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kerala Association will be holding its Onam Celebrations on the sep 13 th, 2014.

The events will be as follows:
Onam cultural show on stage which will include the following:
Speeches by the President,Songs, dances
Presentation of awards to students who excelled in their exams in 20014
Onam Queen Contest ,Onasadhya , games for Children and Pookkalam contest

In view of the above, we would like to invite all our Malayalee and non-Malayalee friends to attend and participate in these grand celebrations. For more information please visit
ww.mayooram.org
With warm wishes , President_ Jiby mathew.

we would like to invite all our Malayalee and non-Malayalee friends to watch and enjoy onam 2004 grand celebrations. For more information please visit. ww.mayooram.org
With warm wishes, President


published on Jan 6, 2014
Lá Le Cultúr ….. A Day With Culture !
A magical Christmas lights up the City of Culture

I hope next year we will all get together for Best Onam. # Thomas kattakayam


Thiruvathirakali
Thiruvathirakali is a dance performed by women, in order to attain everlasting marital bliss, on Thiruvathira day in the Malayalam month of Dhanu (December- January). The dance is a celebration of marital fidelity and the female energy, for this is what brought Kamadeva (the god of love) back to life after he was reduced to ashes by the ire of Lord Siva.

The sinuous movements executed by a group of dancers around a nilavilakku, embody ‘lasya’ or the amorous charm and grace of the feminine. The dance follows a circular, pirouetting pattern accompanied by clapping of the hands and singing. Today, Thiruvathirakali has become a popular dance form for all seasons
kerala Association will be holding its Onam Celebrations on the sep 13 th, 2014

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