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Like other parts of India, Kerala has also a festive land where in every second day festive day is and local people are organizing colorful festivals. Festival celebration is always been an exciting and interesting day which everyone loves to celebrate. Interestingly, all these festivals are been celebrated in the honor of God.
Owing to tradition celebrating of the festivals, various tourists come to Kerala and enjoy the occasions. Moreover, Indian festivals have gained huge applause all around the world and successfully spread the message of unity, harmony, peace and goodwill.
10-day annual festival in January at Sreekandeswaram Temple is been organized by the local people. In February, the people celebrate Nishagandhi Dance festival. In April-May the Pooram festival in Thrissur around Flavor Food Festival is been celebrated at the Kanakakunnu Palace grounds and like this many festivals are been celebrated in Kerala
The festivities of Kerala are mainly boat races; Onam, Attukal Pongala and many more, which are celebrated with full zeal. The temples houses and streets are decorated with flowers and other items to get the complete festive mood.
Onam is mainly observed on the occasion harvest festival of Kerala when the Mahabali, retuned the home. With full love and care the festivals is been organized by the people.
Vishu is Malayalum New Year day and hence it has becomes one of the main important festivals of the place. In the month of April people, celebrate this festival where good amount of cereals Coconuts, fruits, and Konna flowers use to put in big pots to prepare Kani. This festival is also as the.
Attukal Pongala is unique festival, where the women assemble and make food. In this festival, the main ritual is making foods and offering foods to the God. Later, chief priest of the temple sprinkle holy water and will shower the flowers and give food to the people. In this festival, people forget all the caste creed and color celebrate the festivals.
In Kerala merry-making is also a festival of Kerala, where one can have celebration of music, dance and other events. Further, boat races and water carnivals is one of the more energetic and enthusiastic festival of Kerala which is celebrated every year where more than ten thousand people assemble and take part in this festival.