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Chapchar Kut, Mizoram

Chapchar Kut festival is a spring festival celebrated by the tribals in Mizoram. The festival follows the daunting task of jungle clearing for cultivation. People belonging to all ages drees up in colorful costumes and head-gears and assemble to perform various folk dances, sing traditional songs, accompanied by the beating sound of drums, gongs and cymbals. Some prominent folk dances that have been practiced for centuries and performed during the festival are Cheraw (bamboo dance), Khuallam, Solakia and Chheih Iam. Enjoy this tribal fiesta with Indian Festival Tours.

Chapchar Kut, Mizoram :-

Tarpa Festival, Dadar & Nagar

Tarpa festival is music and dance festival observed by the tribals of Silvassa in Dadar and Nagar Haveli, getting its name from tarpa, a long curved wind instrument which is the principal form of music for the tribal gatherings and dances. Musicians and dancers in colorful costumes enthrall visitors with their skills during the festival which also features the tarpa dance. The tribal museum in Silvassa houses lovely tribal artifacts and world-renowned warli paintings which can be bought from there. Indian Festival Tours is fully equipped to take you to this much sought after festival.

Tarpa Festival, Dadar & Nagar :-

Wangala Dance Festival, Meghalaya

Wangala literally means dance of hundred drums. It’s an important festival of the Garo tribe of Meghalaya, celebrating a good yield after a period of toil. It is celebrated in the honor of ‘Satyong’, the god of fertility. People of all ages dressed up in their colorful costumes and feathered head dresses dance to the beat of long cylindrical drums. This annual festival which falls in November lasts for a week. Come to this jig with Indian Festival Tours.

Wangala Dance Festival, Meghalaya :-

Hornbill festival, Nagaland

The hornbill festival is a festival of festivals in that it is organized to provide visitors with an opportunity to witness all the tribal festivals of the state in a single package. The festival held between 1st and 5th of December every year showcases the attractions of the festivals of all the 16 major tribes in the state of Nagaland. It is held at Kohima and is a giant color-splashed hodgepodge of dances, performances, crafts, parades, games, sports, food fairs and religious ceremonies. Come to this jamboree with Indian Festival Tours.

Hornbill festival, Nagaland :-
Orange and Tourism Festival

Orange and tourism festival is held annually at the Jampui hills in Tripura which is famous for its large orange cultivations. The place looks heavenly during Festival Tours the month of November (orange season) when the festival is held. Visit this dreamland with Indian Festival Tours.

Orange and Tourism Festival :-

Thalfavang Kut – Mizoram

Thalfavang Kut festival depicts the cultural heritage and the traditional games of the people of Mizoram. The festival is celebrated after the completion of weeding of land in preparation for the forthcoming harvesting season(November). Old love songs and lullabies from the time of the great migration from Burma are sung to the accompaniment of various indigenous musical instruments such as the ‘Tingtang’ (a string instrument like guitar) and ‘Phenglawng’ (a flute) during the festival. It also serves as an opportunity for the Mizoram people to come together and renew old bonds and ties. Savor the cultural heritage of Mizoram with Indian Festival Tours.

Thalfavang Kut – Mizoram :-

Kharchi Puja – Tripura

Kharchi Puja is celebrated in worship of Mother Earth, who sustains life, in the month of July in Agartala region of Tripura. Both tribals and non-tribals participate in this grand fiesta with equal alacrity and fervor. The celebrations are spread over a period of seven days and are centered on temple premises. Join in the worship of Mother Earth with Indian Festival Tours.

Kharchi Puja – Tripura :-

Hozagiri Dance – Tripura

Hozagiri Dance is a distinct tribal dance performed by the Reang community, which itself is a distinct tribe. This is a group dance where the dancers stand on earthen pitchers and have a lighted lamp placed on a bottle kept on their heads. It involves peculiar steps where dancers move only their legs and their upper bodies remain motionless. Women dancers use only coins to cover their upper torso and they wear rings made of coins. The musical instruments used for accompaniment are also unique- cymbals and flutes made of bamboo. Savor this unique tribal jig with Indian Festival Tours.

Hozagiri Dance – Tripura :-

Nongkrem Dance - Meghalaya

The Nongkrem Dance or Shad Nongkrem is a unique tribal dance performed by young Khazi men and virgin women as a thanksgiving to their gods Ka Pah Syntiew and U Suid Nia Tong Syiem for good harvests, peace and prosperity. The dance fest is held annually in November during which dancers adorned in their traditional costumes and heavy gold ornaments dance to the music of Tangmuri (pipes). Women wear the finest silver and gold chains, bracelets and ear-rings. The silver or gold crowns that they wear signify the glory and dignity of the Khasi matrilineal society and the ‘Tiew Lasubon’ (a rare sweet scented golden colored flower found only in the deep jungles), worn on the crown indicates the purity of women. Witness this sublime, unique tribal dance fest with Indian Festival Tours.

Nongkrem Dance - Meghalaya :-

Reh – Arunachal Pradesh

Reh is a festival of feast and merry-making the ‘Idus’ tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The ‘Idus’ believe they are the sons and daughters of the divine mother 'Nanyi Inyitaya' and Reh festival is celebrated for availing her blessings and to keep alive the bond of brotherhood. The six-day long festival is generally celebrated during February-August but the people who inhabit snow fall areas viz. Talo, Amru, and Dri villages of the Dibang valley celebrate it during summer and monsoon (June-August), when the climate is moderate and shoal of fishes are available in streams and rivers. The fifth day of the festival is the most important when the whole village take part in a grand feast. Come to this grand feast with Indian Festival Tours

Reh – Arunachal Pradesh :-

The festival dates mentioned are based on local calendar and are subject to change.

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