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Triprayar Boat Race

Triprayar Boat Race
തൃപ്രയാര്‍ ജലോത്സവം
Region Triprayar, Thrissur District, Kerala, India
Number of teams 20
Current champions Thanthonithruth TBC

The Triprayar Boat Race (Malayalam: തൃപ്രയാര്‍ ജലോത്സവം) is a popular Vallam Kali held in the Conolly Canal in Triprayar of Thrissur District, Kerala, India. The boat race is conducted by the Thriprayar Arts and Sports Club in front of the Shree Rama Temple. The race is for 3 kilometre from Vennakkadavu to Triprayar.[1][2][3][4][5]


Year Club Winners
2004 Jiji Group Sree Guruvayurappan
2010 Kuzupullikara Golden Rover Valliya Pandithan
2011 Padur Yuvyagana Kala Samithi Boat Club Hanuman No 1
2012 Padur Yuvyagana Kala Samithi Boat Club Hanuman
2013 Thanthonithruth TBC Thaniyan

|2014 |padur yuvajana kala samithi Boat Clun |St Sebastin 1 |-

Other races in Kerala


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