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HomeIndiaCoimbatore to host Chettinadu Thiruvizha | Coimbatore News

Coimbatore to host Chettinadu Thiruvizha | Coimbatore News

COIMBATORE: A group of industrialists have come together to hold Chettinadu Thiruvizha 2023, an exhibition cum sales event to popularize culture, food and tradition of chettiyar community in the city.
The two-day event, to be held at Codissia Convention Centre, will begin on Saturday morning.
Addressing reporters, S Muthuraman, managing director of Lakshmi Ceramics, said the event is mainly organised to showcase the culture and tradition associated with chettiyar community to the people in Coimbatore.
There will be a range of chettinad cuisine — both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, exhibits of wood carvings, live demo on manufacturing Athangudi tiles and plaster made up of lime and white egg widely used in chettinad bungalows in the past and cloth weaving. There will be a display of various games of yesteryears.
“The chettiyar community has nine divisions, and each division has their kula deivam. Models of all the nine temples will be showcased. The world renowned Pillaiyarpatti temple’s real temple replica will be in place,” he said.
V Ramu, chairman of the event, said it is an exhibition to showcase various festivals of Chittinad, customs and traditions, chettiyar dynasties and antique items. One can get to see various customs carried out in the life of chettiyars. There will be a cultural programme on Saturday evening.
“There will be more than 80 stalls. We expect more than 20,000 visitors. Entry is free for everyone. A pass called royal pass will be sold at Rs 1,000 to experience various activities first hand and inclusive of a one-time meal,” he said.

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