Culture of Tiruppur
Culture of TiruppurThe earliest cave carvings in the eras of Cholas and Pandyas had the mention of many temples. None of the temples built in modern times, can match up to the quality and techniques found in the design and architecture of old temples. The Sukreeswarar Temple is located at S. Periyapalayam, which is situated in the outskirts of the city of Tiruppur. Thus, its presence is still oblivious to many tourists who come to visit the popular temples. This temple has its mention in many popular documents. Here, Lord Shiva is the main God and his shrine, still is an architectural delight. It has been carved out neatly from good quality stones. The architecture will remind history students about the era of the Pandyas.
Dance and Music of TiruppurMusic and dance have created a special place in the culture of Tiruppur. Carnatic music and Bharatnatyam dance dominates the culture of Tiruppur. There are several music and dance academies that welcome students interested in arts, from all over India. The teachers are highly trained provide just the right kind of training to the students. Events are held at various places throughout the years and the popular academies conduct shows at various festivals, throughout India.
Cultural Festivals in TiruppurIn April the Gajan, Garia and Ashokastami festivals are celebrated. There are other festivals celebrated throughout Tirupur with great fervor – the Boat Race Festival, Manasa Mangal, Rabindra and Nazrul Jayanti, Orange and Tourism Festival, Ras Kharchi, Durga Puja, and Poush Sankranti Mela. The Way (Lamp) festival is observed from the full moon of Ashad to the full moon of Ashwin by the Mog community here. In the city of Tirupur, there are major fairs and festivals, cultural and business events, conferences and trade shows held throughout the year.
Book Festivals in Tiruppur
Bibliophiles, who love romancing with words, can have the best time of their lives, in the book fairs held in the city. Popular writers of modern times, meet the classic writers of yesteryears in the stands of the book stalls. Book-lovers throng to these places, among whom, youth form the major part. Popular writers as well as budding ones are able to present their work, in these events where one can find almost the entire population of the city. Tiruppur Book Festival happens during the mid of January. This year, more than 75 publishers and 16,000 books were showcased in the Book festival. The event takes place in KRC City Center. The 8th National Book Festival of Tiruppur did have a massive impact in Southern Tamil Nadu. Thus, this city has a lot to give.