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Deepavali Festival in Kerala – Deepavali Wishes and Deepavali Greetings

DeepavaliDeepavali (Generally known as Diwali in other parts of India, especially in northern region) is one of the famous festivals in Kerala. The name Deepavali or Diwali means “a row of lights”. The Deepavali celebration is mainly connected to the use of lights in the nights and made the festival to be known as “Festival of Lights”. The Diwali celebration comes as part of the beginning of Hindu calendar. It’s one of the delightful events in Kerala and this kind of events brings attractions to most beautiful places in Kerala.

Every festival has a story to be shared with us; likewise this Diwali Festival is also connected with an epic tale of comeback. The story behind the festival clears you about the victory of good over evil. The demon Narakasura made cruel actions towards the people he rules. He used to toruture the villagers and kidnapped woman to imprison them in his place. He made great disturbances to the village community and as a result of his cruel rule, Lord Krishna came to end his torture and killed him. The day when Narakasura was killed by Lord Krishna is celebrated as Deepavali. It also commemorates the victory of god over devil.

The lights are the main attraction throughout the celebration. People use different kinds of lighting things such as oil lamps, electric lights, etc., to decorate their home, workplace, streets, etc. The scene where lighted objects drift here and there in water filled bowls is so special during Diwali event. The Deepavali festival morning people wake up early morning at around 3 am, which is considered as brahmamuhurtam (most favorable time). Then they took oil bath, following the bath use to wear new clothes. The Hindu community share Deepavali wishes eachother, share sweet food items and also go to temple together to have prayer session.

Kerala is wonderfully connected with lots of attractive festival moments to please the visitors to South India. Deepavali or Diwali Celebration is one among them which add more to the most beautiful places in Kerala to be delightful for the tourist from across the globe. The below are some of the Deepavali wishes, Deepavali greetings and Deepavali images to help you spread the joy of the event among your friends and relatives.

Diwali Greetings – Diwali Images – Diwali Pictures – Diwali Wishes


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Most Beautiful Places in Kerala – Nothing to Replace it with

Beautiful Places in KeralaKerala is a south Indian state having great importance and opportunities for natural attractions. The state is blessed greatly with rich cultural heritage and natural scenery. The most beautiful places in Kerala is mainly laid under the label of greenery and beauty of natural attractions such as lakes, backwaters, hill stations, paddy fields, etc., and moderate weather condition (The whole year is shared equally by rain and sun) lead the place to be renowned as “God’s own country”.

Kerala natural beauty cannot be explained by words as it’s a matter of experiencing the real scenery. From Trivandrum to Kasaragod , all of the Kerala districts have something to share with the nature lovers once they drive through. The natural beauty of Kerala is not limited to a single theme, but it consists of cool and tranquil climate, green mountains and valleys, rivers and waterfalls, opaque and hazy woods, green paddy fields, flowery meadows and lakes and also shares the part of Western Ghats. An overall look into the natural attractions of Kerala gives you a picture by illustrating the blessings it has.

Most Beautiful Places in Kerala

There are lots of hills and plantations in Kerala to be counted as most beautiful places in Kerala and which consists of several world famous hill stations like Munnar and Silent Valley. The major keral hill stations are Munnar, Silent Valley, Wayanad, Cochin, Thekkady, Vagamon, Vythiri, Athirappalli, Ponmudi, Lakkidi, etc.  There are eye-catching beaches such as Kovalam, Shankhumugham, Alappuzha, Varkal, Poovar and Bekal with a view of Greta Bekal Fort. Several national parks are also being part of Kerala such as Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sancutary and Eravikulam National Park. All this attractions together contributes to Kerala natural beauty and makes it a heaver for the visitors from across the globe.

Kerala natural beauty bounded with friendly climate conditions makes the place a real traveler’s paradise. Kerala is granted with a pleasant and calm climate through out the year. The Kerala weather condition is divided into four; winter, summer, south-west monsoon and north-east monsoon, but all these climate conditions have nothing to do to prevent the tourists from enjoying the picturesque beauty of Kerala.  Kerala tourist attractions have a magical power to return a visitor again and again to it’s lap.


Posted by on July 12, 2013 in Kerala Tourist Places


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