The Chithrai Thiruvizha is an ancient Tamil festival celebrated in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This festival is celebrated to honor the goddess Meenakshi and to commemorate the wedding of the Hindu gods Shiva and Parvati. The festival is celebrated over the course of a month and is one of the biggest festivals in Tamil Nadu. The celebration of the Chithrai Thiruvizha is marked by a large number of activities and events. An important part of the festival is the ‘Kothu’, which is a procession of chariots that wind its way through the streets of Madurai. As the chariots pass through the streets, the devotees chant mantras and hymns in praise of the goddess Meenakshi. This is followed by a night of performances, including traditional music and dance, as well as a variety of other entertainment. The festival also involves a large number of rituals, such as the hoisting of the ‘Kodiyettam’ flag, which marks the start of the celebrations. This is followed by the ‘Kodiyettam Pooja’, a ritual offering of flowers to Meenakshi. The festival culminates with the ‘Thirukalyanam’, which is the symbolic marriage of Shiva and Parvati. The Chithrai Thiruvizha is a beautiful and vibrant festival that is full of color, music, and fun. It is a great opportunity for people to come together and celebrate the divine union of Shiva and Parvati. In addition, it is an important part of the Tamil culture, and a reminder of the importance of the gods and goddesses in our lives.
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