Arattupuzha Pooram 2021- World’s oldest pooram festival

Arattupuzha Pooram 2021- World’s oldest pooram festival

Arattupuzha Pooram 2021: 26th March 2021

World’s oldest pooram festival, Arattupuzha Pooram  falls on 26th March 2021.  The pooram is also known as “Devamela” (a festival when all gods and goddesses assemble here). The venue of the pooram is Sree Sastha temple at Arattupuzha, Thrissur, Kerala. The beautiful Arattupuzha village is  located 15km away from Thrissur town. Melam, Ezunallippu,  Sasthavinte Melam, Arattu, Upacharam cholli piriyal are the attractions of Pooram.

Arattupuzha Pooram 2021
Arattupuzha Pooram 2021



Arattupuzha SasthaThriprayar Thevar

Urakam Amma Thiruvadi

Cherpu Bhagawathi

Chathakkudam Sastha

Thiruvullakkavu Sastha

Anthikkad Bhagawathi

Thottippal Bhagawathi

Pisharikkal Bhagawath

iEdakkunny Bhagawathi

Ayyunnu Bhagawathi

Thaikkattusery Bhagavathi

Kaduppasery Bhagavathi

Choorakkode Bhagavathi

Poonilarkkal Bhagavathi

Chalakudy Pisharikkal Bhagavathi

Chakkamkulangara Sastha

Kodannur Sastha

Namkulam Sastha

Maattil Sastha

Nettissery Sastha

Kalleli Sastha

Chittichathakkudam Sastha

Medamkulam Sastha


NB: This is just for an information. The rituals and celebrations related to the festival will be decided to the related authority because of the present Covid 19 Situation.



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