, a thorough friend during rainy days, and so much more. On International Coffee Day, we are grateful to the Ethiopian shepherds who noticed their goats frolicking after having coffee berries! Thank goodness for coffee.

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We’re kicking off World Vegetarian Day. Stock up on veggies! Call for a feast and experience the numerous health benefits that come with consuming healthy, wholesome food.

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1 to 3 tablespoons of #coconut oil a day is proven to work wonders on your health, and your taste buds too! Ask the people of Thekkady, they swear by it. With an exotic array of delicacies cooked exclusively in coconut oil, Thekkady promises that you won’t have to think twice about taking that delicious next helping! Let's make this #WorldCoconutDay count!

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Dussehra: a time to celebrate, a time to rejoice, a time for victory of good over evil, and of course, a time for a much-needed holiday. Let’s continue with this ‘good’ spirit of Dussehra. Here’s wishing you all a very #HappyDusshera Explore holidays on our website.

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Relive the biggest blockbuster! Dussehra is not just a festival in India. It is a legend with many versions and many endings, but always the same moral: good triumphs over evil. A testament to this is the story of Lord Rama’s victory over the demon King Ravana. Till this day, effigies of Ravana are burnt to keep the flame of ‘Good’ alive in us all. #HappyDusshera Explore holidays on our website.

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Here comes the cinematic battle between good and evil! Goddess Durga descending on Earth spells bad news for any evil lurking around. The demon Mahishasur fared no better than Ravana after a 9-day battle with Goddess Durga. Many people in India commemorate this by celebrating Dussehra on the 10th day after Navaratri. #HappyDusshera Explore holidays on our website.

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