2023 Pooram will be more exciting as it is the first of its kind post pandemic. This year we will be focusing predominantly on multi-cultural collaboration. Pooram Committee intend to unify diverse cultures to showcase an extra ordinary Pooram at The Meadow. True to the theme, committee this year will be collaborating with Indian Heritage Centre as well as diverse cultural and linguistic groups and clusters to accentuate the Indian cultural harmony and to emphasise the expression “Unity in Diversity”. We will have representations from Chinese, Malay and Indian communities to demonstrate Singapore’s identity of harmonious multi racial society. We are happy to announce that we have relentless support from the Indian High Commission for Singapore Pooram 2023.
Pooram 2023 will be at The Meadow – Gardens by the Bay on 28 May 2023.
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Indian Percussionist and Thayambaka exponent- M P Sankara Marar popularly known as Sankarankutty Marar is a wizard of “Melam & Thayambaka” – two prominent artforms of classical percussion ensemble. The 68-year-old Chenda maestro is also recipient of
Singapore Pooram is proud and honored to be associated with him for this year’s Pooram. He along with 43 distinguished artists will be performing “Panchari Melam” and “Pandi Melam” – two unique styles of percussion ensemble on the same day.
First time ever in the soil of Singapore, we are presenting Robotic life size elephants. These caparisoned elephants will be used for ‘Kudamattom” on the Pooram day. The elephant sculpture with robotic real-life movements will also form part of our Corporate Social Responsibility as this is an engineering remedy to end cruelty against animals.