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Guide to shopping in Kerala: But let us leave that to anthropologist, zoologists and behavior psychologists to debate. The hunting part is down to bargain hunting online and offline, and the gathering has evolved to a more refined skill called shopping. So where ever we go we want to bring a piece of the visited place to our little kingdom of dreams aka living room. Anyways long story short here is a list of things you must buy in Kerala, and continue the tradition of Shopping in Kerala For your convenience, I have divided the list in Food, decorative Handicrafts, Utility Items etc. Not very groundbreaking but can you really leave Kerala without buying the best spices in the world? For you will not get better spices anywhere else in the world at such economical prices. Traveler Tip to buy spices in Kerala: Spices are a must buy in Kerala Cashews: OK so the Portuguese came to buy spices to Kerala, but simultaneously they also were bringing stuff from South America to India, and Cashew Anacardium occidentale is one such plant that came with them from Brazil. While in Goa , the Cashew Feni made from Cashew apple is a popular drink, in Kerala it is still not that commercialized and all the focus is on the nuts. Traveler Tip to buy Cashews: Unless you are a slave to vanity, you can buy the split nuts that break during processing, less. So if you are getting a broken nut at lesser prices why would you not consider that as an option? Broken Cashew Nuts taste exactly same as full nuts Tea: Well, darlings do I sound like a Page 3 socialite? This Nilgiri tea is gulped by the masses, as it is strong, full-bodied, and gives a chocolate color to the milk that we desis love to dunk our glucose biscuits into. So leave your tea snobbery for some time and buy some authentic Nilgiri Tea grown in the hills of Munnar , Thekkady, and Wayanad. OK so you are not a tea drinker? Traveler Tip for buying Coffee: My suggestion is to go for some unbranded local coffee because that is what the locals drink, and try to buy it as close to the source that is the plantation as possible. Banana must be the second most popular plant in Kerala and you will see more types of bananas in Kerala than anywhere else in the world. Banana chips are the mother of all chips in the world, and all other chips are copy cats and one day they may have to pay a royalty on the original idea if the inventor of Banana chips files a patent. You will find all kinds of Banana chips in Kerala, sweet, salted, spicy, crunchy, munchies etc. Banana chips are a wonderful snack to take on a hike or to serve to your guests with drinks. OK enough of food products, I will not mind if you raid your kitchen for some snacks as long as they are made of banana. You see only a few Banana chips in the picture above because I ate most of them before I clicked this picture. Highly skilled Kerala artisans make showpiece and utility items from metals, coconut, wood, etc. A lot of these are not found anywhere else and truly represent the cultural richness and diversity of Kerala. Can you actually come out of Kerala without buying a coir product? Home so Kerala is home to Coconut palms. No matter where you go you are within touching distance of a Coconut tree. Everything you will eat will have coconut in one form or other. The roof of rural houses are made from Coconut leaves, but the roofs are too bulky to carry so you better stick to handicrafts made from Coconut like show pieces for your living room and carpets made from coir the fiber made from coconut husk. Check these super cool souvenirs made from coconut husk. Are the pure handmade cotton clothes with golden borders traditionally worn my Malayalee men and women. Now since gold is very expensive other shiny threads in golden, green color are used. The women wear the saree in day-to-day life, but the traditional clothes are now more popular during temple visits, weddings, and festivals. If you are not comfortable wearing the saree you can always buy Skirt and top made from the same material. These skirts and tops stitched like a traditional Ghagra Choli are very popular among girls as they are easier to carry around. Check this dress that I bought for my daughter from Fort Cochin. Price starts from around Rs and can go up to few thousand rupees depending on the material, craftsmanship, which car you drive and what is your bargaining skill. An ethnic cotton dress for girls in Kerala Kathakali Mask: Kerala is home to Kathakali and you will get Kathakali souvenirs, everywhere, from fridge magnets to Kathakali Masks, to hanging showpiece etc. I bought some hanging show pieces, as well as fridge magnets for our home. Kathakali Souvenirs Sea Shell Showpieces: Just make sure whatever you are buying is brand new or is a replica of an antique. Please note you are not allowed to buy and take our genuine antiques out of India. A Jesus Idol made by famous sculptor Mr. Here his son is seen in the picture Nettur Casket: Some of the finest wooden chests in the world are made in Kerala and they have multiple uses, from storage to now as a coffee table to a decorative item in your showcase depending on the size. They were used earlier as jewelry boxes. Chundan Vallam and Uru Models: They are a different kind of boats. Is the decorative ornament for elephants used during temple processions, in true royal style. Check thispictureofahotellobbyusingNettipattomsfordecoratingthelobbyalongwithNilavilakku the next item in our list. Is an oil lamp for ceremonial purposes in temples, homes and at the reception of every hotel we stayed. They come in all sizes from a little one that you can pick in your hands to really big ones that can be used as a weapon to protect yourself in case of an attack by aliens, for the more traditional uses it can be filled with oil and used every evening in your courtyard like all Kerala homes. They come in various shapes and materials. This one you will not find easily, at least, the genuine ones are not easy to find. Well, I could not find any so there is no picture of this mirror made by only one family with a secret alloy in this post. It has a shiny surface to see which is not made of silver polish like in normal mirrors. The composition is known only to the family and they guard it carefully. They are supposed to bring good fortune to the owner. You should not take this one lightly and if you are not carrying one this should be the first item you should buy in Kerala as in the hot tropical sun or the incessant rains you will need one. OK maybe not every shape, as last checked they were all circular, and stuck on a stick serving the purpose of protecting you from rain and shine. This Gold that entered Kerala never left except when the colonial powers plundered the wealth. If you are interested in buying gold remember that Gold in India is 22 Karat, unlike the US where Karat is the norm for jewelry. Always insist on a proper receipt and buy from reputed jewelers when buying gold ornaments. For trinkets, you can just roam around the streets and look for something that catches your eyes.
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