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Thrissur Pooram Festival

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The Thrissur Pooram Co-ordination Committee was formed to facilitate the co-ordination of 8 different temples of pooram originating from 1) Kanimangalam 2) Chiyyaram 3) Laloor 4) Ayyanthole 5) Naithalakkavu 6) Choorakkottukara 7) Chembukavu 8) Kizhakkumpattukara and to conduct Thrissivaperur Pooram in a befitting manner. The committee formed more than 20 years back, is responsible for the smooth functioning of all the eight participating Poorams and keeping its traditional old cultural sanity without any problems. The co-ordination committee looks after all the needs of the participating temples. It arranges finance, liaison with Cochin Devaswom Board, the Exhibition Committee, Tourism Department, Local Administration, Thrissur Corporation and other agencies.

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Thrissur Pooram Festival

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The Thrissur Pooram, celebrated in the Malayalam month Of Medom (April-May) is a grand assembly of Gods and Goddesses in and around Thrissur. These Gods and Goddesses make their visit to the Vadakumnathan Temple premises on caparisoned elephants accompanied by grand ensembles of Chenda melam and pancha vadyam. The Ten participants of the Pooram are the Thiruvambady Bhagavathi and Paramekkavu Bhagavathi, Nethilakkavu Bhagavathi, Karamukku Bhagavathi, Ayyanthole Bhagavathi, Laloor Bhagavathi, Choorakkattukavu Bhagavathi, Chembukkavu Bhagavathi, Panamukkumpally Sastha, Kanimangalam Sastha. The processions and rituals of each of these deities follow a very strict itinerary, scheduled in such a way that the tempo of the Pooram celebrations – 36 hrs non-stop- is maintained without any loss of energy.

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Dharmodhayam

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The Dharmmodayam Company was formed on 1/11/1918 with a membership strength of 68 Christians of Thrissur, contributing Rs. 5/- each as membership fee. The company was registered as a Charitable organization on 25/1/1919 by the order dated 21/1/1919 of Sri. J.W.Bhor, Divan of Cochin. So far 371 persons enrolled as members of the company out of which 286 members expired. The present member strength is 85.
The founder members started chitties as a source of income and utilized a lions share for the sake of charity. A portion of the profit was utilized for buildup of assets. Gradually the assets size of the company was increased in the form of land and buildings in Thrissur and Ernakulam. Now the main source of income of the company is from rent. The company is also engaged in Agri activity by maintaining a Rubber Estate at Chuvannammannu, Near Pattikkad.

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Mudiyettu Kerala

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This website gives you comprehensive information about Mudiyettu Traditional Art Form and its practitioners. For further information and services you may contact us: mudiyettukerala@gmail.com

Mudiyettu, the traditional- ritual performing art of Kerala, has been inscribed by UNESCO in 2010 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Dr. Chunkath. K. Thomas and Mrs. Meena Paul are the two researchers, who submitted the research proposal to UNESCO through Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Department of Culture Government of India, New Delhi. Natyavedi Kerala and Artists Co-operative, the two cultural institutions in Kerala coordinated with them in this endeavour.

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St. Mathew's Church

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Prayer is a form of religious practice that seeks to activate a volitional connection to some greater power in the universe through deliberate practice. Prayer may be either individual or communal and take place in public or in private. It may involve the use of words or song. When language is used, prayer may take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creedal statement, or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person. There are different forms of prayer such as petitionary prayer, prayers of supplication, thanksgiving, and worship/praise. Prayer may be directed towards a deity, spirit, deceased person, or lofty idea, for the purpose of worshiping, requesting guidance, requesting assistance, confessing sins or to express one's thoughts and emotions. Thus, people pray for many reasons such as personal benefit or for the sake of others.

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Mariam Thresia

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A Time Line of Bl. Mariam Thresia

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Bible Study Centre

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Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour. You are welcome to the Bible Study Centre. Your knowledge of English or Malayalam enables you to use this site for reading books and articles on the Word of God, conveying the message of salvation to many an unsaved, getting your prayer requests published in “Jonathan’s International” and for getting information about other Christian websites.

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Perinchery Church

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Perinchery Church

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The Church Of The East

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The Assyrian Church of the East in India is known as the Chaldean Syrian Church. Outside India the name Chaldean Church refers to that branch of the Church of the East which has a separate existence from 1553 AD when Pope consecrated a monk named John Sulaqa as the Patriarch of the Chaldeans of Babel. The head of Chaldean Church is Patriarch Cardinal Immanuel Delli who resides in Baghdad. The Catholicos Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East is His Holiness Khanania Mar Dinkha IV who resides in Chicago where a lot of Assyrians from Iran and Iraq have migrated during the 20th Century. .

The Chaldean Syrian Church in India is based in Trichur. The history of this church in the early centuries is the same as the history of the other Syrian churches in Kerala

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Dolours Basilica

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Sakthan Thampuran, the great Maharaja of Cochin, paved the way for Urban Development and Commercial Progress of Trichur. As he understood keenly that the presence of Christians was quite essential for the development of the town where there were only a few Hindu families inhabiting, he took measures, around the year of 1794, for bringing and rehabilitating 52 Syrian Christian families from the neighboring centers of Aranattukara, Ollur and Kottekkad. He rendered all necessary help to these Christians. The option of the number 52 was as if to perpetuate the great Apostle's arrival in Kerala. Since there was no Christian Church in the town, they had to go their parent churches to fulfill their spiritual needs. The Maharaja who perceived their difficulties, promptly permitted them to build a church. In 1814, His Ex. Dominicos, Archbishop and Governor of Cranganore (Kodungallur) Arch diocese, gave his approval and blessing to build the first Catholic church in the name of Our Lady of Dolours. From 1814 to 1838, this church was under the jurisdiction of the Cranganore (Kodungallur) Archdiocese. On 24th April, 1838, H.H. Pope Gregory XVI issued a proclamation, "Multa Praeclara", whereby the Cranganore (Kodungallur) diocese ceased to exist. Consequently the Church of Our Lady of Dolours came under the authority of the Bishop of Verapoly which continued till 1861. Unfortunately, with the advent of the Persian Catholic Bishops Rocos and Melus, who came here without the necessary permission from the pope, there started differences among the Catholics of Trichur and its suburbs. The differences resulted in the so-called Rocos-and-Melus Schisms. Bishops Rocos and Melus had to go back owing to strong protest from the people in 1862 and 1882 respectively. In the year 1886 Pope Leo XIII suppressed the Archdiocese of Cranganore (Kodungallur) and in 1887 separated the Kerala Syrian Catholics from Verapoly and brought them under the Syro lMalabar Vicariates of Trichur and Kottayam. He appointed His Ex. Adolph Medleykot as the first Bishop of Trichur. In the fickle vagaries of history that followed, the Catholics lost possession of the Church of Our Lady of Dolours which they constructed in 1814. To compensate that loss, the Catholics of Trichur decided to build another church. Petitions seeking permission for this were sent to the Maharaja of Cochin, the Governor of Madras, the Viceroy and the British Emperor. Eventually on 8th October, 1925 , as per the order of H.H. Ramavarma Maharaja of Cochin, the Cochin Sarkar issued royal sanction to build a new church within the premises of the fort city of Trichur.

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Lourdes Cathedral Thrissur

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Our Lady of Lourdes Metropolitan Cathedral is situated in the heart of Thrissur town in the state of Kerala, South India. The exterior of this church features an Indo-European facade with pink spires. The Centenary of this church was celebrated during the historic visit of Pope John Paul II to Thrissur in 1986. The well decorated underground chapel of the Cathedral is a major attraction. The Cathedral church attracts thousands of pilgrims every month.

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