Harvest festival

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Anubha Sinha
Chhattisgarh is a state where one finds many vibrant communities– the adivasis and the non-adivasis, where migrant and indigenous communities have come to share their cultures and festivals. Chher-Chhera is an important harvest festival of the year that is celebrated on a full moon’s night in…
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Manan Kapoor
India has a host of harvest festivals, of which Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal and Bihu are some of the more popular ones. However, there are several other similar harvest festivals celebrated by various tribes, regions and cultures that might not be as well known, but are an essential aspect of…
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Manan Kapoor
For most agrarian societies, harvest festivals are an integral part of their culture, and India is no different. Often, each community has a different name for the celebrations, but there is a lot that is common in the intent and festivities. Here we look at three—Ugadi, Gudi Padwa and Mopin—that…
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Suvadip Chakraborty
  Purulia, the westernmost district of West Bengal, is known as one of the state’s most under-developed regions. But very few would know about the history of socio-cultural revolt in Purulia. We can find various references to this land in different ancient Indian pieces of literature as Bajrabhumi…
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In this article, Durga Bhagvat looks into the Karma festival, the harvest festival celebrated in parts of Madhya Pradesh and the adjoining states, along with the story behind the festival, the rituals, songs and dances associated with it.
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Jenpuiru Kamei
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