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Pang Lhabsol, Sikkim

Pang Lhabsol is a religious festival celebrated by the tribes of Sikkim, especially the Bhutia and Lepcha communities...

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Namchi Mahotsav, Sikkim.

Namchi Mahotsav is the annual tourist festival held at Namchi and Kazitar in south Sikkim..
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Tamu Lochar, Sikkim

Tamu Lochar is a traditional festival of the Gurung community. It marks the beginning of the Gurung New Year which falls on the 15th day of Pusa month (December 30)...
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Bihu Utsav, Assam.

Bihu is a festival of enormous significance to the Assamese people. The innumerable communities, tribes and sub-tribes inhabiting the banks of the mighty river Brahmaputra invariably celebrate this festival in April. It’s a festival celebrating the onset of the agricultural season...
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Elephant Festival, Kaziranga, Assam.

The north eastern state of Assam in India organizes one of India's largest elephant festivals...
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Moatsu of Aos, Nagaland

The Moatsu is a festival is celebrated by the Aos Naga tribe in Nagaland, who were once fearsome head-hunters...
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Tsungrem Mong, Nagaland

Tsungrem Mong is an important festival of the Ao tribe in Nagaland observed in August, just after the sowing of millets...
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Tokhu emong of Lothas, Nagaland.

The Tokhu Emong is the harvest festival of the Lothas tribe in Nagaland. The festival is a hiatus from labor to enjoy the fruits of previous year’s labor...
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