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Aug 25,2010 (Wed)
Payippad Jalolsavam
Payippad Jalotsavam is held on the Payippad Lake, which is 35 Km from Alappuzha, to commemorate the installation of deity at the Subrahmanya Swamy Temple , Harippad. Legend says that the villagers decided to build a temple with Sree Ayyappa as the presiding deity After the temple was built, they had a vision directing them to a whirlpool in Kayamkulam Lake where they would
find the idol of Sree Subramanya which was to be installed at the temple. Accordingly, the elders of the village with divers and swimmers rowed to the spot and found the idol which was escorted back ceremoniously by devotees from the entire region in colorfully.
TRACK & HEATS
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Heats - 1 Karuvatta Chundan
[ Team : Karuvatta Boat Club,Karuvatta ]
Anary Puthen Chundan
[ Team : St.George Boat Club, Kollam ]
Karichal Chundan
[ Team : Jesus Boat Club, Kollam ]

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Heats - 2 Parthasarathy
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Cheruthana Chundan
[ Team : Cheruthana Boat Club ]
Sree Vinayakan Chundan
[ Team : Udaya Boat Club Pandi ]

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Heats - 3 Old Vellamkulangra Chundan
[ Team : Vellamkulangra Chundanvalla Samithi ]
Valiyadivanji Chundan
[ Team : ABC Ayaparampu ]
Payippad Chundan
[ Team : UBC Kainakary ]

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Event
Payippad Jalotsavam is held on the Payippad Lake, which is 35 Km from Alappuzha, to commemorate the installation of deity at the Subrahmanya Swamy Temple , Harippad. Time : 2.00 pm
Sri Narayana Jayanthi
(Sri Narayana Jayanthi is festival of the ezhava, billava and idiga communities of Kerala, Karanataka and Tamil Nadu. Its also called Chathayam Dinam in kerala. It marks the birthday of Narayana Guru, greatest Social reformer of India. It is celebrated in all over world by the above communities. The birthday of this great saint is celebrated on the Chathayam asterism of the Malayalam month of Chingam (Leo). In a society broken into fragments by casteism and economic inequality, he emphasised the gospel of 'one caste, one religion and one god.' Even though the Guru accepted the fundamental principles of the Vedic religion, he revolted against caste-based ascendancy, caste discrimination and sectarianism. Communal harmony processions, conferences, floral tributes, community prayers, feeding for the poor and community feasts marks jayanthi celebrations.) Kumarakamvallamkali at Kottayam Sri NarayanaJalolsavamKannetty at Kollam(Karunagapalli)
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