Festivals in Kerala:
Kerala is rich in its culture and heritage and this can be seen easily during the festive season. All the festivals of Kerala are celebrated equally with much pomp and show. If you are in Kerala for your destination holiday, then don’t miss to see the vibrant colors, century-long traditions, exotic fragrances that make the Kerala festival different from others.
Onam is a state festival of Kerala observed for harvesting. This festival is celebrated once a year by all the Kerala citizens with much joy and fervor.
This festival is celebrated by the Hindus of Kerala and is hailed as a New Year beginning. It is believed that the object which is seen first on the Vishu morning will define the fortunes of the upcoming year.
The Christian populace of Kerala has adopted the Christmas celebration by infusing it with the culture and spirit of Kerala itself.
Ramadan is observed by prayers and fasting from food in order to purify the soul and body and with an intention to become closer to God. It ends when the crescent moon becomes visible on the western horizon.
Deepavali is a festival of lights and is celebrated by Hindus all over India. In Kerala, Deepavali is observed on the day before the new moon in the month of October-November.