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How To Climb A Coconut Tree In Traditional Way Without Any Devices


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Discover Vibrant India presents How to climb a coconut tree in traditional way without any device.

Disclaimer: Do not attempt the process displayed in the video. This process is performed by skilled professionals having years of experience.

Filmed At Manoribel, Manori, Mumbai in December 2017.

Movie clip & still pictures taken with Panasonic DMC FZ70.

Critics & comments most welcome.
 

smoothwanderer

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shahronakm the tree that the person is climbing is not a coconut tree. its a palm tree, the tree next to it is the coconut tree.
 

shahronakm

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shahronakm the tree that the person is climbing is not a coconut tree. its a palm tree, the tree next to it is the coconut tree.
Thanks for watching the video. Are you sure ? I can see some tiny coconut like things @ 50 Seconds in the video. Any ways we can say as Climbing Coconut / Palm trees without any device. We have used two different clips in the video to show climbing & descending. Later one I am sure is a coconut tree as the climber throws a bundle full of coconuts down with the help of rope.
 

shahronakm

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Folk Dance | DakshinaChitra | Pongal Fest 2019 | Mayillattam | Karagattam | Poikkal Kuthirai


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Discover Vibrant India presents Folk Dances of Tamil Nadu.
1] Mayillattam is an artistic & religious form of dance performed in the temples of Tamil Nadu & Kerala. The performers wear costumes from head to toe like Peacock with beak.
2] Karagattam also known as Karagam is an ancient folk dance of Tamil Nadu performed in praise of the Rain Goddess. The performers balance a decorated pot on their head.
3] Poikkal Kuthirai is the dance of the false legged horse. It hails from Tamil Nadu but is also very popular in Maharashtra. The performers balance themselves on the wooden legs & portray a performance that will make love flow.

Filmed at DakshinaChitra Museum, Chennai, Tamil Nadu in January 2019 during Pongal festival.

Movie clip taken with Panasonic DMC FZ70 & Still pictures taken with Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera & Nikkor 18-200 mm lens.

To plan your visit to DakshinaChitra visit their official website https://www.dakshinachitra.net/
 

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बोलावा विठ्ठल Bolava Vitthal Bharatanatyam | Swarnamalya Ganesh | Indian Dance Festival Mamallapuram


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Bolava Vitthal Pahava Vitthal Bharatanatyam Dance performed by Dr Swarnamalya Ganesh at Indian Dance Festival 2018-19, Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu. This dance festival is also known as Mamallapuram Dance Festival & is organised by Tamil Nadu Tourism department. Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is a historic city and UNESCO World Heritage site in Tamil Nadu, located approx 56 kms from Chennai via East Coast Road.

Dr. Swarnamalya Ganesh (Ph.D in performance studies) is an Indian actress and TV anchor. She is also a trained Bharathanatyam dancer. Over the years, she has anchored several shows, acted in films across various languages and performed at many stages all over the world. She is Professor and Director of Ranga Mandira School of Performing Arts/ Research Academy.

About Bolava Vitthal
This Marathi abhanga describes the ecstatic state of a mind of a devotee who is overwhelmed with the love of the Lord Vitthala. When Lord enters his mind everything gets forgotten instantly. With utmost ease the devotee leaves behind all the binding attachments of the world and the vices that are most difficult to get rid of. In rapture he rushes to embrace the Lord and becomes one with him.

बोलावा विठ्ठल पहावा विठ्ठल । करावा विठ्ठल जीवभाव ॥१॥ येणें सोसें मन जालें हांवभरी । परती माघारीं घेत नाहीं ॥२॥ बंधनापा- सूनि उकलल्या गांठी । देतां आली मिठी सावकाशें ॥३॥ तुका म्हणे देह भारिला विठ्ठलें । कामक्रोध- ं केलें घर रीतें ॥४॥ - Sant Tukaram Maharaj

Movie clip taken with Panasonic DMC FZ70 & Still pictures taken with Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera & Nikkor 18-200 mm lens.
 

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Spectacular Monsoon Flight Take Off | Mumbai Airport | Amazing Aerial Video


Discover Vibrant India presents flight take off from Mumbai Airport during monsoon season. It gives amazing aerial view of Mumbai city with monsoon clouds hovering around. Famous Juhu beach can also be seen towards the end of the video.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai, September 2019.

Filmed with Go Pro Hero 5 from Mumbai to Kochi Spicejet flight.

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shahronakm

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मौत का कुआं | Well Of Death | Sajgaon Mela Khopoli | Maut Ka Kuwa


मौत का कुंआ (Well of Death) भारत के अधिकांश मेलों एवं सर्कसों का प्रसिद्ध 'शो' है। इसमें एक अस्थायी बेलनाकार रचना होती है जिसकी उँचाई लगभग २५ फीट एवं व्यास लगभग ३० फुट होता है। (जब इसमें कार आदि चलाना होता है तो थोड़ा और बड़ा रखा जाता है।) इसमें बड़ी तेज गति से मोटरसायकिल या कार चलाने पर वह अभिकेन्द्रीय बल के फलस्वरूप यदि गाड़ी उपर और चालक नीचे हो जाय तब भी गाड़ी को नीचे नहीं गिरने देता।

In India, the show is also known as the Well of Death (Hindi: मौत का कुआँ (maut kā kuām̥), Punjabi: ਮੌਤ ਦਾ ਖੂਹ (maut dā khūh)) and can be seen in the various melas (fairs) held across the country. Apart from motorcycles, the act may also feature other vehicles such as automobiles, as performed regularly in Adilabad in India since 2005. The show involves a temporary cylindrical structure about 25 feet high and 30 feet in diameter, or wider when cars are to be involved, built of hardwood planks. The audience stands upon the platform built around the circumference of the structure and gaze down into the well where the motorcyclists or cars drive. (Source: Wikipedia)

Filmed at Sajgaon Mela, Khopoli, Maharashtra in November 2017.

Filmed with Go Pro Hero 5.
 

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Worlds Heaviest Snake | Green Anaconda | Madras Crocodile Bank | Chennai Sightseeing |Anaconda facts


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Anacondas are the world’s heaviest snakes. The anacondas were brought from Protivin Crocodile Zoo in the Czech Republic in October 2011 under the animal exchange programme. As the Amazon forests — the natural habitat of anacondas — and the Indian subcontinent enjoy equatorial climate, the green anacondas have adapted well here. The anacondas have been provided a ‘mock-rock’ habitat of around 200 sq ft. It has been designed to suit the needs of anacondas with logs to climb and rest on. On an average, a female anaconda grows up to five to six metres long while the males grow three metres long. The idea behind the public viewing is to destroy the myths surrounding the non-venomous anacondas Unlike what we have seen in movies, the anacondas at the Madras Crocodile Bank are cute.

Filmed at Madras Crocodile Bank, Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, January 2019.

Movie clip taken with Panasonic DMC FZ70 & Still pictures taken with Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera & Nikkor 18 - 200 mm lens.
 

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Nagaland Tribal Dance | Nagaland Tourism | Folk Dances | North East India Travel | Nagaland Culture


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Discover Vibrant India presents Nagaland Tribal Dance (Folk Dance / Traditional Dance)

On the occasion of Tseminyu & Tuophema villages “Treaty”
Silver Jubilee Celebration 6th March 2010
Chief Guest: Shri Neiphiu Rio (Hon’ble Chief Minister, Nagaland)
Guest of Honour: Shri R. Khing (Hon’ble Parliamentary Secy. Horticulture Nagaland)
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung (General Secretary NBCC)

A Monolith was also erected on the occasion Movie taken with Sony DSC-W50 & still pictures taken with Nikon D90.
 
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