Kerala Piravi Day Is coming on 1st November, and all the Malayalees will celebrate the birthday of Kerala. The day is known as “Kerala Piravai” for all Indians. All the Malayalees commemorate this day with a big event. People celebrate this day by sending wishes to their friends and families. For all Keralite, this day is very special. For wishing each other, they send Kerala Piravi wishes, quotes, messages, images, greeting card, etc. The Kerala Piravi day is coming soon. So, here we are giving some information about this, like the history behind this day and all. Through this article, we can get more details about this Kerala Piravi.
Happy Kerala Piravi Day 2020
On 1st November 1956, the state of Kerala created. All the Malayalees across the world celebrate this day as the birthday of Kerala. In Kerala, the people call this day as “Kerala Piravi”. This year the Kerala state will celebrate its 63rd formation year. People in Kerala celebrate this Kerala Piravi Day just like Onam. On this day people wish each other by sending messages, pictures, short videos, etc. Piravi Day is the biggest day for Kerala state. In this day the state gets formed into a single state. So, the residents of the state fully enjoy this day in their ways.
History of Kerala Piravi Day
Behind this Kerala Piravi, an interesting history is there. People must have to know about this story. So, people can understand the meaning of “Kerala Piravi Day” and why it is essential for them. Based on mythology, Kerala created after Parashurama. People believed that Parashurama is the six avatars of Load Vishnu. He was a Brahmin, who took up his weapons and threw his Mazhu from Gokarna into the sea.
Before 15th August 1947, Kerala was three independent provinces named as, Malabar, Cochin (Kochi), and Travancore. After nine years from the independent day, Kerala state was created and separated from other countries. So, the Keralites celebrates this Kerala Piravi just like their famous festival Onam. On this day, all people wear their traditional white and golden attire and celebrate this with lots of happiness.
Kerala Piravi Wishes Whatsapp Status
Kerala will celebrate its 63rd birthday on coming Sunday. So, the Kerala state government has marked with festivities as well as protests. On this day, all the government offices, schools and other organisation will close. So, that people can enjoy their state’s birthday. In some schools and colleges, they will organise cultural events to show their happiness and respect. Now on the internet, lots of pictures and videos, messages, are available. People can wish each other through social media.
“Our life is full of Colors
I hope this Nov 1st will add more colours to your life
Happy Kerala Formation Day
No Gift, No Sweets, No Flowers,
No Decorated cards,
Just a simple Kerala Piravi wish but straight from the Heart.
Happy Kerala Piravi Aasamsakal!
Nov 1 Kerala Piravi Day
“KERALA PIRAVI DINAM”
Keralam “DAIVATHINTE SWANTHAM NADU”
“Happy Kerala Piravi”
Malayala Manninte Rakshaykk
Malayaliyude abhimanathinu ee
Oru Dinamenkilum namukk malayalam matram samsarikkam
“Kerala Piravi Dinashamsakal”
Ente Keralam… Ethra Sundaram.
KERALA DAIVATHINTE SWANTHAM NADU
KERALA PIRAVI ASHAMSAKAL
Today We are Miles apart
but I want to reach Across the Miles
and say I’m thinking of you
in an extraordinary way
Happy Kerala Formation Day
Some Facts about Kerala Piravi
Here, we have shared some facts about the Kerala state. So, people can know more about Kerala.
- In Kerala, people spoken by Malayalam language.
- Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala.
- In Kerala, there are 14 districts present. Such as Kannur, Pathanamthitta, Kollam, Alappuzha, Thiruvananthapuram, Kasaragod, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Thrissur, Palakkad, Ernakulam, Malappuram, Idukki, Kottayam.
- In 1991, Kerala had the highest literacy state in India. Along with the highest literacy rate, it also has the highest HDI and lowest population growth.
- Kerala produces the highest rubber and black paper.
- Kathakali is the classical and famous dance form in Kerala.
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FAQs about Kerala Piravi Day
Which year, we celebrate the Kerala Piravi?
On 1st November 1956, Malayalees celebrate this Piravi Day.
Why we celebrate Kerala Piravi Day?
Keralites celebrate this day because, on this day, Kerala state was created.
What is the meaning of Kerala?
Kerala formed from two terms such as “Kera” and “Alam”. Kera means coconut tree and Alam means land.
How Many districts are available in Kerala?
In Kerala there are 14 districts are available, named as – Kannur, Pathanamthitta, Kollam, Alappuzha, Thiruvananthapuram, Kasaragod, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Thrissur, Palakkad, Ernakulam, Malappuram, Idukki, Kottayam.
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