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Uthralikavu Pooram is a famous South Indian festival, which is celebrated during early summer every year. This auspicious day is celebrated mainly in Sree Ruthira Mahakalikavu Temple, in Vadakkancherry, in Thrissur District of Kerala. Sree Ruthira Mahakalikavu Temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kaali. Uthralikavu Pooram is held every year in the month of the “Malayalam Kumbham” month and continues for eight days. It falls on Feb/March. In olden days, this festival was called as Uthralikavu Vela, now it is famous as Uthralikkavu Pooram.
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Uthralikavu Pooram Festival 2017: 01 March
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Uthralikavu Pooram is punctuated with decorated elephant processions during the day and night, with the accompaniment of the resounding - two types of drum orchestration- Panchavadyam and the Pandimelam, which is quite loved by the devotees. Apart from the elephant procession, there also held are Kuthira Vela (a march with wooden horse) and a variety of other events dedicated by many communities.
The most spectacular show during the Uthralikavu Pooram is the wonderful and thunderous fireworks that take place during the early morning hours of the succeeding day. The evenings are eventful with rituals and various art performances in the temple area. Uthralikavu Pooram festival also gives a chance for the spectators to enjoy folk art forms of Kerala. On the concluding day of the Festival is the most spectacular all-night Pooram parade, the charm of the festival.
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