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Dree Festival of Arunachal Pradesh

Jul 05, 2018 14:08
Dree Festival

The Dree Festival of Arunachal Pradesh is an agricultural festival celebrated by the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The Dree Festival is the biggest festival of the Apatanis and celebrated with zest marked by sacrificial offerings and prayers.

The Dree Festival of Arunachal Pradesh is celebrated on July 5 with the pre-celebration rituals starting from the evening of July 4 every year. The main and the biggest celebration of this festival happens at Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh. During the Dree Festival prayers are offered to please the 4 Gods – Tamu, Harniang, Metii, and Danyi to bring in a bountiful harvest season.

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Fowls, eggs, and animals are sacrificed during this festival as part of the rituals. The festival is marked by grand ritual and community feasts served with delicious rice/millet beer. Traditional songs and dances are also displayed as part of the Dree celebrations. The day long festival is also an occasion where womenfolk brew wine and visit homes of their relatives and present them the wine as a symbol of love and affection.

The Dree Festival of Arunachal Pradesh is a celebration of the agricultural way of life for the Apatanis.

Source: Reviewne

Jul 05, 2018 14:08

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