Hal Punhya Festival, Jharkhand, Indian Regional Festivals
Hal Punhya festival is a local tribal festival celebrates as the symbol of fortune.
(Last Updated on : 17-02-2018)
The Hal Punhya is a festival which starts with the fall of winter and the first day of Magh month, known as ''Akhain Jatra'' or ''Hal Punhya'', believed as the beginning of ploughing.
This festival is considered as the beginning of ploughing. The farmers of Jharkhand
mean this Hal Punhya Festival to symbolize this favourable dawn plough two and half circles of their agricultural land. The day of Hal Punhya Festival is also measured as the symbol of good fortune in one's life.
Celebration of the Hal Punhya Festival
Hal Punhya festival is epitomizing the onset of the harvest season. It signifies the good fortune and is celebrated during winters. Hal Punhya Festival is actually means that the process of ploughing should begin.
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