South Tourism branch office set up is wide spread across South India.
South India Festivals
Pongal Festival 2012 - India is bestowed with the bliss of festivity. A major segment of the population here depends on agriculture. As a result, most of the south india festivals are also related to the agricultural activities of the people. These festivals of South India are celebrated with different names and rituals in almost all the parts of India...
Madurai Chithirai festival
The Madurai Chithirai festival 2012 begins on the 5th day of the bright half of the month of Chithirai. The key events fall on the 8th, 9th and the 10th days of the South India festivals. The eighth day of the Chithirai festival witnesses the coronation of Meenakshi and procession on silver thrones, while the 9th day is the digvijaya festival. The 10th day (Chitra Purnima) marks the wedding of...
Onam Festival in Kerala, the harvest South India festivals is the most popular festivals of South India. A festival that celebrates a happy blend of myth and reality, Onam is part of the cultural repertoire of every Malayalee
It brings back nostalgic memories, carried on the wings of folklore, of a bygone Utopian era of prosperity, equality and righteousness....
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Thrissur Pooram festival
Every temple in Kerala celebrates festive occasions with religious devotion and joy. One of the most important temples in Kerala is the Vadakkananthan Thrissur temple. The Thrissur Pooram festival or Temple Festival of the Vadakkananthan Temple, is the grandest Temple Festival in Kerala.Travel to Kerala to see the magnificent Thrissur Pooram ...
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