Bihula Festival, Bhagalpur, Bihar, Indian Festivals
Bihula Festival is one of the popular festivals in Bhagalpur, Bihar.
(Last Updated on : 14-03-2017)
The Bihula is a well-known festival of eastern Bihar
and is chiefly famous in the district of Bhagalpur
. This Puja is known as Bishari Puja also.
Bihula Festival is observed every year during the month of August. The devotees of Bhagalpur pray to Goddess Mansa
for the welfare of their families.
The Bihula Festival patronizes the brilliant Manjusha art which stands on par with the other well-known folk arts of Bihar like the Jadopetiya of Santhal Parganas, and the Madhubani paintings of Mithilanchal.
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