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Magh Bihu, Assam Assam, Magh Bihu, also known as Bhogali Bihu, is a significant festival celebrated in Assam, India, in the month of Magh (usually January). It marks the end of the harvesting season, and it's a time for feasting and celebration. The highlight of Magh Bihu is the construction of makeshift huts called "Mejis" made from bamboo, leaves, and other natural materials. These huts are set on fire during the evening, and people gather around to offer prayers, sing traditional Bihu songs, and indulge in delicious Assamese dishes like pitha (rice cakes), laru (sweet sesame balls), and various other festive treats. It's a time when communities come together to celebrate their agricultural prosperity and express gratitude to the gods for a bountiful harvest.

Magh Bihu, Assam
Magh Bihu, Assam


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