Bohag Bihu (April 13-14)

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Bohag Bihu (April 13-14)

Post by Raeja on Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:19 am

Unlike other festivals, Bihu is celebrated thrice a yearBhogali or Magh Bihu iscelebrated in January, Rongali or Bohag Bihu in April and Kongali or Kati Bihu in October. People dress up in new clothes, exchange gifts and seek blessings from their elders as a good start to the new year.

You all are welcome to the fascinating and joyful world of the absorbing East Indian festival, Bihu. The harvest festival is celebrated thrice a year. Impressive and very own dance forms and magical tunes of folk music create a soothing and charming environment for the natives and tourists. It’s an occasion when everyone congregates and dances with the tunes of Bihugeet. There are no religion barriers. TheHolidaySpot takes the opportunity to celebrate the juvenile carnival with you all. Visit the site and get to know the history, significance of Bihu, types of Bihu, essence of Bihu performance, craft ideas and recipes. Try to answer quiz questions and know how much you are aware of the interesting festival. Watch and click to download colorful wallpapers.

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