Like any other resident of North-Eastern state, those who live in Tripura also enjoy outstandingly during the celebration of all festivals that take place here and tend to forget all their worries and tensions and express their joviality to the great. Please read below information on some of the momentous festivals of Tripura that is no less than their lifeline.
Kharchi Puja: This puja takes places in the month of July and localities together with other tourists flock in the premises of Chaturdas Deutas Temple located in the Old Agartala to pay their holy prayers to the fourteen idols of head image.
Ker Puja: It is basically a festival for those who live in tribes. It is celebrated inside their allocated domains which are not permitted to be infringed by anybody else.
Tirthamukh: The festival of Tirthamukh is celebrated either in the month of January or February all through the Uttarayan Sankranti by scores of devout. People congregate and take holy shower irrespective of their caste, creed, race or any color.
Durga Puja: Tripuri love to celebrate Durga Puja in the October/ November, and give huge attendance in the temple and become active participants in the execution of various religious ceremonies related to the same. The culmination of Durga Puja is followed by procession of goddess Durga idol which is finally immersed in water.
Garia Puja: Garia Puja takes place on the seventh day of the month of Baisakh (April) and continues for seven days. After the Puja gets over, all the swarmed men and women perform various dance forms connected to this festival.
Orange & Tourism Festival: It is arranged each year in the month of November in Jampui Hill throughout orange season. Jampui Hill is a well known Hill Station of Tripura where abundance of oranges is grown.
Boat Race: It is a very colorful festival of Tripura during which the colorful boat race is organized at the famous Rudrasagar Lake by the Information Cultural Affairs & Tourism Department all year.
Ashokastami Festival: Last but not least, the very big yearly fair usually popular as Ashokastami Fair" takes place in March/April at Unakoti Tirtha at Kailasahar Sub Division all year.
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