Kalpathy Temple in Kerala
Centre of Action
Main Fascination :
Three Spectacular Chariots Bedecked with Blossoms and Flags
The week-long yearly party of Ratholsavam (Chariot Festival) starts in the 30 days of Nov, every season. A large number of enthusiasts take the large, delicately designed forehead chariots through the roads.
Vedic ricitals are organised in the forehead throughout the party. Pounding with the Vedic chants sonorously recited by the Vedic college students escorting the god, Kalpathy comes in existence with the soul of real commitment and wondrous party.
Perched on its rich natural lenders is the historical Kalpathy Temple, devoted to Master Shiva. A pilgrim hub rich in antiquity, the forehead goes returning to 1425 A.D. and is as recognized in Southern region Indian as Benares in the Northern Indian.
Located near Palakkad, this forehead is considered to be over 700 decades of age. The party is covered with three magnificent chariots, bedecked with flowers and banners, each sanctified by the use of the the almighty.
Teeming crowd and an incredible number of arms try to arrive at out to be one of the blessed to have the honor of taking the chariots, as they continue in stately magnificence.