Hidden India

Hidden India

The Kerala Spicelands

DVD - 2012
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Where in the world have Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived together in harmony? Try the small Indian state of Kerala, where trade and spices brought them together in tropical lowlands studded with coconut palms and cool mountain ranges where tea, cardamom, ginger, and rubber trees grow. Host Bruce Kraig guides viewers to markets, spice plantations, rice paddies, elephant parades, traditional dances, and spectacular boat races.
Publisher: [United States] : PBS Distribution, 2012, c2002
ISBN: 9780793691920
0793691923
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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sneha
Jun 12, 2017

Since my parents are from Kerala, I especially enjoyed watching this movie with my kids. My only complaint is that several of the pronunciations are not correct. Other than that, though, great footage of rubber-making, pepper processing, the backwaters, and katha kalli.

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evro66
Mar 12, 2017

The most interesting, the most educational documentary about India I've ever watched ( and I watched MANY). I also appreciate that the host wasn't trying to be in the spotlight (like many others) and you get to watch India instead (people, places, spices etc.) Very pleasant and relaxing to watch.

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HereHere
Jan 23, 2013

The spices were covered in the beginning 15% of the program. The rest was rice, tea, and religion. I was expecting something really focusing more on the spices.

aaa5756 Nov 18, 2012

This movie was entertaining and interesting but not one of my favorite for this year. “Not too bad---good performance”. "I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way.”

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