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South India Festivals

India is a land of beautiful landscape and traditional festivals. Being a religious country, celebrations play a vital role in people’s lives. Diwali, the festival of lights with its small clay lamps and crackers, Honouring the birth of the Elephant headed Lord Ganesha, sprinkling the colors for Holi, welcoming the mythical King Mahabali during Onam are some of the important festivals of South India. Dawn to India and witness all the traditional festival celebrations.

Pongal FestivalPongal Festival India is bestowed with the bliss of festivity. A major segment of the population here depends on agriculture. As a result, most of the festivals are also related to the agricultural ...
Chithirai FestivalThe Chithirai festival begins on the 5th day of the bright half of the month of Chithirai. The key events fall on the 8th, 9th and the 10th days of the festival. The eighth day of the Chithirai ...
Onam FestivalOnam, the harvest festival is the most popular festival of Kerala in all south indian festivals. A festival that celebrates a happy blend of myth and reality, Onam is part of the cultural repertoire of every Malayalee.
Pooram FestivalPooram Festival Every temple in Kerala celebrates festive occasions with religious devotion and joy. One of the most important temples in Kerala is the Vadakkananthan Temple at Thrissur. The Thrissur Pooram or Temple Festival