Kerala Piravi: Celebrating the Birth of God’s Own Country

by Vedika Soni
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Kerala Piravi

Last updated on October 19th, 2023 at 08:41 am


To honour Kerala’s founding, the day known as Kerala Piravi is observed. Since the state’s independence in 1956, this day has been recognised as the state’s birthday. On November 1, 2023 (a Wednesday), Kerala Piravi 2023 will be observed.

Kerala Piravi: What is it?

 Kerala Piravi

 Kerala Piravi

To commemorate the establishment of Kerala as an independent state in the nation, Kerala Piravi is observed with excitement and zeal. Travancore, Malabar, and Cochin were the names given to the three regions that made up Kerala before to its unification. After the three portions were combined, Kerala became a separate state on 1 November 1956. On this day, people celebrate Kerala Piravi, which celebrates the birth of the state of Kerala.

This day is often referred to as Kerala Day and the birthday of the state of Kerala since in the Malayalam language, the word “piravi” means “birth.”


Kerala Piravi

Kerala was not recognised as a state but rather as Cochin, Travancore, and Malabar even after India gained its freedom. Travancore dominated the southern region, Cochin controlled the middle, and Malabar was in charge of Kasaragod, Kannur, and Thalassery. All three regions were combined to form Kerala as a state in 1956 as part of the State Reorganisation Act. People have been commemorating this day as Kerala Day or Kerala Piravi ever since.

Kerala Piravi celebrations in 2023

Kerala Piravi celebrations

People dress traditionally for this occasion, including satavu sarees, settu mundu, and dhoti shirts. Institutions and schools all throughout Kerala hold big celebrations for Kerala Day. Every year, a number of competitions are held, including Malayala Bhasha Varam, tests on Kerala Piravi, discussions, and other events.

This festival’s main draw is the renowned President’s Trophy Boat Race competition in Kovalam. For the winners and runners-up, there are cash awards and trophies.

Wishes for Kerala Piravi 2023

Wishes for Kerala Piravi

People exchange greetings on Kerala Piravi such as “Happy Piravi,” “Happy Kerala Day,” “Happy Kerala Piravi Aasamsakal,” etc. To mark the day, people give each other sweets.

About Kerala

About Kerala

Kerala, dubbed “God’s own country,” enjoys its natural splendour with beaches and hill towns. The numerous breathtaking attractions in Kerala, which range from coffee and spice farms to waterfalls, lakes, and wildlife sanctuaries, will quickly enchant you and wash away all of your concerns. Some of Kerala’s top tourist destinations are listed below:

1. Munnar: 

Kerala Piravi

This small hill town in Kerala, which is 5027 feet above sea level, is home to lush woods, scenic valleys, tea plantations, vantage spots, and rare flora and animals.

Famous for: The Tata Tea Museum, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Attukad Waterfalls, Mattupetty Dam, and Eravikulam National Park

Ideal Season to Visit: April to October


Kerala Piravi

The Western Ghats are home to this stunning hill station in Kerala, which is a delight for nature enthusiasts. Spice plantations, peaceful hills, lakes, waterfalls, a variety of flora and wildlife, and prehistoric caves are just a few of the attractions that Wayanad has to offer to tourists of all kinds. At the hill station, visitors can go river rafting, hiking, and participating in other heart-pounding sports.

Famous for: the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, the Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary, the Meenmutty Waterfalls, the Edakkal Caves, and the Thirunelli Temple

Ideal Season to Visit: April to October


Kerala Piravi

Due to its beautiful paddy fields and backwaters, Alleppey is frequently referred to as the “Venice of the East.” Take a houseboat tour on the calm waters of paradise while being surrounded by Kerala’s breathtaking scenery.

Famous for: beaches, houseboats, and backwaters

Ideal Season to Visit: February to October

4. Kochi

Kerala Piravi

The architecture and history of Kochi are diverse. Explore the well-known Fort Kochi, the Chinese Fishing Netts, and the stunning Mattancherry Palace. This city provides a window into both modern culture and colonial history.

Known For: Colonial buildings, cultural activities, and historical locations

Ideal Season to Visit: March to October

5. Kovalam 

Kerala Piravi

Kovalam is a serene seaside resort in Kerala, known for its beautiful beaches and blue waters. Samudra Beach or Lighthouse Beach are both great places to chill.

Famous for: Lighthouse, beaches, and water activities

Ideal Season to Visit: March to Octoober

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