Kerala Piravi is also known as Kerala Day. It is celebrated on 1st November every year by all the Kerala people to mark the birth of Kerala. The word “Piravi” is a word in Kerala’s official language Malayalam which means “birth” in English. Students at Creative Hut from different states celebrate the Kerala Day at Campus. No matter, to which state they belong to and what the language they speak, they enjoy the day together.
The song based on the tradition and culture of Kerala was shot by the 13th batch students at Creative Hut campus and released on the Kerala piravi day on 1st November 2019.
On November 1, 1956, the state of Kerala officially came into existence as an independent State in the Republic of India. Until then, the region had three different states or three independent provinces namely Malabar, Cochin and Travancore.
The language used in these provinces was Malayalam. The Malayali speaking people of all these three princely states joined hands together for the formation of Kerala. A few years after India’s Independence, Kerala was reorganized as one independent State on 1st November 1956.