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Thrissur Pooram 2015 Programmes - Festival Days

Thrissur Pooram (Malayalam: തൃശ്ശൂര്‍ പൂരം) is a popular temple festival of the South Indian state of Kerala. It is held at the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur town every year on the Pooram (Malayalam: പൂരം, pronounced [pooram]) day of the Malayalam Calendar month of Medam Pooram day is the day when the moon rises with the Pooram star. People celebrate pooram without any religious difference.The circular road around the poora parambu(പൂര പറമ്പ്) is known as Swaraj Round(സ്വരാജ് റൗണ്ട്) will be filled with the pooram lovers. And it is a good time for street vendors.
Wednesday 29th April 2015, Madathil Varavu 11:30 AM on 29th April, Elinjithara Melam 2:00 PM on 29th April, Royal Dharbhar 5:30 PM on 29th April, Fire Works 3:00 AM on 30th April Morning, Farewell 12:00 PM on 30th April

Thrissur Pooram (Malayalam: തൃശ്ശൂര്‍ പൂരം) is a popular temple festival of the South Indian state of Kerala. It is held at the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur town every year on the Pooram (Malayalam: പൂരം, pronounced [pooram]) day of the Malayalam Calendar month of Medam Pooram day is the day when the moon rises with the Pooram star. People celebrate pooram without any religious difference.The circular road around the poora parambu(പൂര പറമ്പ്) is known as Swaraj Round(സ്വരാജ് റൗണ്ട്) will be filled with the pooram lovers. And it is a good time for street vendors.
Wednesday 29th April 2015, Madathil Varavu 11:30 AM on 29th April, Elinjithara Melam 2:00 PM on 29th April, Royal Dharbhar 5:30 PM on 29th April, Fire Works 3:00 AM on 30th April Morning, Farewell 12:00 PM on 30th April

FESTIVAL DETAILS

From Wednesday 29th of April 2015 to Thursday 30th of April 2015 (2 days)

April 29, Wednesday - 2015

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Pooram time schedule

Laloor Bagavathy Temple

08:00 AM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Laloor Bhagavathy Temple is a Hindu temple situated in Laloor, Thrissur City of Kerala. Cochin Devaswom Board controls the temple. The temple is a participant in the Thrissur Pooram every year. It is one of the 108 Durga Temples in Kerala found by Saint Parasurama.


Ayyanthole Karthyayani Temple

11:00 AM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Sree Karthyayani Temple is located in the vicinity of Ayyanthole Civil Lines, the nerve center of district administration, which is about 4 KMs North West of famous Vadakkumnathan Temple. Sree Karthyayani Mahamaya, the deity of this temple presides over with all prowess, strength and prosperity making the people of the area feel her presence day in and day out.


Thiruvambaadi Temple

11:30 AM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple(തിരുവമ്പാടി ക്ഷേത്രം) is a Hindu temple located in City of Thrissur in Kerala, India. The temple is one of the two rival groups participating in Thrissur Pooram, which is the biggest local festival in Kerala.Bhagavad Gita chanting makes the temple always alive.Every day the Devaswom is giving free lunch(പ്രസാദം) to people(ഭക്തര്‍). The straight road opposite to the temple leads to Poonkunnam Railway station and further up to Poonkunnam junction. From there people can catch train or bus to Guruvayoor temple.Behind the temple there is a temple for Ganesh(ഗണപതി അമ്പലം) . The dress code is a must inside the temple No pants or modern dresses allowed.The name of the parallel road in front of the temple is Shornur road,leading to Vadakunnatan temple on one side and Paturaikkal and then to Shornur on the other.


Paramekkavu Temple

02:00 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Paramekkavu Bagavathi Temple is one of the largest Bagavathi temples in Kerala located in Thrissur City. Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple is one of the two rival groups participating in Thrissur Pooram, which is the biggest festival in South India and Kerala


Chembukkavu Temple

06:00 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Chembukkavu Bhagavathy Temple is Hindu temple situated in Chembukkavu, Thrissur City of Kerala. Cochin Devaswam Board controls the temple and is one of the 108 Durga Temples in Kerala. The temple is a participant in the Thrissur Pooram every year. The Bhagavathy at the Ayyanthole temple is the elder sister of the Chembukkavu Bhagavathy.[1][2]


Panekkumppilly Temple

06:15 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam


Pukattikkara karamukku Temple

06:15 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

The famous Pookkattikara-Karamukku Temple is situated 5 kilometer from Vadakkumnathan Temple under Thrissur corporation. Through Ernakulam route or Thrissr - Kodungallur route the temple can be reached. Pookkattikkara - Karamukku Temple is built around paddy fields accompanied by the 2 acres wide \"Karamukku Pond\" a reservoir which is very helpful for perennial water supply for residents of the area and for sacred bath for devotees. This temple is a multi temple viz, Pookattikkara Siva temple & Karamukku Bagavathy temple. The earlier temple was in the southern side of the \"Pookattikkara\" village and brought to this place. Lord Parasurama brought some Namboodiri families from north Malabar to do the \"Poojas\" of Sri Vadakkumanatha temple. It is believed that this family brought their family deity \"Lord Siva\" along with them and hence the Pookattikkara temple. Karamukkau Bagavathy is one among the 108 Durgalayas made by Bargava Rama. The Karthiyani Devi along with her brother Krishna is the main deities of karamukku temple. Edampiri Ganapathy Nandi (the holy bullock) and Siva are the deities of \"Pookattikkara\" Temple. When this is combined the Pookattikkara-Karamukku temple. Two prominent double Vatta SreeKovil (holy shrines) , and another single Vatta Sreekovil is the the miniature of Sree vadakkumanatha temple. The three (two big and one small) Balikallus shows the importance of this temple.


Kanimanglam Temple

06:15 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam

Kanimangalam Sastha Temple is Hindu temple situated in Kanimangalam, Thrissur City of Kerala. Lord Ayyappan is the main deity of the temple. Kanimangalam Sastha is the main participant of the famous Thrissur Pooram. Kanimangalam Sastha is the first Pooram entering the Vadakkunnathan Temple.[1][2][3]Kanimangalam Sastha is the protector of all goddesses who take part in Thrissur Pooram


Choorakottukavu Temple

06:45 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam


Neithalkavu temple

08:00 PM

Thrikkodiyettu/Kodiyettam


Paramekkavu Temple

11:30 PM

Madathil Varavu


Paramekkavu Temple

02:00 PM

Elinjithara Melam

Ilanjithara Melam is an assembly of percussion performance artist held at Ilanji (famously known as Bullet Wood tree Mimusops elengi) tree at the courtyard of the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur city during the Thrissur Pooram. It is considered as one of the best platforms for traditional Kerala music and the largest assembly of percussion artistes in any other Poorams. The Melam in technical exactness and instrumental discipline are the best example of Pandi Melam

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April 30, Thursday - 2015

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Paramekkavu Temple/Thiruvambaadi Temple

03:00 AM

Fireworks

In conclusion, I have to say, having researched this event in detail over the last couple of years, whilst mainly for the fireworks, this is definitely on my bucket list if only to see caparisoned elephants first hand and so much colour, music and laughter in one place must be amazing.


Vadakkumnada Temple

12:00 PM

Farewell

The ‘Upacharam Cholli Piriyal’ (bidding farewell) ceremony brought the curtain down on this year’s Thrissur Pooram festival. Marking the finale of the 36-hour long celebrations, idols of the Paramekkavu and Thiruvambady temples bid farewell to each other in front of Vadakkunathan. After the ritual, the deities were taken to their respective temples .

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