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Paana or Pallippaana, as traditional art form to appease the goddess Bhadrakaali. Panna is  Otherwise called as Paanakali. This fine art is prominent in the areas of Thrissur, Palakkad and Malappuram. Paana is  a three day celebration. A shade is upheld by 64 posts of remove from the Paala tree ( Alstonia scholaris) and embellished with delicate palm fronds is raised close to the altar of the goddess. A stump of this tree is ritualistically brought to the site and planted there for the event and a non-metaphorical kalam is attracted the inside utilizing colored powders.The para, a variety of the chenda is the primary percussion backup. Performed throughout the night, the custom keeps going for about three hours.

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