Onam Festival: The Origins, Traditions, and Celebrations

Onam is a traditional Hindu festival that is celebrated in the Indian state of Kerala. The Onam festival is one of the most important annual festivals of Kerala, India. It is celebrated during the month of Chingam (August/September), and commemorates the homecoming of the legendary King Mahabali.Onam is a time for family reunions and celebrations. It is a time for people to come together and celebrate the harvest, water, and the bounty of the earth. The main festival day is observed on Thiru Onam, when people celebrate with their family by taking a dip in the river or ponds. They also wear new clothes, eat a variety of dishes and most importantly celebrate the bounty of the earth. Onam is a very important festival for the people of Kerala and it is also celebrated by Mal

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