Later in the evening everyone gathers together and dance , eat , enjoy to the tunes of Bihu hymns. This festival marks the starting of the rice cultivation season . After the festival everyone heads to the fields and this marks the beginning of the rice cultivation.
Another Bihu called Kongali or Kati Bihu , this Bihu is celebrated when the rice cultivation is ready to be harvested , in this festival people prays being grateful to the almighty for blessing them with a good crops.People lights Earthen Lamps in their homes and rice fields.
The last is called Rongali or Magh Bihu.This festival marks the end of harvesting of rice , when everyone brings their produce from the fields to their home . Their hard labour had paid off. This festival shows the abundance of everything in their homes. It is celebrated with tremendous joy. The whole village gathers for a grand feast consisting a plethora of delicacies.They Sing and dance the whole night and in the woo hours of dawn a pyre built from wood , twigs , bamboo is burnt as a custom of the festival.