Elephant Attack in Tattamangalam Angadi Vela 2017


Tattamangalam Kuthira Vela or Angadi Vela is a festival conducted in a small village called Tathamangalam in the Palakkad District of Kerala, south India. Kuthira means “horse” and Vela means “festival” in the Malayalam language. During the festival, a grant horse race is conducted by the local people. The riders are from the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu.

One can see many volunteers painted in black with charcoal; these men are guards who control the people standing on the road side to see the race, this is also called Kari Vela

Elephant papay stabbed him to death in Cherthala In the temple of Thiruvarirankulam, the elephant, Vishnu Shankar, was stabbed to death by the first pope. Santhosh is a native of Palakkad.

Video courtesy: Riyaskhan Ttm

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