Jallikattu in Tirupur – 2018

Jallikattu in Tirupur, Tirupur Jallikattu

Jallikattu in Tirupur – Jallikattu was taken place in TamilNadu’s Tiruppur and atleast 50 people must have injured in the incident. The participants from across 17 districts of Tamil Nadu has participated in this historic event and about 500 bulls were made to participate in the event. There are about 510 tamers played the game. The event was held at Alagumalai in Tirupur. The game was inaugurated by the state minister Udumalai K Radhakrishnan. Jallikattu in Tirupur: More than 50 of the tamers played sustained with the injury as the…

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Jallikattu in Coimbatore – 2018

coimbatore jallikattu

Jallikattu brief History: Coimbatore Jallikattu – Jallikattu is a traditional sport played in open ground which is also called as “Eru Thazhuvuthal” and “Manju Virattu”. The bulls placed in jallikattu are the origin of Puliakulam or Kangeyam. The Bulls are released from the Vadivasal and is the tradition followed from 400-100BC. Lane will be build around the area where crowd of men stands to grab the vigorous bulls. Price will be given to the one whom controls the bull. In other case there will be a flag hanged on the…

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Pongal Festival in Tamilnadu – 2018

pongal festival

Pongal festival is a four day Tamil harvest function which is dedicated to the Sun God. Pongal is celebrated from January 14 to 17 by all Tamil people around the World. It is mostly celebrated in Tamil Nadu which is the Mother place of all Tamil People. It is also called Thai Pongal, because it falls within the auspicious month of Thai, the tenth month of the Tamil calendar. It marks the beginning of Uttarayan, the sun’s transition northwards for a six-month duration. The month of Thai is assumed to…

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Welcome Back to Jallikattu in TamilNadu

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Jallikattu in Chennai : For the Chennai youth who won the victory in the culmination of the return of the world to the unity and heroic game of Jallikattu, the Pongal Gift is going to be held this year in Chennai. The jolly crystalline, manchu rush, climbing maze, the bull’s sporting game is one that mingles with the feelings of the Tamils. There is a sculpture in any town, where a young man with a cow’s cage is sculptured. Without the greatness of this heroic game with the richness and…

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