The Kerala School Kalolsavam is a unique festival that preserves the rich tradition of Indian classical art forms. It is perhaps the biggest arts festival in Asia, featuring such diverse art forms like Kathakali, Mohiniyattam, Margamkali, Kuchipudi, Yakshaganam, etc. With modern forms of art added to it every year, the festival has become a grand display of Kerala’s artistic talents. Kerala School Kalolsavam 2011-12 was conducted at Thrissur. The latest School Kalolsavam Manual was published in 2008. Kerala School Kalolsavam 2012-13 will be conducted according to the latest modifications in the manual. Sub-District School Kalolsavams will be conducted after 7th November 2012.
Venue for State Kalolsavam 2012-13: Malappuram. Date: 14 to 20 January 2013.
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