Tokhü Emong is a festival celebrated by the Lotha Nagas, a major Naga ethnic group native to Nagaland, India. The nine day festival celebrates the end of the harvest season.
Which festival is a harvest?
Harvest Festivals Of India Calendar
|Makar Sankranti||14th January|
|Ladakh Harvest Festival||3rd January|
What is the harvest festival of Bihu?
Magh Bihu, Bhogali Bihu or Maghar Domahi is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam and marks the end of the harvesting season in the region. The festival is observed on the first day of Magh month, according to the Bengali almanac. The equivalent of Sankranti in Assam, the celebrations last for a week.
How many harvest festivals are there?
Harvest festivals are those that occur at the time of the main harvest of a particula (Read More) Each of the 29 states of India celebrates its harvest festival at different times throughout the year, owing to the diversity in climate and difference in the staple crop of a region.