When Is Onam 2018: Onam 2018 in Kerala will begin on, Friday, 24 August and ends on, Monday, 27 August Dates may vary.
Onam does an annual Hindu festival by origins within the state of Kerala into India. This falls into the Malayalam calendar month from Chingam, which while Gregorian calendar overlaps by August–September. Onam 2018
Onam remains a major yearly holiday for Malayali people within and outside Kerala. This is a harvest festival, 1 of three major yearly Hindu celebrations on by Vishu and Thiruvathira, and that is recognized with many festivities. Onam celebrations add Vallam Kali, Pookkalam, Onathallu, Kazhchakkula, Onathappan, Onam Kali, Kummattikali, Atthachamayam, Thumbi Thullal, Pulikali, other celebrations. This is one New Year day as Malayali Hindus.
Onam remains that official state festival from Kerala with public holidays that begin four days of Onam Eve. This is celebrated with Malayali diaspora throughout the world. Though a Hindu festival, non-Hindu populations of Kerala play in Onam celebrations regarding it as a social festival. However, any non-Hindus into Kerala charge its celebration being a cultural celebration because they view it as a holy festival. Also, Read Pookalam 2018.