Festivals in October

Thiruvullakkavu Temple Vidyarambham

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Thiruvullakkavu Sree Dharma Sastha Temple is an ancient one and famous Sree Sasta Temple in the district of Thrissur. The temple is well known for Navarathri festival and Vidyarambham. Thousands of children along with their parents visit the temple for Vidyarambham ritual on Vijayadasami day. Vijayadasami is celebrated on the tenth day of annual festival of Navaratri. “Ehuthiniruthu” (Vidyarambham ritual) […]

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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 2 to October 11. The Navaratri festival is a ten 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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Panachikkadu Dakshina Mookambika Temple Vidyarambham

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Panachikkadu Dakshina Mookambika Narathri Festival will start on 2nd October and will last till October 11th, 2016. Mookambika Temple Panachikkadu Vidyarambham ceremony starts from early morning after the Saraswathy Pooja on October 11, 2016. 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 Dakshina […]

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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). Ten days of dance and music […]

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Deepavali in Kerala

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Deepavali or Diwali  is celebrated as the ‘festival of lights’ all over India. In Kerala, Deepavali falls in the Malayalam month of Thulam i.e. October-November. Astrologically, on Deepavali day, the sun moves into the Zodiac sign Libra that signifies commerce. Therefore it is the most important festival for the merchant community. In kerala Deepavali is not a major festival and […]

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Navratri in Kerala

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The Navratri festival in honour of Devi the Divine Mother is celebrated across the nation. Navratri exactly means nine nights is one of the best celebrated Hindu festivals in India. In temple during the celebration of Navratri, a separate puja will be held on all ten days. During this period, Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are worshiped as three different manifestations […]

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