Serving as a visual treat for the spectators, Adoor Gajamela is the grand pageant of richly caparisoned elephants that forms the star attraction of the ten-day annual festival held at Sree Parthasarathy Temple in Adoor, Pathanamthitta district of Kerala. This year the spectacular Adoor Gajamela falls on 4th February 2020.
Kerala art forms are something special that helps you to understand the vibrant cultural heritage of the state on a deeper level. In this blog we have listed some of the famous and major traditional art forms of Kerala. To take a sneak peek into the Traditional Art Forms of Kerala, continue reading this blog to the end.
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.
Theyyam festival in Kerala is a popular sacred ritual art form that dates back to at least 1,500 years and is usually performed before the village shrine, groves, and in some joint-family houses as ancestor-worship with elaborate rites and rituals.
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