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Thootha Pooram 2024 – Pooram Festival at Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple in Kerala

Thootha Pooram is annually observed in Meda Masam (April – May) at Tootha Village in Malappuram District in Kerala. Thootha Pooram is the most important festival at the Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple. Thootha Pooram 2024 date is May 13. 


The Pooram at Tootha Village is similar to the Pooram observed in Thrissur. Display of colorful umbrellas with unique designs atop caparisoned elephants by two teams is the main attraction.

Thousands of people from Malappuram and Palakkad District arrive to witness this annual Pooram festival.

Thootha Pooram also marks the end of the Pooram festival in Malabar or Northern Kerala.

The temple is located around 28 km from Palakkad and around 24 km from Malappuram.

Thootha Kalavela – Kala Vela Festival at Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple in Kerala

Thootha Kalavela is annually observed in Meda Masam (April – May) at Tootha Village in Malappuram District in Kerala. Thootha Kalavela is part of the annual festival at the Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple. Thootha Kalavela 2024 date is May 12.



Kalavela is a unique feature of temple festival in Kerala. Huge mascots resembling ox are taken out in procession during the festival.

Thousands of people from Malappuram and Palakkad District arrive to witness Thootha Kalavela festival. The figurines in Thootha kalavela are intricately decorated and it also adorns the painting of the murti worshipped in the temple.

The day after Thootha Kalavela is the famous Pooram festival at Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple.

Thootha Thalappoli – Thalappoli Festival at Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple in Kerala

Thootha Thalappoli is annually observed in Meda Masam (April – May) at Tootha Village in Malappuram District in Kerala. Thootha Thalappoli is part of the annual festival at the Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple. Thootha Thalappoli 2024 date is May 10.

Thalappoli is a unique feature of temple festival in Kerala. Girls, unmarried women and married women carry lighted lamps and move in a procession to the temple. It is performed for peace and prosperity.

Hundreds of people from Malappuram and Palakkad District arrive to witness Thootha Thalappoli festival.

A couple of days after Thootha Thalappoli is the famous Thootha Kalavela and the Pooram festival at Sree Thootha Bhagavathi Temple.