Assam Prepares for Bohag Bihu Festivities: Celebrating Tradition, Culture, and Togetherness


As the vibrant festival of Bohag Bihu approaches, Assam is alive with anticipation and excitement. Bohag Bihu, also known as Rongali Bihu, stands as one of the most significant and eagerly awaited festivals in the state, marking the Assamese New Year and the onset of the harvest season.

From April 14th to 20th, Assam will be immersed in the joyous celebrations of Bohag Bihu. During this seven-day extravaganza, Assamese people don traditional attire and engage in a plethora of cultural activities, including folk dances and the indulgence in traditional delicacies like poka mithoi, ghila pitha, and narikolor laru.

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The heart of Bohag Bihu lies in the spirited Bihu dance, where men and women come together to move to the energetic beats of dhol and pepa, embodying the essence of joy and unity.

This year, as communities across Assam come together to celebrate Bohag Bihu, they embrace the spirit of togetherness, unity, and cultural heritage. As the festival fills the air with festivity, it serves as a reminder of the rich traditions and cultural diversity that make Assam truly unique.

Bohag Bihu, synonymous with Rongali Bihu, is not just a festival; it is a celebration of life, community, and the abundant blessings of nature. As Assam gears up to welcome the new year with open arms, the festivities of Bohag Bihu promise to bring joy, laughter, and cherished memories for all who partake in its festivities.

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