MALAYALAM CALENDAR 2014
MALAYALAM CALENDAR 2014 is the calendar followed by the people of Kerala. Malayalam Calendar 2014 is a very important asset for the Malayalam speaking community. Malayalam calendar for 2014 has all the important details like, festival dates, banks holidays, public holidays & subha muhurtham for the year 2014. With the help of our Malayalam calendar for 2014 you can plan your holidays in advance and enjoy these precious off times to the fullest. Now lets know a bit more about the Malayalam Calendar, the 12 months in Malayalam Calendar are the 12 zodiac signs - Chingam, Kanni, Thulam, Vrischikam, Dhanu, Makaram, Kumbham, Meenam, Medam, Edavam, Midhunam and Karkidam.
Malayalam Calendar 2014 is also called as Kolla Varsham or Kolla era which is believed to have established in 825 CE. According to Malayalam Calendar 2014, Chingam is the first month which is mid August - mid September according to the Gregorian Calendar. So, let's take a look at all the festivals and events lined up for the year 2014. Malayalam Calendar 2014 also gives you the auspicious muhurats for the year 2014. Which plays a very important role in the world of marriages and matchmaking.
In the below provided Malayalam Calendar 2014 is the detailed list of all the festivals, public holidays, bank holidays and subha Muhurtham for the Malayalam speaking community.
Malayalam Festival Calendar 2014
|Start Date||End Date||Fetival Name|
|27 Mar||1-Apr||Kottakkal Pooram|
|09-Aug||-||Nehru Trophy Boat Race|
|28-Dec||-||Indira Gandhi BoatRace|
|10-Sep||-||Aranmula Boat Race|
|11-Jul||-||Champakulam Boat Race|
|08-Sep||-||Payippad Boat Race|
|08-Sep||-||Kumarakom Boat Race|
|07-Sep||-||Onam to the festival|
|03-Apr||-||Nenmara Vallangi Vela|
|17-Jan||-||Thaipooya Mahotsavam, Koorkancherry|
|17-Jan||-||Thaipooya Mahotsavam, Harippad|
|31-Oct||-||Sree Padmanabha Swami Temple Alpashy Utsavam|
|14-Apr||-||Sree Padmanabha Swami Temple Painkuni Utsavam|
|15 Mar 14||-||Attukal Pongala|
|7-Mar||16-Mar||Kidangoor Balasubramaniya Swami Temple|
|5-Apr||-||Thirumandham kunnu Pooram|
|15-Mar||28 Mar||Valliyoor Kavu|
|17-Nov||-||Payyannoor Subramaniya Swami Temple|
|14-Apr||18-Apr||Mathoor Vinayaka Temple|
|26-Feb||-||Ananthapuram Lake Temple|
|26-Oct||-||Thripoonithura Poorna Therayasha Temple|
|02-Dec||-||Parassinikadavu , Kannur|
|11-Mar||20-Mar||Jaganadha Temple Thalassery|
|5-Apr||13-Apr||Cherthala Karthiyayani Temple|
|25-Sep||4-Oct||Navarathri Sangitholsavam Thiruvananthapuram|
|14-Jan||23 Jan||Avoor Utsavam|
|05-Dec||-||Kadampuzha Devi Temple|
|28-Dec-2013||1-Jan-2014||Kanathoor Nalvar Bhoothasthanam|
|7-Dec||16-Dec||Perumthitta Tharavad Kottamkuzhy|
|23-Feb||26-Feb||Kuttikkol Thampuratty Theyyam|
|3-Apr||11-Apr||Muchilottu Kavu Theyyam|
|18-Oct||-||Attangyeru at Thirumandhamkunnu|
|1-Sep||8-Sep||Manarcad Perunnal, Kottayam|
|14-Nov||21-Nov||Vettukadu Perunnal to Feast of Christ, the King|
|30-Nov||8-Dec||St Mary's Church Parel|
|6-May||7-May||St George Orthodox Church, Puthupally Perunal|
|27-Oct||28-Oct||Aduppootty St.George Orthodox Church Perunal|
|16-Sep||24-Sep||Vallarpadam Church, Kochi|
|9-Nov||10-Nov||Vallathol Jayanthi Varshikam, Kalamandalam|
Kerala celebrates one of the most popular festivals in India, that being Onam. This falls in the month of Chingam according to the Malayalam Calendar 2014. The festival is world famous for its customs and celebration. The highlight of this festival is the breathtakingly beautiful Poo-Kolam (Rangoli made with flowers). The state declares a 4 days holiday, which is available in AstroSage Malayalam Calendar 2014 on account of this festival. It marks the Vamana Avatar of Vishnu and the home coming of King Bali. One of the other important festivals having a very high following in the Malayalam community is the festival of Vishu, which is most popular for its famous Sadhya meal. Sadhya is a spread of delicious food ranging from sweet, salty, sour and bitter items.
The year 2014 looks all colourful with yet another set of festivals and holidays lined up. With the help of our Malayalam Calendar 2014, you can keep track of all this and enjoy a lively year.
Hope the information provided in our Malayalam Calendar 2014 is of most use to our users. With this we wish everyone a very happy 2014!