2019 Rongali Bihu – (Bohag Bihu) Assamese New Year [ Arunachal Pradesh, Assam ]

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Rongali Bihu – (Bohag Bihu) Assamese New Year [ Arunachal Pradesh, Assam ] : Bohag bihu festival 2019 Date, Greeting, Images, Pictures, Significance, Observance, history, Songs, Dance, Culture, Traditions, Custom & Foods.

Rongali Bihu

Rongali Bihu Significance: Rongali Bihu is also popularly known as Bohag Bihu. It’s celebrate in mainly Assam and Arunachal Pradesh State in India. Bohag Bihu festival is the Assamese New Year and is observed for three days as per the traditional Assamese Calendar. Especially there are three Bihu festivals in year namely – Rongali Bihu or Bohag Bihu, Bhugali (Magh Bihu) and Kangali (Kati Bihu) marking the distinctive phase in the farming calendar.

The New Year is observed on the first day of Bohag month. The Hindu New Year celebrations in Assam begins on the last day of the Assamese month ‘Chait.’

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Bohag Bihu

Importance of Rongali Bihu : Assam State mainly depends on Agriculture and Livestock breeding so Assamese celebrates major agricultural events as the festival of Bihu. Bohag Bihu or Rangali Bihu also called Haat Bihu (Assamese: ব’হাগ বিহু, Hindi: बोहाग बिहू) (seven Bihus) is a festival celebrated in the state of Assam and north eastern India, and marks the beginning of the Assamese New Year.

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Rongali or Bohag Bihu 2019

In India it is celebrated seven days after Vishuva Sankranti of the month of Vaisakh or locally ‘Bohag’ (Bhaskar Calendar). The three primary types of Bihu are Rongali Bihu, Kongali Bihu, and Bhogali Bihu. Each festival historically recognizes a different agricultural cycle of the paddy crops. During Rangali Bihu there are 7 pinnacle phases: ‘Chot’, ‘Raati’, ‘Goru’, ‘Manuh’, ‘Kutum’, ‘Mela’ and ‘Chera’. In Year 2019, the date of Bohag Bihu is April 14. The first day of celebration is dedicated to cattle and is 15 April, 2019.

7 Seven Days of Bihu

  1. Raati Bihu (ৰাতি বিহু)
  2. Chot Bihu (চ’ত বিহু)
  3. Goru Bihu (গৰু বিহু)
  4. Manuh Bihu (মানুহ বিহু)
  5. Kutum Bihu (কুতুম বিহু)
  6. Mela Bihu (মেলা বিহু)
  7. Chera Bihu (চেৰা বিহু)
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In Bihu festival, People sing a regional songs and it’s falls in spring season the agricultural season. Group of People dance on bihu festival songs with excitement and joyness. People of all faiths and creed celebrate Bohag Bihu by singing traditional Bihugeets and performing group folk dances.

Most Popular Bihu Festival in Year

The three Bihu Festivals : In a year there are three Bihu festivals in Assam – in the months of Bohaag (Baisakh, the middle of April), Maagh (the middle of January), and Kaati (Kartik, the middle of October).

  • The Rongali Bihu marks the agricultural New Year at the advent of seeding time and is celebrated as the Festival of Merriment.
  • The Kati Bihu marks the completion of sowing and transplanting of paddies.
  • The Magh Bihu marks the end of the harvesting period.

Instruments used in Bihu

  • Dhol (Drum)
  • Taal
  • Pepa (An instrument made of buffalo horn)
  • Toka
  • Baanhi (Flute)
  • Xutuli
  • Gogona
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Happy Bhogali Magh Bihu Wishes Messages SMS 2019

May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm; and may it help you bring happiness and prosperity to you and your loved ones. Heartiest Bihu greetings…

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Enjoy the festive season! Sing and dance with fun…Wishing you happiness on this Bihu…

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May the joyous harvest season bring to you and your family Happiness & Prosperity.

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Another Rongali Bihu is here. Let us banish our worries and mistakes and start afresh. Happy Bohag Bihu!

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Let this Bihu give you the strength to do all that you dreamed to do during last year but didn’t dare to do.

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Let us welcome this Bohag Bihu with great hope, eagerness and anticipation. Let us look forward to a plentiful year of joy, satisfaction, peace and prosperity.

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Happy Bihu! Let this year be filled with the things that are truly good.

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Let this Bihu usher in a Good and Sweet Year, both materially and spiritually.

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Let us vow to take life in our stride this Bihu and make it tolerable as well as beautiful by accepting sorrow and happiness with sanity.

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Let this Bohag Bihu bring peace and prosperity in the lives of all.

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Rongali Bihu stands for new and fresh – Life is always new and fresh – Let us strive to make all days Bihu.

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Happy Bhogali Magh Bihu Quotes Msg 2019

May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm; and may it help you bring happiness and prosperity to you and your loved ones. Heartiest Bihu greetings…

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Enjoy the festive season! Sing and dance with fun…Wishing you happiness on this Bihu…

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May the joyous harvest season bring to you and your family Happiness & Prosperity.

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Another Rongali Bihu is here. Let us banish our worries and mistakes and start afresh. Happy Bohag Bihu!

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Let this Bihu give you the strength to do all that you dreamed to do during last year but didn’t dare to do.

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Let us welcome this Bohag Bihu with great hope, eagerness and anticipation. Let us look forward to a plentiful year of joy, satisfaction, peace and prosperity.

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Happy Bihu! Let this year be filled with the things that are truly good.

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Let this Bihu usher in a Good and Sweet Year, both materially and spiritually.

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Let us vow to take life in our stride this Bihu and make it tolerable as well as beautiful by accepting sorrow and happiness with sanity.

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Kopu phul fulie gasar dalat
Keteki fulile vanot
Natun basar ahile
Bihu Bihu lagile manot.

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Laru, pitha, doi sira lagat alap gur
Bohag Bihu thakak ananda bharpur.

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kuli ketekir aru peppar matare aguvam ami a natun bosor
rongdhemalire bhora porok amar jivanot
Nasim ami kokal bhangi a Rongali bihut
Pahori najabo ami Asomiya hodai thakim hahi dhemalire.

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Bihuti ahise, dhul pepa bajise, birikhe holaise paat, bihu bihu lagise gaat – The Bihu has come, drums and pipes are being played, new leaves are budding in the trees, it is feeling like Bihu!

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Another Bohag Bihu is here. Let this New Year herald new optimism, zeal and cheer.

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Related holidays in other cultures

It coincides with the New Years in many other Southern Asian calendars, including:

  • Burmese New Year, or Thingyan (Burma)
  • Khmer New Year, or Chol Chnam Thmey (Cambodia)
  • Lao New Year, or Songkan / Pi Mai Lao (Laos)
  • Malayali New Year, or Vishu (India’s Kerala state)
  • Odia New Year, or Maha Vishuva Sankranti (India’s Odisha state)
  • Nepali New Year, or Bikram Samwat / Vaishak Ek (Nepal)
  • Sinhalese New Year, or Aluth Avurudda (Sri Lanka)
  • Tamil New Year, or Puthandu (India’s Tamil Nadu state and Sri Lanka)
  • Thai New Year, or Songkran (Thailand)
  • Tuluva New Year, or Bisu (India’s Karnataka state)
  • Maithili New Year, or Jude Shital (Mithila)

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