As its time to indulge in festivities,The Tamara Coorg Resort, in Coorg, has come up with The Tamara Carnival for ringing in Christmas and New Year. Its a 15 day long celebration with a unique opportunity of experiencing India’s social and cultural heritage through music, dance and theater. The Tamara Carnival promises to offer an amalgamation of top quality events featuring Indian & Western art form performances.
- When: 21st December 2015 – 4th January 2016
- Venue: The Tamara, Coorg. Kabbinakad Estate, Napoklu Nad ,Madikeri Taluk, Yevakapadi, Karnataka 571212.
USP of The Tamara Carnival
“The Tamara Carnival”, set in serene natural backdrop, is aimed at easing your consciousness by rejuvenating your mood and offering you inner harmony with the finest hospitality and spell-bounding amalgamation of music and dance.
There shall also be several activities like treks, coffee plantation visits, bird watching and yoga sessions among others. While here, at all days you would be treated with outings, live performances of talented artists from across India and an array of delicious cuisines from different regions of India.
The Feature Performances
The Tamara Carnival features classical dance forms like Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Odissi, and folk dance forms like Oppana, Kodava , Duffmuttu, Thiruvathirakali, Kolata, Bihu, Garba etc.
There shall be Christmas Carols, Acoustic Solo Guitar, Saxophone, Keyboard, Classical Whistling, Flute, Jugalbandhi and Carnatic music along-with other art forms like Kalaripayattu, Theyyam, Yakshagana, English Drama, Stand-up Comedy and Salsa.
Don’t miss out the special performances by Soulmate on Christmas Eve & Indian Ocean on New Year’s Eve
Its Easy to Reach Coorg for The Tamara Carnival
Coorg is just 320 kms from the nearest International Airport in Bangalore or 160 kms from nearest Domestic Airport, Mangalore. if you wish to take the rail, Coorg is only 95 kms from nearest Railhead in Mysore. Other then Air and Rail, Coorg is well connected by road from Bangalore, Mysore, and other cities.
Interested for the Carnival?
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