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If you love celebrating colors and festivities with great pomp and show, Kerala is a perfect option to fit in the preference of all kind of people . This land of diversity is rich in heritage and has numerous festivals celebrations which depict vibrant colors, have striking fragrances, and involve heart touching music, old norms, and traditions.
Kerala hosts almost all Hindu, Christian and Muslim festivals with the same enthusiasm and charm. Festivals of Kerala are famous also because they involve various aspects of day to day life such as temple, boat, bamboo etc.
Time of Celebration of Onam: This festival is celebrated between the month ofAugust and September and is also known as harvest festival of Kerala.
ThrissurPooram is one of the famous temple festivals in Kerala and has been celebrated for more than 200 years. This festival is celebrated at the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur yearly and is celebrated for almost 36 hours with traditional puja, ending with extreme fireworks. The festival is celebrated to worship Lord Shiva and involves color, music, and religion.
Major Attractions: The major attraction of this festival is enthralling sights of more than fifty clad of elephants passing through the streets of Thrissur at the sound of beating drums.
Weather Condition: Temperature remains in low 20s during the time of this festival in Kerala.
Time of Celebration: This festival is usually celebrated from December to April.
Most Famous Boat Races in Kerala: Nehru Trophy Boat Race in Alleppey, ChampakulamMoolam Boat Race at Alappuzha, Vallam Kali at Punnamada Lake and PayippadJalotsavam at PayippadLake located at a distance of 35 km from the district Alappuzha
Time of Celebration: This festival falls between the months of February-March which is also known as the month of Kumbham.
Time of Celebration: This festival is celebrated during the month of February/ March.
All these temple festivals are full of great traditions and culture, hence making them exotic for the tourists.
Time of Celebration: This temple festival is mostly held from February to April/May.Major Attractions: The major attractions of these temple festivals are bejeweled elephants, drummers playing music and fireworks. One can also enjoy classical music and dance performances which take place widely while celebrating different temple festivals in Kerala.
Major Attractions: The DivyaJyothi can be viewed from 9 different places while you are in Sannidhanam. Participating in the Thiruvabharanam procession wherein the ornaments of Lord Ayyapa are transported from the Old Palace to Sabarimala is also a key feature of this festival.
Major Attractions: Cathedrals, Christmas mass, and Kerala sweets define Christmas in Kerala.
Weather Condition: December is a bit chilly in Kerala, but not too cold to allow plantation of coniferous trees!
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