Kerala Photos : Festivals : Tripunithura Poornathrayeesa Temple Vrischikotsavam
Tripunithura Poornathrayeesa Temple Vrischikolsavam Photo gallery.

Vrischikolsavam is conducted every year in the month of Vrishchikam (November–December). It marks the beginning of Ulsava (festival) season in Kerala. The festival season ends with Thrissur Pooram.

Vrischikolsavam is an eight day long festival which is a visual treat with caparisoned elephants, Panchari Melam performance, Kathakali performances, music recitals, dance recitals etc.

Many people belonging to Thripunithura return home during this festival time to be part of the festivities. It is always a great experience being part of Vrischikotsavam with all the temple rituals, elephants, colourful shops selling fancy things, food, household things and lighting.

Events during Vrischikolsavam runs 24 x 7 with traditional folk art forms such as Ottanthullal, Kathakali, Thayambaka, Chenda melam, Kacheri, maddalappattu, kombupattu, kuzhalppattu.
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