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Sikkim celebrates Saga Dawa today

The state of Sikkim today celebrated Saga Dawa with much grand and pomp. A colorful procession was taken out by the monks and devotees carrying...

2nd Edition of Shirui Lily festival kick-starts in Manipur

The 2nd Edition of State level Shirui Lily festival kick-started on Tuesday at Shirui village ground, 95 km East of state capital Imphal. The festival...

Arunachal celebrates Moh Mol Festival

The Tangsa community of Arunachal Pradesh are celebrating the Moh Mol Festival. The festival is celebrated by the community for good growth in agriculture. The...

Rongali Bihu celebrations in Seattle and Sydney

The Assamese community in Seattle celebrated Rongali Bihu. People from Assam, settled in Washington and Oregon also took part in the celebrations. The celebrations were...

State turns festive for Rongali Bihu

Festive fervour grips Assam with people celebrating Rongali Bihu and ushering in the Assamese new year with traditional zeal and fervour. The celebrations mark the...

Four day Sangken festival concludes in Arunachal

Arunachal Pradesh is celebrating Sangken, the water festival in Namsai. It is the biggest festival of the Tai Khampti community of Arunachal. The festivities of...

State basks in Bihu festivities

Rongali or Bohag Bihu, which marks the Assamese lunar New Year, is a time of zest and joy among the people of Assam. The first...

First ever Community Radio inaugurated in Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh gets its first ever Community Radio, 'Radio City '90.8 FM at Rakap Colony in Naharlagun. Public Health Engineering and Water Supply Minister Bamang...

Mopin festival begins in Arunachal Pradesh

The Mopin festival of the Galo tribe of Arunachal Pradesh commences today. The governor of the state, (Retd) Brigadier Dr. B D Mishra, extended his...

Ziro charmed with festive fervor

The annual Myoko Festival in Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh nears conclusion, celebrations are seen with traditional fervor. The 10-days-long festival is celebrated on a rotational basis...