Onasadhya ~ 30 Aug 2015 @ NUPW Hall


Onam is the biggest and most auspicious festival celebrated in Kerala for over a period of ten days with elaborate vegetarian luncheons. We, at the Selangor & Federal Territory Malayalee Association (SFTMA), hosted our Annual Onasadhya on Sunday, 30th August 2015 at the NUPW Hall, Petaling Jaya. It was indeed a grand celebration with a total of approximately 500 people in attendance. Many, including children came dressed in traditional attires, set the festive mood at the event.

The highlight of the event, the ‘Sadhya’ included rice, served along with traditional Malayalee dishes such as aviyal, kalan, elisheri, cabbage thoran, pachadi, ingi puli, pappadam, banana chips, cheru pairu curry, sambar and pulisheri. The traditional dessert, Payasam, was served at the end of the meal.

Moreover, Onasadhya Guests were treated to a mesmerizing Kathakali dance performance by renowned Artists from Kerala, Mr. Sri Kalamandalam Venkittaraman and his disciple Nadanam Artist, Miss Arya.

2015-cultural-niteA much elaborate cultural performance with both local and Kerala artists, will be held on Saturday, 19th September at our Onam Cultural Nite 2015 at the PJ Civic Centre, Petaling Jaya. This event will start with hi-tea at 6pm followed by cultural show at 7.30pm. We sincerely urge you to mark your diary and not to miss this forthcoming event !

We wish to express our sincere appreciation for your attendance, participation and for all the positive feedback. However if there were any weaknesses, please do point it out so that we can be mindful of it in the future. Feedback and comments may be addressed to: hildasftma@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you on 19th September 2015 at the PJ Civic Centre. Please get your tickets now by contacting us!

Gallery : Onasadhya 2015




2015-SFTMA-ONASADHYASFTMA Onasadhya will be held at the NUPW Hall, Wisma Peladang Jalan Templer, Taman Sri Sentosa Seksyen 18, 46000, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Come join us at the Onasadhya and savor the most delicious part of the grand festival called Onam.

Traditional Onam Sadya meal comprises of different varieties of curries, upperies, pappadams which are round crisp flour paste cakes of peculiar make, uppilittathu – pickles of various kinds, chammanthi – the chutney, payasams and prathamans or puddings of various descriptions.

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SFTMA Management

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