"Thrissur Pooram DVD malayalam script joy Enamave Visualizer Madhu Kavil. Thrissur Pooram is one of the most popular temple festivals of the South Indian state Kerala. It is held at the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur town every year on the Pooram day of the Malayalam Calendar month of Medam. Pooram day is the day when the moon rises with the Pooram star. Thrissur Pooram was the brain child of Raja Rama Varma or famously known as Sakthan Thampuran, the Maharaja of Cochin (1790–1805). Before the start of Thrissur Pooram, the largest temple festival in Kerala was the one-day festival held at Aarattupuzha knows asArattupuzha Pooram. Temples in and around City of Thrissur were regular participants. One day because of incessant rains they were late for the Arattupuzha Pooram and were denied access to the Pooram procession. Felt embarrassed by the denial, the temples went to theSakthan Thampuran and told their story.So in 1798, he unified the 10 temples situated around Vadakkunnathan Temple and organised the celebration of Thrissur Pooram as a mass festival. He invited temples with their deities to City of Thrissur to pay obeisance to Lord Vadakkunnathan, the presiding deity of the Vadakkunnathan Temple. Sakthan Thampuran ordained these temples into two groups, Western group and Eastern group. The Western group as Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple consisting of Kanimangalam, Laloor, Ayyanthole and Nethilakkavu as the main one.The Eastern group called as Paramekkavu Bagavathi Temple, consisting in addition to Paramekkavu temple, Karamukku, Chembukavu, Choorakottukavu and Panamukkamppilly. The Pooram was to be centered around the Vadakkunnathan Temple, with all these temples sending their Poorams (the whole procession), to pay obeisance to the Shiva, the presiding deity. The Thampuran is believed to have chalked out the program and the main events of theThrissur Pooram festival.Principle participants are Paramekkavu Bagavathi Temple and Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple.Flag Hoisting (Kodiyettam), Display of fireworks (First Round), Display of Caparisons(Nettipattam), elephant accoutrements (Chamayam), peacock feathers (Aalavattom), ), royal fan (Venchamarom), sacred bells and decorative umbrellas are prepared new by Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu Devawsoms separately, Main Pooram, Display of fireworks (Main Round), Farewell Ceremony. Despite being a Hindu festival, the Thrissur pooram is attended by different sections of the Kerala society . "