Festivals

Aranmula Vallamkali

Aranmula Vallamkali

Aranmula Vallamkali or the Aranmula Snake Boat Race is a boat race held in the Pampa River near the Hindu Temple, the Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Arjuna, during Onam, the harvest festival of Kerala (August–September). The…

Pulikali-The Tiger Dance

Pulikali-The Tiger Dance

Pulikkali is a grand spectacle which has become synonymous with the Onam festival in Kerala, and it is an event that you should never miss. Puli means Tiger or Leopard and Kali means Play in Malayalam so Pulikkali literal means…

Onam

Onam is the most famous festival of Kerala, India. Even though Onam is a Hindu festival Onam is celebrated by all religions and caste throughout Kerala and outside Kerala wherever Malayali’s are there. Basically Onam is a Hindu harvest festival…

Malabar Jalolthsavam, Kavvayi Lake

Malabar Jalolthsavam, Kavvayi Lake

The Malabar Jalolthsavam or Malabar Boat Race for the Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Memorial Gold Trophy at Kavvayi Kayal or Kavvayi Lake in the Kasaragod District, organized by Mettammal Brothers is held on the 3rd Onam day and…

Pinarayi, Chekupalam Boat Race

The Chekupalam Jalolthsavam or the Pinarayi Chekupalam Boat Race is normally conducted in the month of September. Stared in 2015 Pinarayi Chekupalam Vallam Kali is conducted in the Ummanchira River at Chekupalam near Pinarayi. The Boat Race conducted here are…

Kattampally Boat Race

The Kattampally Jalolthsavam or the Kattampally Boat Race organized by the Kakkathuruthy boat club of Narath is normally conducted the the month of September. Started in 2015, the Kattampally Vallam kali is conducted in the Valapattanam River at Kattampally Dam…

Vairajathan Theyyam or Veerabhadran Theyyam

Vairajathan Theyyam is a feroucous Theyyam. The vellattam of this Theyyam is more ferrocious. The weapon of the Theyyam is Sword and Shield. The Theyyam strikes people with the Shield and people ran not to get hit by the Theyyam.…

Festivals of Kerala

Festivals of Kerala

Kerala is the land of Festivals and Festivals are true celebrations of Kerala, the God’s Own Country. Be it the state festival of Onam and Vishu or the one at a local place of worship, new attire and sumptuous feasts…

Jabri Festival

The Jabri festival is held once in every 12 years in the Mahothobhara Mahalingeshwara Temple in Kerala border village Nettanige of Kasaragod. The next festival is all set to go on May 2, 2017. The actual Jabri festival is held…

Memundanattu Vettakorumakan Theyyam

Memundanattu Vettakorumakan Theyyam

Memundanattu Vettakorumakan Theyyam is a very rare theyyam performed only in very few kavus and temples during the Theyyam festival time in North Kerala. More details about this Theyyam is not available. Please help us get more information about this Theyyam. You…

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