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Sekrenyi festival of Nagaland

Sekrenyi is the major festival of the Angami. It is a 10 day celebration which signifies purification and sanctification (before going to war). Two days prior to the main festival firewood is collected. On the next day animals are hunted… Continue Reading →

Nazu festival

Nazu festival is celebrated with lot of pomp and show by the Pochury tribe of Nagaland. This Nagaland festival continues for 10 days and is held in the month February. This festival is very significant in the tribal communities as… Continue Reading →

Cheti chand-Thanks giving day

Cheti Chand  is an important festival celebrated as New Year’s Day by Sindhi people of India and Pakistan. It is also celebrated by the Sindhi diaspora around the world. According to the Hindu calendar, it is the second day of… Continue Reading →

Basoda-festival

Basoda is the festival that comes after the festival of colors, Holi. It is usually celebrated after 8 days of Holi. However, some families or communities celebrate it on the first monday or thursday after the Holi. Basoda is the… Continue Reading →

100Drums wangala Festival

100 Drums Wangala Festival is an annual cultural festival of the Garos, held every year at Asanang, 18 kms from Tura the headquarters of West Garo Hills district, Meghalaya. Wangala is the most significant post-harvest festival of the Garos, who… Continue Reading →

Makar sankranti

Makar Sankranti is among the most auspicious occasions for Hindus and is celebrated in almost all parts of India. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated in many cultural forms with immense devotion, fervor and cheerfulness. The festival is… Continue Reading →

Most unique Holi festival in India

Lath mar Holi is a local celebration of the Hindu festival of Holi. It takes place days before the actual Holi in the neighbouring towns of Barsana and Nandgaon near Mathura in the state of Uttar Pradesh, where thousands of… Continue Reading →

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