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August 2020

First Onam

August 30

First Onam Onam is a traditional ten-day harvest festival that marks the homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali. The festival is celebrated with fervor as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan. It’s the biggest festival of the year in Kerala, in South India. The festival occurs at the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam calendar. It also has a social significance as it coincides…

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Thiruvonam (Secound Onam)

August 31

Thiruvonam Onam is a traditional ten-day harvest festival that marks the homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali. The festival is celebrated with fervor as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan. It’s the biggest festival of the year in Kerala, in South India. The festival occurs at the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam calendar. It also has a social significance as it coincides with…

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September 2020

Third Onam

September 1

Third Onam Onam is a traditional ten-day harvest festival that marks the homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali. The festival is celebrated with fervor as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan. It’s the biggest festival of the year in Kerala, in South India. The festival occurs at the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam calendar. It also has a social significance as it coincides…

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Fourth Onam

September 2

Fourth Onam Onam is a traditional ten-day harvest festival that marks the homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali. The festival is celebrated with fervor as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan. It’s the biggest festival of the year in Kerala, in South India. The festival occurs at the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam calendar. It also has a social significance as it coincides…

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October 2020

Navaratri – Durgashtami (Pujaveppu)

October 23

Festival of Navarathri Nava means nine or new and ratri means night or that which protects (raati iti ratri). Navaratri indicates nine days of protection. Since the main Puja is the Puja at night, it is called Navaratri. This is a day of victory; not over someone outside, but on our own negativities. In the days of Navarathri, we should give up all that is negative and we should take up all the six great qualities inside us. There are…

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Navaratri Puja- Mahanavami

October 24 - October 25

Festival of Navarathri Nava means nine or new and ratri means night or that which protects (raati iti ratri). Navaratri indicates nine days of protection. Since the main Puja is the Puja at night, it is called Navaratri. This is a day of victory; not over someone outside, but on our own negativities. In the days of Navarathri, we should give up all that is negative and we should take up all the six great qualities inside us. There are…

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Navaratri Puja- Vijayadasami, Vidyarambham

October 26

Festival of Navarathri Nava means nine or new and ratri means night or that which protects (raati iti ratri). Navaratri indicates nine days of protection. Since the main Puja is the Puja at night, it is called Navaratri. This is a day of victory; not over someone outside, but on our own negativities. In the days of Navarathri, we should give up all that is negative and we should take up all the six great qualities inside us. There are…

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November 2020

Festival of Diwali

November 14

Festival of Diwali Diwali is the festival of lights symbolising the victory of good over evil. In Southern India, the festival is celebrated as the day Lord Krishna returned after defeating the demon Narakasura. Diwali, or Deepavali is also known as the “festival of lights”. This is celebrated in India. During the festival, clay lamps known as diyas are lit to signify the victory of good over evil. In Northern India, the festival is celebrated on the Karthika Amavasya night…

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