Boori Boot, Indian Festival
Boori Boot is an Indian festival of North Eastern part, celebrated in the harvest season.
(Last Updated on : 20/07/2015)
Boori Boot Festival is mostly concentrated in the north eastern states of India. This festival means to get together to hail the spring and successful harvest.
Another aspect of Boori Boot is that the consecrated soul that belongs to Boori Boot is summoned who is known to sanctify people.
The masses who came to celebrate in Boori Boot Festival, pray for prosperity and also effective shielding from even the cursed shadows of fatal ailments that sometimes ravage village after village in a killing.
Boori Boot Festival essentially involves the assemblage of enormous fractions of people of virtually all the adjoining areas. Basically, the Boori Boot is such a festival, which does not lay any sort of stress on cast, creed, age and sex of the participating individuals in the North East Indian states like Assam
The young participants celebrate the Boori Boot Festival by shouldering the responsibility of completing all the tasks related to the successful completion of this event under the elders guidance. The high priest who is known by the name of Nibu performs rituals as well as conduct sacrifice.
Another facet of Boori Boot is the custom in which the villagers apply etting on the bodies of their contemporaries. This Boori Boot Festival continues for a period of three days during which the people enjoy to their hearts content.
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