Thrissur pooram panthal
Thrissur Pooram Festival - Kerala Photos Thrissur Pooram is one of the most famous festival. Every year Thrissur Pooram would be conducted on malayalam month of "Medam". Pooram is held at the vadakkunnathan temple which is situated in town. When the moon rises with Pooram star it is considered to be the Pooram
Thrissur Pooram Festival - Kerala Tourism History of Thrissur Pooram - The Cochin Maharaja, Sakthan Thampuran was the first person who wished to conduct Thrissur Pooram. At once, Aarattupuzha which became the largest festival of Kerala, with the arrival of Thrissur Pooram, Aarattupuzha festival get less importance. Due to heavy rain, Aarattupuzha Pooram
Thrissur Pooram Chamayam Pictures Display of Caparisons - Four days before Thrissur Pooram, Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu are used to prepare Elephant Caparison(Nettipattam), Elephant Accoutremats(Chamayam), Aalavattom, Royal fan(Venchamarom), Sacred bells and Decorative Umbrellas separately. Chamayam exhibition were displayed at Agrasala for Paramekkavu devaswom and at CMS school for Thiruvambady devaswom.
Main Pooram - Six days after flag hoistng, main pooram starts. On pooram day, Kanimangalam Sastha enters to the Vadakkunnathan through southern gopuram and exist through western gopuram. Nextly, Chembukkavu bhagavathy, Panamukkumpally Sastha, Paramekkavu Bhagavathi who enters through eastern gopuram and leaves through southern gopuram. Then the other poorams of Laloor Bhagavathy,
Chamayam exhibition during Thrissur Pooram This picture is from Thrissur pooram chamayam exhibition during pooram festival celebrates in Thrissur. 2014 Thrissur pooram is on may 9 and the flag hoisting of Thrissur pooram will be on May 3 and today April 1 the Thrissur pooram exhibition starts. All are warmly welcome