Team Mangalore has participated in a number of International Kite Festivals in addition to participating in the State Level Kite Flying Competitions.
This kite is fashioned after the classical dance form of Kerala. This is not a painting! It has been painstakingly stitched using various coloured cloth. A joint effort of ten people over a period of 530 man hours
This kite is modelled on 'Raja vesha' (costume of a King) in the popular South Indian folk dance-drama, 'Yakashagana'.
This Kite is modelled on the famous dance form of South India. It depicts the posture of an Bharathnatyam dancer.
This Kite is modelled on godess Durga being worshiped at west Bengal during Navarathri...
Gajendra, This Kite is modelled on Elephant . Artisitic look has been given to the face of the elephant.
80 Kites (plates) tied in a series to the Dragon head.
Another kite with a cultural background. It depicts the local ritual of Spirit Worship among the natives of Coastal Karnataka.
90 Kites of korean style tied to a single Kite line in a series.
400 traditional Indian fighter Kites tied to a
single Kite line in a series.
Star Box Kite
This Kite is modelled on owl
This kite is modelled on 'Raja vesha' (costume of a mythical King) in the popular South Indian folk dance-drama, 'Yakashagana' (Badaguthittu style) .
This Kite is modelled on the 'Rakshasa Vesha' (Demon Costume) of Yakshagana.
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