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Last Updated Tuesday April 25 2017 05:50 PM IST

A haunting we go

Stories and myths about the ghosts and supernatural are held in awe even in Kerala, the God's Own Country. Some ghosts that have become urban legends

These places are famous for Vidyarambham

Navarathri is celebrated in different forms across the country. In Kerala, it is the day when tiny tots are initiated into the world of letters. It is a day dedicated to Goddess Saraswathi.

Gods must be stingy

They are revered, but the theyyam artistes of north Kerala struggle to make ends meet.

Malampuzha turns 60

Heavenly hills, rivers rippling down, lush green forests – add a friendly affectionate people and that will bring you to Malampuzha.

Attukal Pongala

The Pongala festival of the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple, one of the ancient temples in South India is popularly described as the Sabarimala of women

Sabarimala pilgrims to be guests of Kottayam

One of the main objectives of the project is to reduce the complaints regarding the non-availability of food, medicine, accommodation and fuel for pilgrims, who passes through the city during the night.

Jain Temple

This historical monument is believed to be over 1500 years old.

Kaviyoor Rock Cut Cave

The Kaviyoor Trikkukkudi Cave Temple is of historical importance and is preserved as a monument by the Archaeological Department.