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Popular Festivals and Events of Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh festivals and events show the cultural heritage of any tribe or community of this state. Like the lofty hills, majestic green valleys, roaring rivers and unending collection of flora and fauna, events and festival are also a vital part of the Arunachalese. Events and festivals are an integral part of the society of Arunachal Pradesh. This beautiful northeastern state of India celebrates festivals and organizes events throughout the year. The socio-culture seems to be incomplete in Arunachal and amongst its people, if any event or festival is not celebrated here. Most of the cultural celebrations in this part of the country have a strong bearing upon agriculture.

The tribal's of Arunachal through these festivals or events show their gratitude towards the Almighty by either thanking or praying for good harvest in the territory of Arunachal Pradesh. Festivals and events in Arunachal Pradesh are separated into many sub-categories, according to the different tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. Among the important festivals and events of Arunachal Pradesh are Monpa Festival of Monpa Tribe and Siron Molo Sochum of the Nishi Tribe.
The Monpa tribes reside in the Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh and these tribal’s celebrate lots of festivals throughout the year. Monpa Festival is one of the major annual event which is celebrated by the Monpa tribe of Arunachal. These people celebrate Monpa festival mainly for agriculture purpose while the others bear religious significance. This festival showcases the culture and tradition of the Monpa tribes of Arunachal Pradesh.

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Monpa Festival of Arunachal Pradesh
Siron Molo Sochum Festival is celebrated by the Nishi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh and considered as one of the biggest festivals of this tribe. The festival is celebrated during the month of December which is called the Nishi month of 'Ram Po-Lo'. Before the festival all the houses and granaries repaired, and all the dry crops such as millet, paddy, and maize are harvested and stored in those granaries. The women of this tribe cook delicious local cuisine and the family whole heartedly welcome each and every guest and offer food and drink.

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Tribal Dance at Siron Molo Sochum Festival