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Staff Reporter 250 instrumentalists were led by Peruvanam Kuttan Marar Thrissur: Ilanjithara Melam, one of the principal percussion ensembles of Thrissur Pooram, was held at the Ilanjithara in the Sree Vadakkunnatha Temple here on Sunday. The Melam, featuring about 250 instrumentalists, was led by Peruvanam Kuttan Marar. Hordes of percussion-lovers were seen waving their hands in joy as the orchestrated sequence of chenda and elathalam beats reached a crescendo. Free Download Mp3 The Rock Indonesia Munajat Cinta. In technical exactness and instrumental discipline, Ilanjithara Melam is the best example of Pandimelam.
'It has perhaps no parallel,' said Mr. Kuttan Marar. 'Few other ensembles are full-fledged and exacting as the Ilanjithara Melam.
This Melam demands the best from each instrumentalist.' Kuttan Marar, disciple of Peruvanam Appu Marar, Kumarapuram Appu Marar and Sreenarayanapuram Appu Marar, has been associated with the Ilanjithara Melam for nearly 30 years.
He has been its `pramanam' (chief) for nine years. Recipient of the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi and Guruvayurappan Awards in 2002, Mr. Kuttan Marar has performed extensively in the country and abroad. The Ilanjithara Melam followed the Purappad of the idols (`thidambu') of the Thiruvambadi Bhagavathy and the Paramekkavu Bhagavathy. The ensemble included at least 100 chendas (in edanthala and valanthala categories) and equal numbers of elathalam, kombu and kurunkuzhal. In a departure from recent practice, the Paramekkavu Devaswom had two percussion chiefs this year.
Kuttan Marar shared the coveted status with Kizhakoottu Aniyan Marar. Aniyan Marar will lead the percussion during Pakal Pooram on Monday. Another Pooram ensemble that drew crowds on Sunday was Panchavadyam, led by Annamanada Parameswara Marar. The Panchavadyam accompanied the Madathil Varavu ceremony at the Pazhayanadakkavu.
As the `thidambu' of the Thiruvambadi Bhagavathy proceeded to the Sreemoola Sthanam, Pandimelam replaced Panchavadyam. Tens of thousands of music lovers visit the Pooram every year just to savour the sounds of the State's best traditional percussion ensembles.
Thrissur Pooram Official name Thrissur Pooram Observed by, Keralites Type Festival/ in city of Significance Observances Kudamatam (കുടമാറ്റം), (ഇലഞ്ഞിത്തറമേളം), Madathil Varavu (മഠത്തില് വരവ്) Fireworks (വെടിക്കെട്ട്) Date in the Malayalam Calendar month of 2016 date April 17 2017 date May 5 Thrissur Pooram is an annual held in,. It is held at the in every year on the (pronounced ) day - the day when the moon rises with the Pooram star in the month of Medam. It is the largest and most famous of all. Illumination of Poora Pandal Pooram was the brain child of or famously known as, the (1790–1805). Before the start of Pooram, the largest temple festival in was the one-day festival held at Aarattupuzha knows as.
Temples in and around City of were regular participants. One day because of incessant rains, they were late for the and were denied access to the Pooram procession. Felt embarrassed by the denial, the temples went to the and told their story. So in 1798, he unified the 10 temples situated around and organised the celebration of Pooram as a mass festival.
He invited temples with their deities to City of to pay obeisance to Lord Vadakkunnathan (Lord Siva), the presiding deity of the. Participants [ ] ordained the temples into two groups, namely 'Paramekkavu side' and 'Thiruvambady side'. These are headed by the principal participants, at Thrissur Swaraj Round and at Shoranur road. The two temples are hardly 500 metres apart. Western Group [Thiruvambady side] [ ] • • • • Sree Karthyayani Temple at • Nethilakkavu Baghavathy Temple Eastern Group [Paramekkavu side] [ ] • • • • • Pookattikkara - Karamukku Baghavathy Temple The Pooram is centered on the, with all these temples sending their processions to pay obeisance to the, the presiding deity. The Thampuran is believed to have chalked out the program and the main events of the Pooram festival.