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Bihu is One Of The Main Festivals Celebrated

Bihu is One Of The Main Festivals Celebrated By The People Living In Assam And They Do It With Pomp And Show. The Word Bihu Is Derived From The Word Vishu Which is a Distorted Version Of The Name Of Lord Vishnu. Bihu is Celebrated Thrice a year, Each Time to Mark a Different Stage in the life Cycle of the Paddy Crop. Based on the time of the year these are Celebrated, they have Different Themes Behind the Celebrations. The three Bihus which are Celebrated in this State are Bhogali Bihu, Kongali Bihu and Rongali Bihu. While Rongali Bihu celebrates the sowing of the paddy Seeds, Kongali Bihu celebrates Relocation of the Paddy saplings and Bhogali Bihu is celebrated during the harvest season. Kongali Bihu or the Kati Bihu is rather less of a celebration than other Bihus. Kongali Bihu is celebrated during the Kati month of the Assamese calendar, which Basically Signifies the season in the life of the paddy crop when small saplings grow out of the water logged fields. At this time of the year the granaries are empty and the peasants are rather poor, perhaps that's the reason behind this Bihu being called Kongali Bihu - Bihu of poverty. During this Bihu, the cultivators work day and night to get a good yield of crop and on its eve a Saaki is prepared, which is a lamp. The Reason the lamp is lit is because it attracts the pests from the crop Towards it and they are burnt Because of its flames. At the paddy field too a special kind of lamp is lit which is called Akaxbonti and Peasants Pray to their Gods for a Good yield of Crops.

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Dhul pepe bajise…

Dy paduli uduli muduli Dhul pepe bajise… Nasonir tote nai gaat DY BIHURANI…..Mega reality show …..Saboloi napahoribo “Dy Bihurani” …..Only on DY365. —-COMING SOON—– Dy365-r Poriyalor pora sakaluloike jonaishu Rongali Bihur Subhessa.

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Happy Rongali Bihu!

Atikoi senehor mugare mekhela, atikoi senehor maku, tatukoi senehor rongali bihuti napati kenekoi thaku, Happy Rongali Bihu!

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