Festivals and Events



In Arunachal Pradesh, festivals and events form an integral part of the society. The festivals and events of Arunachal Pradesh are celebrated throughout the year to celebrate the different aspects of life.

The festivals and events in Arunachal Pradesh lies at the root of the life at Arunachal Pradesh. The socio-culture seems to be incomplete without a reference to the festivals and events at Arunachal Pradesh.

Moreover, it is noteworthy that most of the festivals and events in Arunachal Pradesh have a strong bearing upon agriculture. In Arunachal Pradesh, festivals and events are celebrated to show their gratitude towards the Almighty Lord. These festivals and events at Arunachal Pradesh also seems to be a prayer for a good harvest in the territory of Arunachal Pradesh.

Furthermore, festivals and events in Arunachal Pradesh is divided into many sub-categories, according to their celebration by the different tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. Among the important festivals and events of Arunachal Pradesh are:

    Apatani festivals:
  • Dree
  • Murung
  • Myokoh, etc.
    Adi festivals:
  • Mophin
  • Reh
  • Solung, etc.
    Bangni festivals:
  • Mlokom Yulo, etc.
    Hill Miri festivals:
  • Boori Boot, etc.
    Idu festivals:
  • Reh, etc.
    Monpa festivals:
  • Chosker
  • Jomu
  • Losar, etc.
    Nishi festivals:
  • Nyokum
  • Siron Molo Sochum
  • Yulo, etc.
    Tagin festivals:
  • Si-Doni, etc.
This was a short estimate of some of the major festivals and events of Arunachal Pradesh.



Last Updated on 09 March 2013



     


     

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