September to February is the best time to visit Kerala when it is relatively cooler. While summers (March to May) make the state too hot for comfort and the monsoons (June - August) can receiver downpour that can heavier than imagined and is not entirely advisable to all tourists. But for some, it can be a beautiful amalgamation of festivals, scenic views and the much talked about Ayurvedic treatments.
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12th December 2018 - 29th March 2019
The Kochi Muziris Biennale, a significant art exhibition of India, is set around different areas of Kochi including galleries, heritage buildings, public parks, halls, and other spaces. A mix of Indian as well as international artists, all with very different experiences in art, come together to present their artworks in the form of films, paintings, photographs sculptures, sketches, fashion exhibits, music, dance, drama and many more. These exhibits are carefully curated by different professionals every year. Running for three months, every alternate year, Kochi Biennale is now its fourth edition.
13th May 2019
Largest and most famous of all Poorams, the Thrissur Pooram is held at the Vadukkannathan Swamy temple of Kerala every year in April - May. This annual Hindu temple festival of Kerala is held for a week in the month of Medam according to the Malayalam calendar.
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