Nattika Beach Blog
Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit fusion word Dipavali, formed from “dipa” meaning light or lamp and “avali” meaning line and “Dipavali” meant a “series of lights”.Its celebration include millions of lights shining on housetops, outside doors and windows, around temples and other buildings in the communities and also our guests were enchanted by many lights in the evening of Diwali.
Since the 22nd of October she supports our Team and will be a part of our Nattika family for the next 6 month.She is here to help, advise and translate for our guests to help them have a wonderful stay at Nattika.
We have organized a 10 days Tennis coaching for the children in the Nattika Village, headed by our Coach Mr. Das. The Camp sessions was take place in the morning and evenings of every day during the Camp period. The Camp was conducted from 20th to 31st of October 2015.
Because of Thiruvonam (28th of August), the last day of 10 days Onam celebration and the homecoming of King Mahabali, the different departments were competing against each other in the annual Onapookkalam contest. See the results yourself and decide which design is the best.
Due to the Onam celebrations we had an enjoyable and fun filled afternoon with our beloved guests on yesterday. With games like Musical chair, Lime and Spoon Race as well as crushing as the traditional Uriyadi (crushing a pot with a wodden stick), our Pre-Onam celebration was a big success. Additionally, like every Thurstday according
Two days after Malayalam New Year the time of Onam starts, which will be going on for 10 days and will end on August 28th, with the final celebration day. This date keeps changing every year according to the lunar calender. Tradition tells that flower carpets will be placed in front of each house for
Yesterday we were celebrating the day of Indian Independence together with our beloved guest. We were honored to ask one of our oldest guests to join in the ceremony and hoist, together with Dr. Hema, the Indian Flag. After singing the national anthem, small sweets and treats were given to our guests.
A traditional puppet play (Tholpavakoothu) has been played for our beloved guests. This anciet Kerala art form tells mystical stories about the mighty Sree Rama fighting and beating the evil. This performance is taking place in temples several days in a row as a dedication to the Hindu goddess, Bhadrakali.
A fun summer vacation for the children at the Nattika Village. We have organised a two week Tennis coaching camp headed by our coach Mr Das. The camp sessions takes both place in the morning and evenings. Take a look and see the tiny tots in action!
The Catholic Archdiocese of Trichur is not only educating mentally disabled children but is also giving a home to physically disabled and disadvantaged children such as orphans. We, the Nattika Beach Ayurveda Resort, are sponsoring Lunch for the entire institution twice a month. If you want to visit the Peace Home and/or make a donation