After a long 717 years, the most awaited festival of Malabar – Perumkaliyattam Mahotsavam that offers an electrifying blend of rhythmic steps and hypnotic chants is all set to feast your senses with colours, sights and sounds.
The colourful and vibrant festivals of Kerala are an added delight amidst the matchless natural beauty of the state and to be a part of it is a lifetime experience. In this blog, we like to share with you Top Festivals of Kerala in 2020.
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.
Christmas & New Year becomes more incredible when you celebrate it in Churches. Moreover, the wonderful Churches in God’s Own Country is absolutely a great place to begin the New Year with the blessings of God Almighty!
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.