Onam is a deep rooted Hindu celebration of Kerala celebrated amid the season of rice reap. It begins from the day of Atham and finishes up on Thiru Onam. The celebration remembers the presence of Vamana (fifth symbol of Vishnu) and the ensuing home happening to the unbelievable King Mahabali. Onam praises the Asura King Mahabali's yearly visit from Patala, under world. On Thiruvonam day, Asura King Mahabali is accepted to visit each Malayali home and meet his kin. Keeping in mind the end goal to awe their King, a bombastic festivals is completed. From laying Pookalam or bloom cover before the house to setting up an excellent feast called Onasadya, supporters move called Thumbi Thullal, sing, play, Kazhchakkula (plantain offerings) and look for endowments from King Mahabali to lead an upbeat and prosperous life. We should praise the soul of the collect celebration in all its magnificence. || Onam Sadhya, which in Malayalam signifies 'meal' is a shocking multi-course vegan feast that highlights more than 24 dishes on a banana leaf. Onam Sadhya is delighted in with no cutlery and is normally eaten while sitting on the floor.