Pariyanampetta Pooram Kuttakulam Vrat, Upwas, Puja Vidhi, date time 2016 Festival, Tyohar, Utsav, Parv, Mahotsav

Pariyanampetta Pooram Kuttakulam Vrat, Upwas, Puja Vidhi, date time Festival, Tyohar, Utsav, Parv, Mahotsav

 

 Pariyanampetta Pooram Kuttakulam on
20th February, 2016 (Saturday)

Pariyanampetta Pooram is a seven hours of day fest held at Pariyanampetta Bhagavathy Temple, Kattukulam in Palakkad district of Kerala, Gods own country. The Pariyanampetta temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathy, the Goddess of 14 Desams.

The image of the goddess is drawn on floor and songs are sung along subsequent to it; this ritualistic drawing is called Kalamezhuthu Pattu and is performed harshly every single one the seven days of the festival.

Religious and folk arts in the way of the mammal of Kaalavela (bull motif display) and Kuthiravela (horse motif display), Poothanum thirayum etc are demonstrated in the procession vis–vis the last day.

A cultural celebration is along withheld upon this occasion, in which Kathakali and Chakyarkoothu dance forms are performed. The ancient folk art of shadow puppetry called Tholpavakoothu, is performed at night upon the whole share of festival days.

According to the Malyalam calendar, the pooram hours of the day is highly praised upon the 7th daylight of the month of Kumbam. It falls the second week of February. There is a procession of 21 caparisoned elephants on the subject of the last hours of daylight of the festival and the view is understandably spectacular.

Elephants are considered as a holy perky in Kerala; so people gathering apropos the procession to endeavor blessings from them. The elephant and conventional musical performances are inherent parts of religious festivals in South India- Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

The customary folk and traditional performances taking into account the Tholpavakoothu, Kalamezhuthupattu, Pootham, Thira, Karivela, Kaalavela, Kuthiravela, Kathakali, Chakyarkoothu brings a cheerful smile to the faces of people.

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