Kati Bihu pageant celebrated throughout Assam

Kati Bihu is likely one of the units of three Bihu festivals (agricultural festivals) was celebrated within the state of Assam. The Kati Bihu is often known as Kangali Bihu, the pageant of the poor (the phrase “Kongal” means “poor”) is well known in mid-October when the crops are at rising stage and the granaries of the farmers are depleting.


About Kati Bihu:

  • The Kati Bihu is well known with the lamp referred to as ‘Saki’ which is lit on the guidelines of bamboo poles within the fields which represents a information to spirits and earthen lamps are lit within the backyard, underneath the tulsi vegetation and within the granaries.
  • The farmers chant spells to keep at bay the negativity and pests within the subject and pray for a affluent harvest.
  • The locals of Assam have fun the pageant by lighting Diya of their fields and houses and carry out cultural dance and organise feasts.

Important takeaways for all aggressive exams: 

  • Chief Minister of Assam: Sarbananda Sonowal; Governor: Prof. Jagdish Mukhi.

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