The merriment and cheerfulness of Christmas last till the New Year’s eve in God’s Own Country, Kerala. With delicious cakes, wines, sweets, gifts, parties, carnivals, and grand feasts, Kerala celebrates a holly jolly Christmas season and a splendid New Year’s eve, regardless of caste and creed.
One of the most popular and spectacular festivals in Kerala, the Cochin Carnival brings a lot of joy and delight to the people of Kerala. During this festival, you can see a huge number of visitors from all parts of the world to celebrate and participate in various events conducted during the festival days.
The President’s Trophy Boat Race 2019 marks the finishing event of CBL 2019 and it is held at the Gateway of Ashtamudi Lake in Kollam district of Kerala.
Thiruvullakkavu Navaratri Mahotsavam or Thiruvallakkavu festival is celbrated every year in Sree Dharmasastha Temple, located in Cherpu of Thrissur district in Kerala. This temple is dedicated to Lord Sastha(Ayyappa) and here the deity is worshipped in his self-manifested form. Besides being a Lord Sastha temple, Navarathri is very auspicious for this temple. The temple is considered to be the Abode of Wisdom by the devotees
Date: 27 September 2019. Venue: Palli Bhagavathi Temple, Neelamperoor, Alleppey. The real charm of God’s Own Country lies not only in its mesmerizing natural beauty but also in the myriads of festivals it celebrates that is unique in its own way. The vibrant and bountiful culture and …