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Festivals of Tamilnadu

Tamil Nadu is a land known for festivals round the year. Every occasion is gorgeously celebrated with lot of festivities. Most of the festivals are related to agriculture and religion as these are the threads connecting diverse population of the state strongly. This section enumerates some of the most popular festivals of Tamil Nadu.

Chidambaram Natyanjali Festival

Dance is the language of love, tribute, reverence and passion. A slight wave of the fingers or the sublime beauty of the dancer's vivid eyes will bring

Mamallapuram Dance Festival

Mamallapuram sculptures are world renowned, so as the Mamallapuram dance festival. This splendid fete falls in the month of Dec- Jan.

Diwali

Every soul will pray to have thousand eyes to see the incredible mud lamps adoring every house and the multicolored rainbows glittering

Chithirai or Alagar Festival

Madurai is the city of festivals and is always busy with decorations and preparations.This festival falls in April is the longest festival in the world that lasts for a month

Maha Shivaratri

As the name suggests this festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva, there is a belief that if we lie wide awake and meditate towards Lord Shiva on this

Jallikattu

Jallikattu is the typical Tamilians festival, this fete falls on the second day of Pongal (January). During this day the cows, bulls and buffalos are

Vinayagar chathurthi

The elephant headed deity, Ganesha is the focal center of celebrations on the day of Vinayaga Chathurthi. This festival falls generally in the

Pongal Festival Tamilnadu

The Pongal festival which normally falls during the second week of January every year. This is otherwise called as the Harvest Festival or the

Thai poosam

Be a part of the celebrations at Palani in Tamilnadu where Lord Muruga is worshipped by lakhs of devotees in the Tamil month of Thai.

Float festival - Madurai

Teppakulam water tank is one of the biggest water tanks in South India that belongs to Mariamman temple in Madurai. This tank is connected