Thiruvananthapuram | Vishu is celebrated today by Hindus all over the world. There have been no significant celebrations in the last two years since Kovid. In the absence of Kovid’s concern, all the family members will gather at home and this time there will be a big celebration.
The Malayalee families found half-filled rice, paddy, mundu, gold, cucumber, kanikkonna and adakayu, and half of the coconuts and the idol of Lord Krishna. Then buy handouts from the adults in the family. Wearing new clothes and having a sumptuous dinner will make the celebration better. After the dinner, it’s time for the children. Colorful poison ivy will enliven the celebration.
This time, Kovid is the first Vishu to be free from worries. Two years after the reunions at home, the situation is getting better.
But the threat of summer rains still lingering in the state may make a small difference to the celebration. Yellow alert has been declared in Pathanamthitta, Malappuram, Idukki and Palakkad districts today. Fishermen must be careful. The northern districts are likely to receive more rainfall. As the cyclone moves away from the coast of Kerala
The current forecast is that the rains will weaken by tomorrow.