Brass broidered coconut shell craft of Kerala
Brass broidered coconut shell craft of Kerala is the craft of making beautifully carved and brass broidered products like cups, flower vases, snuff boxes, nut bowls, powder boxes and spoons using coconut shells as practiced by the artisans of Kerala in India.
Maddalam of Palakkad
The maddalam or madhalam is a drum made out of the wood of the jackfruit tree. It has two sides for playing, made out of leather, and has different kind of sounds on each side.
Navara rice is one of the many types of rice found in India, and is a unique grain plant in the Oryza group. Its origin is said to be somewhere in Kerala. Navara also has religious significance and is sometimes used in temples for ceremonies. Navara also has religious significance and is sometimes used in temples for ceremonies.
Screw Pine Crafts of Kerala
Screw pine craft of Kerala is the craft of making different types of mats and wall hangings using the leaves of the screw pine plant as paractised by artisans in Kerala.
Alleppy Green Cardamom
Alleppey Green Cardamom is a green variety of Cardamom grown in Alleppey, Kerala.
Alleppy Coir refers to the Coir products made in Ambalappuzha and Cherthala Taluks of Alappuzha district, in the state of Kerala, India.
Balaramapuram Saris and Fine Cotton Fabrics
The Marayoor jaggery is the traditional and handmade product from Idukki district of Kerala.
Vazhakulam pineapple is the term used to refer to the pineapple produced in the Vazhakulam area in Kerala. The fruit has a pleasant aroma, fruit shape is slightly conical, fruit 'eyes' deeply placed, fruit flesh is crisp and golden yellow in color.
Western Ghats, Karnataka
Diversity in Appemidi mango can be seen, especially in the Western Ghats region of Karnataka. This region is famous for the pickling types of mango called 'Appemidi'.
Temple Jewellery of Nagercoil
Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu
Kovilpatti kadalai mittai
Kovilpatti kadalai mittai is a candy made of peanuts held together with glistening syrup, and topped with wisps of grated coconut dyed pink, green and yellow. In Kovilpatti, it is sold as single rectangular chunks, or rather cuboids, sealed in packets. It is made using all natural ingredients such as the traditional and special ‘vellam’ (jaggery) and groundnuts and water from the river Thamirabarani is used in the production, which enhances the taste naturally.
Chendamangalam Dhoties & Set Mundu
Chendamangalam is a village of handloom weavers in the Ernakulam district of Kerala. The basic raw material used for the weaving of Chendamangalam Dhoties are a fine count cotton yarn and kasavu
Kodaikanal, Malai Poondu
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
This is Kodaikanal's famed hill garlic.
Kuthampally Dhoties & Set Mundu
Kuthampally dhoties and set mundu are dhoties and set mundus (also known as mundum neriyathum) manufactured by the weavers in the Kuthampally region in Kerala.
Changalikodan Nendran Banana
Changalikodan Nendran Banana is a banana variety originated and cultivated in Chengazhikodu village of Thrissur District in Kerala state of India.
Pokkali is a unique saline tolerant rice variety that is cultivated using extensive aquaculture in an organic way in the water-logged coastal regions, spread in about 5000 hectares area in Alappuzha, Thrissur and Ernakulam districts of Kerala in Southern India.
Madurai, Tamil Nadu
Madurai Sungudi is a cotton fabric of Madurai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, which is an exclusive textile product traditionally produced using tie and dye (using natural dyes) method by the Saurashtrians who migrated to Madurai under the patronage of King Thirumalai Naicker in the 17th century.
Madurai, Tamil Nadu
Madurai is famed for its jasmine plantations, called "Madurai Malli", primarily carried out at the foothills of Kodaikanal hills and traded at the Madurai morning flower market. An average of 2,000 farmers sell flowers daily at the flower market.
Kuthampully Saree is a type of Sari traditionally made by weavers from Kuthampully village in Thiruvilwamala Grama Panchayat of Thrissur district of Kerala state in India. The Kuthampully Saree is distinguished by its Saree borders.