Keralam

Thrissur Pooram

Thrissur Pooram is renowned as ‘Pooram of Poorams’ . Thrissur pooram celebrated at the Vadakkumnath temple in the centre of the Thrissur city. Thrissur pooram is celebrated every year in the month of Medam(mid April to Mid May)as per Malayalam Calender. Hudnreds of elephants, nettipattam, panchavadyam and fireworkds are the main attraction of the festival.

Processions of decorated elephants accompanied the festival from various negihbouring temple inlcludinog Paramekkavu Bhagavathy temple and Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple.

Keralam,God's Own Country

With its evergreen mountains, dense forests stately palms, swift flowing rivers, extensive backwaters ,blue lagoons and good weather, it looks like a fairyland. This atmosphere of beauty and peace has nurtured religion and art in Kerala and enabled her to become a precious gem in the necklace of Indian culture. Indian poets of eminence have showered their praises for the abundance of its peppers, the fragrance of its sandal, taste of coffee and Nilagiri tea and the wealth of its coconuts.

Anayoottu
Paramekkavu
Vadakkumnatha Temple
Thekkottirakkam
Pooram
Kudamattom
Pooram
Pooram
Pooram

Dhanesh Ramakrishnan

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