Arts and Culture Portrait Travel Muchilottu Bhagavathi Theyyam March 5, 2014 Muchilottu Bhagavathi Theyyam performer with a sword | Kannur, Kerala, India Read more: Theyyam Share thisShare on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Kannur#Kerala#Muchilottu Bhagavathi#Ritual#Theyyam Post navigation ← Portrait of Job Kurian Checkered → 99 thoughts on “Muchilottu Bhagavathi Theyyam” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Great shot Joshi, the colors and eyes… Beautiful. Reply ↓ I love that vivid make-up. Reply ↓ Great series of photos, Joshi. Absolutely fascinating. Reply ↓ What a sensational costume – compliments your sensational captures! Reply ↓ Gorgeous, rich colors Joshi! Reply ↓ great angle! beautifully done Reply ↓ Brilliant! Reply ↓ Nice work. Reply ↓ I love the bold vivid colours Reply ↓ Wonderfull colours ! Reply ↓ Awesome..love the way the eyes are expressing Reply ↓ Wow, love the crimson tones. Reply ↓ Amazing! :) Reply ↓ Great photo, awesome colors! My new B&W Blog: http://hanshb.wordpress.com/ Reply ↓ Always great!!!! Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi, nice day to you! Reply ↓ Vivid shot. :) Reply ↓ Nice composition. http://www.talesofanomad.com Reply ↓ Fab shot – slightly sinister eyes! Reply ↓ Love it Joshi! Reply ↓ Unbelievable artistry, Joshi. Most befitting for Carnival time! Reply ↓ What a shot Joshi -his look and the costumes.. amazing.. Reply ↓ i like your pictures friend,i saw many works in my life but inside of Your portraits i see a great soul , Regards Reply ↓ Superb! Such vibrant colors and portrait. Reply ↓ Well picked out Joshi. The eye is drawn straight to the face and those wonderful colours. Reply ↓ Great colors! Reply ↓ Wow! Thats a dramatic pic! Reply ↓ EXCELLENT SHOT! I was inspired by your photo to learn more about it. I found Theyyam, a colorful ritual dance of Kerala that attributes great importance to the worship of heroes and ancestral spirits, is a socio-religious ceremony. Thank you for increasing my knowledge of different cultures. BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ Beautiful photograph. Very unique cultural design captured in amazing color. Reply ↓ lovely colors Reply ↓ Mesmerizing… color, texture, subject… spectacular I cannot stop coming back to look. Reply ↓ Beautifully done. Reply ↓ Really Beautifully Shot ! Reply ↓ Beautiful Daniel!! Complimenti! :) Reply ↓ Love all the details, amazing photo! Reply ↓ As usual, excellent! Reply ↓ Wow. Looks scary, but there are so much details in the pic. Nicely done :-) Reply ↓ Amazing capture. I love the monochrome feel with red hues. Very nice! Reply ↓ A wonderful creation of red and silver! Reply ↓ The expression in his eyes..wow !..great shot ! Reply ↓ A stunning portrait-the color, the expression and composition-perfect! Reply ↓ I’m a bit scared from my childhood about this art……..Ur picture is so realistic that I feel theyyam is in front of me……….So perfect picture…! Reply ↓ Once again, masterfully done. Reply ↓ Very nice…! Reply ↓ Wow, i would approach her with caution! Reply ↓ The colors and textures are astounding. Reply ↓ Excellent Reply ↓ Love the red! Reply ↓ All three of the red portraits are excellent – hard to choose among them. Reply ↓ I love the amazing rich colour and the different textures in this photo – nice Joshi! Reply ↓ Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.