Onam Festival - An Annual Festival of Rain Flowers


The harbinger of the harvest season, Onam Festival in Kerala is one of the most significant annual festivals that is celebrated over a period of 10 days during the Malayalam month of Chingam. Onam Celebration is an elaborate affair that includes intricately decorated elephants, gigantic snake boats lined up at the shore, vibrantly dressed Pulikali dancers all set for the massive procession and vibrant floral decorations that paint the state in many hues.

Also known as the festival of rain flowers, this ancient festival marks the annual arrival of King Mahabali to the land from patal lok. Eliminating all the religious disparities, this festival in India is celebrated with great fervor collectively without any bias of caste, color or creed. Be a part of this colorful cultural extravaganza that is beginning from August 22, 2020 to September 2, 2020. Plan your itinerary to Kerala with Adotrip’s exclusive Circuit Planner Tool.

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