Winter Festivals in Garo Hills, Meghalaya
Winter Festival in Garo Hills is a three day festival that takes place in different parts of the Garo Hills.
(Last Updated on : 05/08/2019)
Winter Festival in Garo Hills comprises of three days festival
that takes place at Ampati in West Garo Hills
, Resubelpara in North Garo Hills and at Tasek in East Garo Hills
. At Ampati two events are held simultaneously, namely the Dimchrang and Kite Festival
. Resubelpara holds the Awe Festival and Tasek Festival in Tasek. In all the festivals, the cultural mosaic of different communities
Celebration of Winter Festivals in Garo Hills
The cultural parade and carnival was led by Dimchrang troupe followed by a skill troupe from Manipur
. At least 11 troupes displayed their cultural lifestyle of different communities – Koch
The Winter Festivals in Garo Hills
gives a platform for the locals to take part in different activities and showcase their skills.
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