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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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Onam Festival

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The biggest and the main festival of Kerala is Onam. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the state by people of all communities.It is celebrated in the beginning of the first month of Malayalam Calendar (Kolla Varsham) called Chingam., this unique cultural extravaganza extends to ten days, the most significant being the […]

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Tripunithura Athachamayam – Onam Festival

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Tripunithura Athachamayam – Onam Festival: 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 or Athakhosham is conducted every year on the Atham day. Atham day is coming on Malayalam month of Chingam (August – September). Athakhosham The Athachamayam or Athakhosham Festival will […]

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