Category: Festival

What is the science behind the festival of Tamils – Pongal?

It is a well-known truth that India is made up of many cultures, with people bonded by a strong feeling of nationalism, a shared history, and a special connection to celebrate festivals such as Diwali, Christmas, and other notable Indian events. But have you ever seen people gather to celebrate a holiday that does not fall under the label of “religion?” Check out the blog for fascinating information about “Thai Month” and the science behind it that defies imagination.

Why Tamil month Aadi is unique in Tamil Calendar?

A thanksgiving ceremony to the bountiful grace of the mother nature to mankind. Scientifically, Adi Perukku signifies the onset of monsoon season in Tamil Nadu. The water resources most essential for agriculture are worshipped throughout the state in a welcoming note. The ritual which falls on the 18th day of the Tamil month Aadi is also called as 𝐏𝐚𝐝𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐭𝐭𝐚𝐦 𝐏𝐞𝐫𝐮𝐤𝐤𝐮 and is most prominently celebrated along the 𝐛𝐚𝐧𝐤𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐑𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐂𝐚𝐮𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐲.

Most Important Festivals of Tamilnadu That Are Worth Watching and Experiencing

The beautiful state of Tamilnadu not only allures you with its remarkable temples and mesmerizing landscapes but also with its innumerable variety of festivals that are celebrated with sheer enthusiasm and devotion all across the state. If you wish to witness Tamil culture at its best, here’s a list of the Most Important Festivals of Tamilnadu that are Worth Watching and Experiencing.

Tamil Nadu International Kite Festival

Kites of Multitude Colors, Shapes, and Sizes To Dot Mamallapuram Skies For The First-Ever At International Kite Festival. The spectacular display of kites, transforming the serene blue sky into a riot of colours is an incredible visual spectacle that delights young, old, and people of all ages alike. Mahabalipuaram/Mamallapuram in Chennai is all set to host its maiden edition of the Tamil Nadu International Kite Festival (TNIKF).


Kanjanoor Agneeswarar Temple is the Shukra Navagrahasthalam, associated with Lord Shukra or Planet Venus. Lord Shiva as Agneeswarar and Goddess Parvathi as Karpagambal forms the presiding deities of this temple. Unlike other Navagraha Temples, the main deity of Kanjanoor Agneeswarar Temple, Lord Agneeswarar resides here in the form of Lingam and depicts Lord Shukra. One can find no separate shrine for the Navagraha, Shukra here. This is because Lord Shiva Himself is worshipped […]


Devotees from all parts of South India throng the Vaitheeswaran Koil in Tamilnadu to seek the blessings of Lord Vaidyanathar or Vaitheeswaran (Lord Shiva) and pray here for a remedy from various ailments as Lord Vaitheeswaran is regarded as the “God of Healing”. Devotees believe that prayers to Lord Vaitheeswaran can cure all ailments and also brings mental peace and relief from hardships. Vaitheeswaran Koil is revered for providing relief from […]

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