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Choekhor

Choekhor

Choekhor is celebrated to protect the crops before harvest in the seventh month of the lunar calendar. In Tawang district choekhor is celebrated by the Monpa tribe...

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Losar

Losar

Losar is one of the most commonly doing and famous festival of Monpas.The festival is celebrated to commemorate the advent of new year...

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Torgya

Torgya

Torgya Festival is a monastic festival which celebrated for three days. This festival is performed only at Tawang monastery. Thousands of people throng the monastery during these...

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Monpa

Monpa

Monpa festival is celebrated by the Monpa tribe in the Tawang district mainly for agriculture purpose. The Monpas are believed to have a strong festive culture...

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Festivals of Arunachal Pradesh

Saga Dawa

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Saga Dawa is an important Buddhist festival, held each year on the full moon day of the fourth lunar month. Saga Dawa falls on 15th of fourth month and its the most auspicious day. Most people observe a vegetarian rule, refrain from killing domestic animals...

Tamladu

Tamladu

Tamladu festival is celebrated on Fifteenth February. It is a public display of the supernatural,religious and social beliefs of this tribe.

The Digaru Mishmis tribe offer prayers to the God of Earth and God of Water to preserve the town from calamities. Lord Jebmalu is worshipped during this celebration...

Sangken

Sangken

Sangken festival is a Buddhist festival celebrated by the Khamtis in the Lohit district. Sangken festival in Arunachal Pradesh also marks the beginning of a new year. During the celebration the locals make home made sweet and distribute them...

Ojiyale

Ojiyale

The wanchos celebrate their popular festival, The Ojiyale Festival, during MArch - April, for a period of 6 to 21 days. During this Festival, there are different prayers, songs and dance. People offer Pig skin as a mark of respect...

Mopin

Mopin

Mopin is celebrated for the desire of wealth and prosperity. The Mopin festival plays an important role in the cultural scenario of Galo Adi Tribes.

Objective of this festival is to drive away evil spirits who bring bad luck with them and pose a lot of vexations. During mopin the masses revere the deity of welfare and wisdom...

Reh

Reh

Reh is one of the most important festivals of the Idus. The festival is celebrated during February-August. It is the individuals who belong to the tribe regarded as Idus who celebrate this festival known as Reh. Aim for performing this festival is to appease the mother Goddess ‘Nanyi Inyitara’...

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