This festival is celebrated in Nagaland from the erstwhile dreaded 'headhunters', the Konyaks. This vibrant spring festival is held together with all the hopes that the soul Wangwan is going to be happy and give them a bountiful harvest.
The people today represent the soul by erecting a bamboo with branches, and tender hands leave dangling at front. They commend the soul and invoke its soul. It lasts 6 months, bringing people from all of North Eastern India.
You are able to observe the folks dressed in vibrant and appealing traditional outfits; they perform dances to folk tunes, and possess a royal feast, with a vast array of cultural cuisine. Rice beer is prepared beforehand for the big day and swallowed in massive amounts. All those 6 times has its own particular importance.
1 evening is for weaving conventional cloth, making rice beer and collecting vegetables and wood; a poultry is forfeited, as well as the long run is predicted, depending on the form of its own intestines! Young boys have been trained to search on days 3 and 2, together with the rest of the days watching boisterous festivities with a great deal of beer, native sports and games, dancing, and music.
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