Both Onam and Pongal:
- generally fall in same months of the Gregorian Calendar
- are harvest season festivals
- are related to Lord Vishnu's avatars
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Onam is is a Hindu festival, celebrated with a great enthusiasm throughout Kerala for a period of ten days.It is dedictaed to Lord Vishnu.It is celebrated in the month of August or September.Pongal is a festival of Tamil Nadu celebrated in winter solstice, when, according to the traditional Hindu system, the Sun which has reached the Southern-most point.It is dedicated to Lord Sun and is celebrated in the month of December or January.Both are harvest festival.
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