Tattamangalam Kuthira Vela
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Tattamangalam Kuthira Vela or Angadi Vela is a festival conducted in a small village called Tathamangalam in the Palakkad District of Kerala, south India. Kuthira means "horse" and Vela means "festival" in the Malayalam language. During the festival, a grant horse race is conducted by the local people. The riders are from the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu.
During Kuthiravela, thousands of people gather on both sides of the state highway 27 from KSEB office to Vettakkaruppan swamy temple.
- Kuthira Vela 2007 Photographs - 28 April 2007
- TattaMangalam Kuthira Vela Photographs - close to 200 photographs are available
- More related Photos - Kerala festivals
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