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Aluva Sivarathri festival Aluva Sivarathri festival is celebrated at the Aluva Siva temple which is situated on the banks of Periyar River and this spot is called the Aluva M...more>>
Thrissur Pooram This festival is also Known as Pooram of all poorams.Thrissur pooram has been celebrated in April month. Vadakumnatha Temple is the pilgrimage temple situated...more>>
In Kerala, the festival is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Shiva. Thiruvathira is the nakshatra or "star" as per the Malayalam calendar of Lord Shiva. Another belief is that ...more>>
Pongala is a Hindu religious festival celebrate in Attukal Bhagavathi temple at Trivandrum.The name 'Pongala' means 'to boil over' and refers to the ritualistic offering of porr...more>>
Makaravilakku is a Hindhu religious festival held on 14 January in Kerala at the shrine of Sabarimala. The festival includes the Thiruvabharanam (sacred ornaments of Ayyappan) ...more>>
Theyyam is an artistic dance form where metaphysical belief and expressions of immortal souls are take off to a devotee through a mortal body. Theyyam originated from "Kaliyatta...more>>
Aluva Sivarathri festival is celebrated at the Aluva Siva temple which is situated on the banks of Periyar River and this spot is called the Aluva Manal Puram (land with sand). ...more>>
Vishu is one among the religious festival celebrate in Kerala usually in the second week of the April. On the basis of Astrological theory in Vishu has been celebrated in a day ...more>>
Nelliyampathy Hill Station The cloud-caressed peaks of the majestic Nelliyampathy hill ranges are a sight to behold. The height of the hills ranges from 467 m to 1572 m. To...more>>
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is a 285 square kilometres protected area in Chittur taluk in Palakkad district of Kerala state, South India. Established in 1973, it is in the S...more>>
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