Thiruvathirakali is a dance performed by women and girls in Kerala. Thiruvathirakali was performed on Dhanu month on the day of Thiruvathira. The dance has its origins along the lines of Hindu Purana. It is performed to celebrate the unison of Shiva and Parvathi.
Kavadiyattam is performed in Subramanya temples of kerala. This art form has its origin in Tamilnadu. It is a temple art where devotees dance with Kavadi to express their faith to Subramanya.
Parunthattam is a folk art found in Central Kerala. It is an eagle dance, denoting its movements etc. Performance is based on stories in Puranas and are typically accompanied by drums