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Thamizhan is a Tamil term used for the annual harvest festival, which comes during the Tamil New Year, typically from March to April.
They are primarily a harvest festival; people eat, dance and sing throughout the festival.
It was traditionally held in the month of Thai.
It was first organised by Pallava kings in Tamil Nadu; some scholars believe that the festival was imported to Tamil Nadu by Pallavas from the Kannauj of the Gupta Empire.
It was later introduced to Kerala by the Chera King Perumalswami.
The festival usually coincides with Hindu pilgrimages to the Sri Yantraa Sattanathar temple in Thiruvannamalai, Udayagiri and Selva kumbh.
During the festival, people visit their families and friends to celebrate the end of the year.
During this period, people visit the temple in the day time and meet their relatives and friends for the festival.
Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is a Hindu harvest festival.
According to Hindu tradition, the term derives from Deepavali, the fall of the Diwali star that is associated with the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity Lakshmi.
The term Deepavali has been adopted for the most important harvest festival in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Assam and Sikkim, and in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Malaysia.