Thrissur Pooram


'Thrissur Pooram' - 15 News Result(s)

  • One-Eyed Celebrity Elephant Flags Off Thrissur Temple Festival After Row

    One-Eyed Celebrity Elephant Flags Off Thrissur Temple Festival After Row

    Scores of devotees cheered as Kerala's beloved one-eyed elephant waded through the corridor of the famed Vadakkumnathan temple in Thrissur on Sunday after it was given a conditional nod by the district authorities to participate in the Thrissur Pooram festival.

  • Kerala's Celebrity Elephant Banned From Event, Owners Threaten To Boycott

    Kerala's Celebrity Elephant Banned From Event, Owners Threaten To Boycott

    A large cultural festival in Kerala featuring elephants is in the midst of "jumbo" controversy. Thrissur Pooram, held annually at Vadakkunnathan Temple, has a celebrity elephant at the centre of the festivities.

  • Recently Concluded Thrissur Pooram Violated Animal Rights, Alleges Activist

    Recently Concluded Thrissur Pooram Violated Animal Rights, Alleges Activist

    An animal rights campaigner has written to the Chief Controller of Explosives, Nagpur, and the Director of Project Elephant alleging violations of Wildlife Protection Act and Sound Pollution Regulation Rules in the recently concluded Thrissur Pooram festival.

  • Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

    Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

    I could hear menacing slogans of "Go back, media" several times. Loud and clear. There were also specific chants made against a few regional channels.

  • Elephants Keep Up Thrissur Pooram Tradition, Black Paint Masking Injuries

    Elephants Keep Up Thrissur Pooram Tradition, Black Paint Masking Injuries

    A famous festival in Kerala's Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur saw lakhs of people participating in the pomp and show on Sunday, prepping for a show of fireworks, days after over 100 people were killed in a fire 200 km away in Kollam.

  • Thrissur Pooram, Huge Kerala Fest, Will Have Fireworks, Agrees Court

    Thrissur Pooram, Huge Kerala Fest, Will Have Fireworks, Agrees Court

    The mega-festival of Thrissur Pooram, famous in Kerala for its parade of elephants and drummers, will include elaborate fireworks at its grand finale despite the recent tragedy that saw more than a hundred people killed after a fireworks display turned disastrous at a major temple.

  • Necessary Steps Will Be Taken For Conduct Of Thrissur Pooram: Kerala Government

    Necessary Steps Will Be Taken For Conduct Of Thrissur Pooram: Kerala Government

    Amid widespread allegations of "creating hurdles" in organising the famed 'Thrissur Pooram' in the wake of Kollam temple tragedy, Kerala government today said all necessary steps would be taken for the smooth conduct of the festival.

  • In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests

    In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests

    As 30 caparisoned elephants gracefully made their way down a festive Thrissur street in Kerala yesterday, few could doubt the stunning beauty of the parade that has come under a cloud lately for its use of captive elephants.

  • Don't Use 'Live' Elephants in Thrissur Parade: Actor Pamela Anderson to Kerala Chief Minister

    Don't Use 'Live' Elephants in Thrissur Parade: Actor Pamela Anderson to Kerala Chief Minister

    A parade of elephants caparisoned in gold has been an enduring image for Kerala Tourism over the decades. The resplendent parade, featuring 30 elephants with decorated umbrellas over them, occurs during the state's annual, week-long Thrissur Pooram. This year the elephants' parade is scheduled for Wednesday.

  • Actor Pamela Anderson Asks Kerala Chief Minister Not to Use Elephants for Kerala Festival

    Actor Pamela Anderson Asks Kerala Chief Minister Not to Use Elephants for Kerala Festival

    As the stage is set for Kerala's iconic festival Thrissur pooram, Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has written to Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy asking him not to the use elephants for the festival.

  • Thousands witness Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram

    Thousands witness Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram

    Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram was held in Thrissur on Sunday. Thousands of people, including foreign tourists, participated in the ceremony which included a parade of 30 richly caparisoned pachyderms and also a performance by over 500 top-ranked percussionists.

  • Two dozen injured as elephant runs amok

    Close to two dozen people were injured on Wednesday as an elephant participating in the Thrissur Pooram festival ran amok, police said.Inspector General of Police S Gopinath told Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) that none of the injured was in serious condition.

  • Pooram festival gets under way in Thrissur

    Kerala's most spectacular elephant and fireworks festival, Thrissur Pooram, began today morning with colourful pageants from temples in and around the city wending their way to the famed Vadakkumnathan Temple where festivities will culminate in the wee hours tomorrow.

  • Kerala readies for Thrissur Pooram festival

    Kerala is all set to celebrate Thrissur Pooram this week, a festival that will see majestic, decked up elephants passing through the town as well as a fireworks display.

  • Flags hoisted for the 214th year of Thrissur Pooram

    The flag hoisting ceremony for the famous Thrissur Pooram to be held on May 1 was performed with religious fervour at the Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu temples today.The annual Pooram fete had its origin in 1798 through a royal declaration by the then Raja Rama Varma, popularly known as Sakthan Thampuran.

'Thrissur Pooram' - 6 Video Result(s)

'Thrissur Pooram' - 15 News Result(s)

  • One-Eyed Celebrity Elephant Flags Off Thrissur Temple Festival After Row

    One-Eyed Celebrity Elephant Flags Off Thrissur Temple Festival After Row

    Scores of devotees cheered as Kerala's beloved one-eyed elephant waded through the corridor of the famed Vadakkumnathan temple in Thrissur on Sunday after it was given a conditional nod by the district authorities to participate in the Thrissur Pooram festival.

  • Kerala's Celebrity Elephant Banned From Event, Owners Threaten To Boycott

    Kerala's Celebrity Elephant Banned From Event, Owners Threaten To Boycott

    A large cultural festival in Kerala featuring elephants is in the midst of "jumbo" controversy. Thrissur Pooram, held annually at Vadakkunnathan Temple, has a celebrity elephant at the centre of the festivities.

  • Recently Concluded Thrissur Pooram Violated Animal Rights, Alleges Activist

    Recently Concluded Thrissur Pooram Violated Animal Rights, Alleges Activist

    An animal rights campaigner has written to the Chief Controller of Explosives, Nagpur, and the Director of Project Elephant alleging violations of Wildlife Protection Act and Sound Pollution Regulation Rules in the recently concluded Thrissur Pooram festival.

  • Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

    Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

    I could hear menacing slogans of "Go back, media" several times. Loud and clear. There were also specific chants made against a few regional channels.

  • Elephants Keep Up Thrissur Pooram Tradition, Black Paint Masking Injuries

    Elephants Keep Up Thrissur Pooram Tradition, Black Paint Masking Injuries

    A famous festival in Kerala's Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur saw lakhs of people participating in the pomp and show on Sunday, prepping for a show of fireworks, days after over 100 people were killed in a fire 200 km away in Kollam.

  • Thrissur Pooram, Huge Kerala Fest, Will Have Fireworks, Agrees Court

    Thrissur Pooram, Huge Kerala Fest, Will Have Fireworks, Agrees Court

    The mega-festival of Thrissur Pooram, famous in Kerala for its parade of elephants and drummers, will include elaborate fireworks at its grand finale despite the recent tragedy that saw more than a hundred people killed after a fireworks display turned disastrous at a major temple.

  • Necessary Steps Will Be Taken For Conduct Of Thrissur Pooram: Kerala Government

    Necessary Steps Will Be Taken For Conduct Of Thrissur Pooram: Kerala Government

    Amid widespread allegations of "creating hurdles" in organising the famed 'Thrissur Pooram' in the wake of Kollam temple tragedy, Kerala government today said all necessary steps would be taken for the smooth conduct of the festival.

  • In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests

    In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests

    As 30 caparisoned elephants gracefully made their way down a festive Thrissur street in Kerala yesterday, few could doubt the stunning beauty of the parade that has come under a cloud lately for its use of captive elephants.

  • Don't Use 'Live' Elephants in Thrissur Parade: Actor Pamela Anderson to Kerala Chief Minister

    Don't Use 'Live' Elephants in Thrissur Parade: Actor Pamela Anderson to Kerala Chief Minister

    A parade of elephants caparisoned in gold has been an enduring image for Kerala Tourism over the decades. The resplendent parade, featuring 30 elephants with decorated umbrellas over them, occurs during the state's annual, week-long Thrissur Pooram. This year the elephants' parade is scheduled for Wednesday.

  • Actor Pamela Anderson Asks Kerala Chief Minister Not to Use Elephants for Kerala Festival

    Actor Pamela Anderson Asks Kerala Chief Minister Not to Use Elephants for Kerala Festival

    As the stage is set for Kerala's iconic festival Thrissur pooram, Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has written to Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy asking him not to the use elephants for the festival.

  • Thousands witness Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram

    Thousands witness Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram

    Kerala's popular temple festival Thrissur Pooram was held in Thrissur on Sunday. Thousands of people, including foreign tourists, participated in the ceremony which included a parade of 30 richly caparisoned pachyderms and also a performance by over 500 top-ranked percussionists.

  • Two dozen injured as elephant runs amok

    Close to two dozen people were injured on Wednesday as an elephant participating in the Thrissur Pooram festival ran amok, police said.Inspector General of Police S Gopinath told Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) that none of the injured was in serious condition.

  • Pooram festival gets under way in Thrissur

    Kerala's most spectacular elephant and fireworks festival, Thrissur Pooram, began today morning with colourful pageants from temples in and around the city wending their way to the famed Vadakkumnathan Temple where festivities will culminate in the wee hours tomorrow.

  • Kerala readies for Thrissur Pooram festival

    Kerala is all set to celebrate Thrissur Pooram this week, a festival that will see majestic, decked up elephants passing through the town as well as a fireworks display.

  • Flags hoisted for the 214th year of Thrissur Pooram

    The flag hoisting ceremony for the famous Thrissur Pooram to be held on May 1 was performed with religious fervour at the Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu temples today.The annual Pooram fete had its origin in 1798 through a royal declaration by the then Raja Rama Varma, popularly known as Sakthan Thampuran.

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