Tsokum Festival, Nagaland
Tsokum Festival of Nagaland is celebrated by the Khiamniungan tribes. The festival takes place in October during the harvesting season.
(Last Updated on : 20/12/2019)
Tsokum Festival is celebrated by the Khiamniungan Tribe of Tuensang District
, during the month of October. It is associated with harvesting of crops
. The festival
is an occasion when permission is granted for the right to harvest and to test new crops. Each warrior of the village
displays his hunted animals
during the festival.
Celebration of Tsokum
Tsokum is one of the most important and significant festivals which is celebrated with great pomp and gaiety. It is a weeklong celebration that lasts for 8 days by performing different forms of rites and rituals
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