Onam 2022 date in india calendar
Onam celebrates the beginning of the month that falls on the Malayalam calendar that is also known as Chingam. This festival celebrates that of Vishnu’s Vamana form in the form of Vishnu and the subsequent return of King Mahabali.
Onam began on August 30 and will continue until Atham and will close with Thiruvonam. Thiruvonam signifies the end of the Onam celebration on September 8, on a Thursday. Onam is an Malayali festival that is celebrated during the month of Chingam. Onam is a celebration of an appearance by Vishnu’s Vamana image from Vishnu and the return of King Mahabali.
Onam The most awaited celebration in Kerala that is held every year between August and September. It’s also a significant harvest festival.
ONAM 2022: CELEBRATION
The festivities of Onam begin with Atham Day (the day on which Atham Nakshatra is in full force) and last for 10 days until Thiruvonam day, which is also an auspicious date of the celebration of Onam. Atham Nakshatra is also known in the form of Hasta Nakshatra in various Hindu calendars.
HISTORY OF ONAM FESTIVAL
According to the mythology according to mythology, the mythology says that King Mahabali the ruler from Kerala was defeated by the Gods and took control of the three realms. It was during his reign that local population witnessed the greatest of times: wealth and splendor ruled the world. In order to end Mahabali’s rule, he ruled on the planet.
ONAM 2023: CELEBRATION
First Onam is on August 28, Monday, Thiruvonam 2023 will be celebrated on August 29, Tuesday. Third and Fourth Onam falls on August 30, Wednesday and August 31, Thursday respectively.