Pulluvan Pattu – Indigenous folk songs of Kerala dedicated to the Snake God. The Pulluva is a community under the Hindu religion. They sang praise and worship different deities. Majority…

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…

Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva. This festival marks a remembrance of “overcoming darkness and ignorance” in life and the world. The story…

Holi, the vibrant festival of India has its social, religious and spiritual aspects. It is the day of forgiveness, friendliness, oneness and equanimity. The story of Holika, portrays that all…

The Lakshmi Narayana Yagna & Puja are offered for the spiritual and material prosperity of the donors. On this auspicious occasion, Bhagavan Sri Narayanan along with Sridevi & Bhudevi are…

A ritual performed to bring properity to all human beings by appeasing the snake gods or Nagas, a representation of divinity, eternity, life and death, as well as time and…

Vishu is an Indian festival celebrated mainly in Kerala and in coastal Kanyakumari nearby regions and their diaspora communities. The festival follows the solar cycle of the lunisolar as the…

Onam is a traditional ten-day harvest festival that marks the homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali. The festival is celebrated with fervour as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his…

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…

Joyous 3-day celebration of Lord Ayyappa’s festival ending on March 21, 2019 Dates: 19-21 March 2019