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Vidyarambham in Kerala

Vidhyarambham

Vidyarambham or Ezhuthiniruthu is a Hindu tradition observed on Vijaya Dashami day in Kerala during the nine-day festival, Durga Navaratri Pooja. “Vidhya” means education and “aarambham” means beginning. That is why Vijayadesami is also known as Vidyarambham. Where Thousands of children in kerala entered the world of learning by scribbling their first letters on Vijayadasami day. It is normally conducted […]

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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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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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