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idukki culture

Idukki Culture

culture of idukki

The district of Idukki has a mixed Idukki culture due to the large scale migration to the district from other parts of Kerala and from the Neighboring Tamilnadu. There are 245 tribal settlements in the District of which 74 are in Thodupuzha; 11 in Peermedu; 126 in Devikulam and 34 in Udumbanchola Taluks. Almost all the scheduled tribes are living in the extreme remote hilly banks and in the deep interiors of thickly growing forests of this district. According to the latest census around 11516 Scheduled tribal families are living in the district.

Culture of Idukki

The main inhabitants of the district in Idukki culture history are the scheduled tribes, which include Malayarayan, Mannan, Muthuvan, Oorali, Paliyan, Hilpulayan, Malapandaram, Ulladan and Malayan. In culture of Idukki, among the scheduled tribes Malayarayans out class all the other factions in socio-economical and educational aspects. Among the most celebrated festivals in Idukki culture history, the Adimali Fest is the most prominent tourism and agricultural festival of the High ranges since 1991. Every year the festival is celebrated during the last week of December, at Adimali.

Idukki india culture

The agricultural fair and exhibition is a part and parcel of the Adimali Fest in Idukki india culture. Hundreds of farmers bring their super size products for display. Exhibition stalls of various Government Departments, Institutions and Agencies are of great attraction along with the exhibition-cum-sales stalls of the trade fair. The agricultural fair at Thodupuzha is also note worthy and is held every year under the aegis of the agricultural society.