The first day of the Chingam month is celebrated as the Malayalam New Year, according to the Kollam Era and Malayalam Calender. The Malayalam New Year is vastly celebrated in Indian state Kerala by worshiping and admiring the Lord Vishnu. However, People of the Malabar region and some other parts of Kerala consider Vishu as the astronomical new year. On the first day of Malayalis month of Medam, Vishu is celebrated with joy and prosperity.
In the southern part of India, Malayalam New Year is celebrated like a religious event or festival. Malayalis celebrate this festival foe all good things happen all around the year, good luck, fortune, and prosperity.
Significance of Malayalam New Year
Vishu Kani is one of the most important rituals of the Vishu, according to the traditional customs the first thing that devotees do on this day is to worship and (darshan) of the divine god Lord Vishnu, which is believed to bring good fortunes in the upcoming year. The Kissing Booth Season 3
Peoples spend their time with their loved ones and give money as a gift to the children, relatives, servants, and tenants as sign of sharing the happiness of this auspicious day.
This day denotes the necessity of three basic human needs i.e. food, shelter, and clothes. Those who celebrate this day learn about spirituality and at the same how to maintain good relationships with your friends, family, and beloved ones. With the start of Malayalam New Year, peoples think about the fresh start of their lives and new times ahead. Learn to forget their past and learn from the mistakes they have made in the previous year and pray for the future full of wisdom and good luck.
Celebration of the most happening day of the Malayalis
A grand feast is also part of the Vishu celebration. All kinds of delicious food have been prepared on this occasion including sour, salty, sweet, and bitter all flavors are added in an equal quantity. Isn’t it intriguing? Some of the most common and famous dishes are Vishu kanji, Thoran, and Vishu kata.
Delicacies of the seasonal fruits are prepared such as mango, jackfruit, banana, coconut, and grouds.