School Festival

@shshiju (10200)
Cochin, India
January 9, 2018 9:50am CST
It is the greatest feast of talents of school children which is called School Kalolsavam . The arts festival is held annually for state level after completing the level of taluk and district level. This time it is held in Thrissur. Competitions are very tight and all are looking for overall winners from which district.
Kerala school kalolsavam 2017-18, Thrissur, Kerala, South India- Teaser
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@aureliah (10806)
9 Jan
I remember when I was in high school I was always excited to attend such events.
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
10 Jan
Yes that is the real colorful of school days.
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@aureliah (10806)
10 Jan
@shshiju I surely miss them
@DianneN (71394)
• United States
10 Jan
All children should participate in the arts. Very interesting!
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
15 Jan
That is not compulsory . But chances for all. Only Winners go to high level.
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@DianneN (71394)
• United States
15 Jan
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
16 Jan
• India
9 Jan
Nice to know about that. It will help increasing the confidence of kids
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
10 Jan
Yes absolutely, Nice to see you back.
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• India
10 Jan
@shshiju thanks, good evening
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@ridingbet (43717)
• Philippines
14 Jan
by arts festival, do you mean they paint faces too for the parade?
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
15 Jan
Its an art form called Kathakali , which is only in Kerala . You can search in Internet.
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@jaboUK (52739)
• United Kingdom
10 Jan
It's good for children to be able to display their talents.
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
11 Jan
Its over and Kozhikode district wins the overall title. Thanks Jabo.
• Peoria, Arizona
9 Jan
That is very interesting but also pretty cool because it can motivate them!
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
10 Jan
Yes surely there is really hard-work behind each item.
@LadyDuck (141563)
• Switzerland
9 Jan
It is an interesting celebration.
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@shshiju (10200)
• Cochin, India
10 Jan
Yes . Each year it is held on different districts.
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