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August 12, Athachamayam.

Athachamayam is a cultural festival that marks the beginning of Onam. The festival is a rare opportunity to witness all the folk art forms of Kerala. Processions are carried to represent the King of Kochi and his entourage, to commemorate the King’s victory. The caravan is accompanied by caparisoned elephants, floats, musical ensembles, and a variety of folk art forms.

August 11, Hariyali Teej.

On this day, women worship the moon by fasting and celebrate the festival by singing and dancing to traditional songs. As the name suggests Hariyali Teej signifies greenery and so mostly green dresses and bangles are worn. It is also known as Choti Teej or Shravan Teej as it falls in the Shravana month of the Hindu calendar.

Indian Festivals in August 2021 that are full of amusement and religion.

Festivals are the most fun part of the year. Getting together with your family, friends, and cousins celebrating and having fun leaving the routine aside for a day or two are the highlights of a lifetime. Hence, it can be said that festivals play an important role in creating bonds, memories, growth, learnings, and life in general. That being said, let’s look at some of the festivals in August that are going to be the center of all the fun.

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