Kerala – at the southern most tip of India – is defined by its serene landscapes and tranquil backwaters dotted with ancient temples, synagogues and churches. Little wonder they call it ‘God’s own country’.
As the sun goes down, drums beckon devotees to the nearby temple. The all-night festival is resplendent with over a thousand lamps, elephants and a 250 member orchestra.
Produced for Euronews’ Le Mag: http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/10/the-secrets-of-kerala-s-exquisite-dance-drama/