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The whole India celebrating Maha Shivarathri with observes prays to Lord Shiva. According to the Hindu culture, the devotees will observe day-long fast in this day. According to the Hindu calendar, the festival is celebrated on the new moon day in the month of Maagha. Not only in India...
More than a folklore art, Theyyam is a ritual form of worship which has been originated thousands of years ago, probably during the Neolithic era. There are instances to believe that the primitive tribal religious worship has metamorphosed to the Theyyam cult which is prevailing in North Malabar. This...
Koothu is an art form in which the stories of Hindu mythology and epics are orally rendered primarily with the support of acting and hand gestures. In the olden days, it was confined to temple premises.  Only the members of the Chakyar community performed this art form and hence...
This is a traditional as well as ritual based art form performed by Malayalee girls, especially Keralite women. Thiruvathirakali is a unique dance performed in Kerala on the auspicious day of Thiruvathira, the birthday of Lord Shiva. And this art form is not related to Sivarathri. It is performed...
Thottam Pattu is a vocal ballad sung ritual relating to Temples in Kerala. Thottam Pattu is invocative. This is a mythological belief that by performing this ritual, the performer will be possessed by divine spirits. Thottam Pattu, the ritualistic songs which accompany the performance elaborate the legends related to...
This the ritualistic art form maily performs in Kali temple in Kerala. The people who dressed like the bird Garuda (vehicle of Lord Mahavishnu) perform the art form. The dancer hooked in the skin in a huge vehicle after the dance performed. These arts form can be seen in Devi...

Diwali; the Festival of Lights

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Diwali is a festival of lights, celebrated by all people beyond cast and religion. Diwali Festival is a celebration of the victory of goodness over evil. The word 'Diwali' literally means a lamp of lights. The people lavish in the lights of the lanterns, offering crackers and sweets. Diwali...
More than a folklore art, Theyyam is a ritual form of worship which has been originated thousands of years ago, probably during the Neolithic era. There are instances to believe that the primitive tribal religious worship has metamorphosed to the Theyyam cult which is prevailing in North Malabar. This...
This is a traditional as well as ritual based art form performed by Malayalee girls, especially Keralite women. Thiruvathirakali is a unique dance performed in Kerala on the auspicious day of Thiruvathira, the birthday of Lord Shiva. And this art form is not related to Sivarathri. It is performed...
This the ritualistic art form maily performs in Kali temple in Kerala. The people who dressed like the bird Garuda (vehicle of Lord Mahavishnu) perform the art form. The dancer hooked in the skin in a huge vehicle after the dance performed. These arts form can be seen in Devi...