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Sports Day 2021

After 17 months of lockdown and online programs, Kerala Samajam Munich is proud and excited to announce the first outdoor event of 2021 – Sports Day. The event will be conducted on 25th of July at F├╝rstenrieder Str. 159.

You can register yourself for the event here. Because of the the strict regulations and keeping the safety of all participants in mind, we are restricting the number of participants to 100 (including viewers). We will be following a new format this year which we are sure will be exciting for all! This will be a family event with something in store for all.

Register yourself and your family before the 18th of July so that we can make all the necessary arrangements for a safe and fun event.

Keralathinoppam – COVID19 relief

Thank you very much for your generous contributions to the fund-raising campaign to support the COVID-19 situation in Kerala. We have reached out to district collectors, city mayors and NGOs who support the COVID-19 victims. Our team has received clear requirements from Trivandrum, Kottayam, Idukki, Calicut & Wayanad so far. 

2 Oxygen Concentrators, 200 Pulse Oximeters, 3800 Surgical masks, 700 N95 masks, 20 PPE kits, 50 litres of Sanitizer, and 100 medical gloves have already been dispatched to District Collector of Wayanad & Director of Trauma Care Calicut.

However we have been able to meet only a very small portion of the relief requirements. The situation is grave at the moment. We are working on procurement options for a third location. So please continue your contributions – every penny contributed will make a difference. 

All donors will receive a detailed report on the items purchased and where they have been delivered and a receipt from Kerala Samajam Munich.

As announced earlier the drive will run only till the 15th. 

Please make your donations at

Easter-Vishu-Eid Celebrations

Kerala Samajam Munich is excited to invite you to the Vishu, Easter, and Eid celebration on 02 May 2021.

This time we have interesting workshops, a quiz competition and fancy dress for children in addition to the cultural shows.

You can register for the cultural events, workshops, Quiz and the dance mashup here.

More details can be found in the events page.

Christmas New Year Celebrations

Kerala Samajam Munich is excited to announce the Christmas and New Year online celebrations on December 27, 2020.

Get ready for an exciting evening with fun filled programs and games! All this following the Government guidelines strictly.

Let us celebrate this Christmas season together and welcome the New Year full of hopes and cheer!

More details in the events page

Onam 2020

Every year Kerala Samajam Munich organizes a grand event to celebrate Onam. Last year more than 550 Malayalis got together to enjoy the festivities.

But this year due to the regulations we are not able to organize such a get together. That doesn’t mean that you miss out on all the fun and the traditional Sadhya.

KSM is happy to announce the Onam celebrations for 2020 on September 6, 2020.

Sadhya will be available for pickup at multiple locations in the city at 11:30 AM. After you enjoy the meal with your family you will be in for a visual treat at 3 PM on the KSM YouTube channel. There will be cultural events, contests and some surprises.

Get ready for an exciting day on 06.09.2020! Check out the events section for more details.

Webinar Series

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, public gatherings have been restricted. But Kerala Samajam Munich decided to make use of the time to organize webinar sessions to provide the members with insights on various topics. Please check the Events page to get more information about the upcoming webinars. We urge you to make use of these sessions.

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COVID-19 Relief Activity

The global pandemic COVID-19 wreaked havoc across the world in 2020. Kerala took extremely effective measures to prevent the spread of the virus. Schools were closed as part of the lockdown. To continue education, Kerala Government announced classes through the television channel Victor. But this required students to have their own television sets at home. This was difficult for children coming from economically backward families. Kerala Samajam was quick to identify a school in Murikkattukudi in Kattapana where the students are predominantly from the tribal families. KSM then procured 6 32″ Philips LED television sets and got them delivered to the school. The entire effort was co-ordinated through one of the teachers in the school.