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Puthucode Navarathri.
Sri Annapoorneswary Temple

The festival begins in the first day after the new moon day in the month of Kanni,
which falls in September/October each year. After the flag hoisting ceremony in the hours following the sun set, which is attended by all the villagers, they are received with traditional honours by the Devaswom Manager in the Agrasala who requests them to CO-operate in the conduct of the Navarathri celebrations. This is followed by the cutting of vegetables by all those present signifying the start of the preparations for the temple feeding of Bhaktas from the following morning.

The distribution of Navarathri festival days is as follows:

    * 1 st Vilakku Ottamadom House
    * 2nd & 7th Vilakku East Village
    * 3rd, 5th & 8th Vilakku North Village
    * 4th & 6th Vilakku South Village
    * 9th Vilakku West Village
    * 10th day Arattu Devaswom

On the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9 th Vilakku, the procession of the caparisoned elephants is taken out to the respective villages both in the morning and evening. The festival is conducted in typical Kerala style with Pánchavadyam, Melam, decorated umbrellas and chamarams held aloft over caparisoned elephants followed by fire works.

Puthucode Pattikali Vela(Sri Ayyappan  Temple)

The festival begins after the second day of Vishu festival. The main attraction of the festival is the  procession of the elephants by the two desham Karapotta and Puthucode and the fireworks.

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Puthucode Chandanakudam Nercha.

Pallitheruvu Mosque 

The Nercha festival conduct on March-April.

Pattola Vishu vela, Keezha Vela, Thiruvady Sivarathri , Puthucode  Sivarathri , Thekkepotta Nercha, Thendankavu vela are th the other major festivals in Puthucode village

Other Famous Festival in Palakkad 

Kannambra Vela

The last festial of the Palakkad festival season and famous for "chackka(Jack Fruit) vela".(May)

Kalpathi Ratholsavam
Annual chariot festival at Viswanatha Temple (November)

Vela at Manappulli Kavu:
Annual festival at the Bhagavathy Temple (March)

Nemmara Vallengi Vela
Annual festival at the Bhagavathy Temple at Nellikkulangara near Nenmara, on the Pooram day of the Malayalam month of Meenam (February/March).
Highlight: Fireworks displays.

Konganpada of Chittur:
Annual festival of ritual drama at the Chittur Kavu Bhagavathy Temple (February/March)

Pattambi Nercha:
The festival is conducted in memory of Aloor Valia Pookkunjikoya Thangal, noted Muslim saint of South Malabar (January - February)

Pooram at Sree Chinakkathoor Bhagavathy Temple:
Highlights: Elephant procession, Panchavadyam, Velattu, Thira / Theyyam, Pootham, Kaalavela, Kuthiravela, Aandi Vedan, Karivela, Tholpavakoothu, Kumbhamkali (February)

Pooram at Pariyanampetta Bhagavathy Temple:
Highlights: Tholpavakoothu, Kalamezhuthupattu, Pootham, Thira, Karivela, Kaalavela, Kuthiravela, Kathakali, Chakyarkoothu, Elephant procession (February)

This exciting ox race is an agrarian sport held in the Malayalam month of Makaram (January)

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