Festivals

Guruvayoor Festival

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The Guruvayur Temple is one of the most famous Lord Krishna Temples in India. The 10 days annual festival will be started on March 12th, 2014. The famous Guruvayur Anayottam, which is the biginning of Guruvayur festival will be held on March 12, 2014.The winning elephant will have the honour to carry the Thidambu (the idol of Guruvayoorappan) on all […]

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Arattupuzha Pooram

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Arattupuzha temple is one of the famous Lord Ayyappa temples in Thrissur district of Kerala. The ceremony ArattupuzhaƂ pooram is called the greatest “Devamela on earth”. Arattupuzha pooram is celebrated for seven days. On the sixth day the final program conducted with sixty one caparisoned elephants bearing bright coloured umbrellas and parasols laid in the temple grounds, along with the […]

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Thrissur Pooram

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Thrissur Pooram Festival 2017 Kerala’s most spectacular elephant and fireworks festival ‘Thrissur Pooram’ commonly called the pooram of all poorams.It is celebrated at Vadakkumnathan temple every year in the malayalam calender month of Medam (April). The Vadakkumnathan temple is one of the most famous Lord Shiva temple in Kerala, situated in Thekkinkadu maidhanam, a centre heart of the city, Thrissur. […]

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Tripunithura Athachamayam

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Atham is considered as an auspicious day by the people of Kerala as it marks the beginning of 10 days Onam Festival. The famous Tripunithura Athachamayam is conducted every year on the Atham day (Attam) of the Malayalam month of Chingam (August – September). The Athachamayam Festival held at Tripunithura (the land of temples ) in Ernakulam district of Kerala. […]

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Vidyarambham at Dakshina Mookambika Temple Paravur

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Dakshina Mookambika Saraswathy Temple is located in North Paruvur in Ernakulam District, Kerala. It is one of the famous Saraswathy Temple in Kerala. The Navratri music festival and the Vidyarambam ceremony are the main famous festival in Dakshina Mookambika Temple. The Navarathri music festival starts from the Uttrattati asterism in the month of Kanni(September-October). Nine days of dance and music […]

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Panachikkadu Dakshina Mookambika Temple Vidyarambham

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Panachikkadu Dakshina Mookambika Narathri Festival will start on 13th October and will last till October 23rd 2015. Mookambika Temple Panachikkadu Vidyarambham ceremony starts from early morning after the Saraswathy Pooja on October 23, Friday, 2015. Panachikkadu Saraswathi temple is known as Dakshina Mookambi, It is one of the famous saraswathi temple in Kerala celebrating Vidyarambham for children. Temple Address: Panachikkadu […]

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Chakkulathukavu Pongala

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Chakkulathukavu Pongala is a world famous festival celebrated annually at the Chakkulathukavu Devi Temple, Neerattupuram, Thiruvalla. The temple is situated in the border of Pathanamthitta and Alappuzha Districts. On Pongala day,the largest gathering of women devotees in the world in a single place on a single day irrespective of caste or religion to offer pongala ( special naivedya )to Chakkulathamma. […]

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St.George Church Edappally Festival

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St.George Church Edappally Perunnal begins on 23rd of April and the flag is hoisted on 25th of April. The annual feast at the St. George’s Church is celebrated on May 3rd and 4th and the Octave on May 10th and 11th. On May 3rd and 4th the idol of the deity is taken out in a grand procession along with […]

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Navarathri at Chottanikkara Devi Temple

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Navarathri festival at Chottanikkara Devi Temple in Kochi , Ernakulam district will be started from October 14 to October 23. The Navaratri festival is a nine day festival celebrations with a series of music and cultural programmes included with music concert, Ottanthullal, Seethankan Thullal and violin fusion. Dance programmes and Pancharimelam will be held as part of the celebrations. Arts […]

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Maha Shivaratri Festival – The Night of Shiva

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Mahashivaratri , The Night of Shiva is one of the most important hindu religious festival celebration in India. The Shivaratri festival is celebrating in 14th night of the new moon in the month of Phalgun which is falling on the month of February – March in English Calendar. The literal meaning of Shivratri is “the night of Shiva” devotees believe […]

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