Festival date (2017): 28 September – 1 October
Founded in 2012, Ziro Festival of Music is held in the picturesque Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh once a year. The four-day event remains an adventure in the fields, with musicians coming together from all over the world. […]
Source: Economic Times, 7 September 2017 | Learn more >>
Fairs and Festivals in Arunachal Pradesh
[…] Many of the festivals celebrated in Arunachal Pradesh are closely linked to agriculture, the main occupation of the state. Celebrated on a grand scale, these festivals are characterized by prayers that are later followed by merry making. Among the most popular festivals of Arunachal Pradesh are Ziro Festival of Music , Losar Festival, Tamladu Festival, Sangken Festival. […]
Arunachal Pradesh is home to a good number of tribes. So you can find some festival or the other happening in Arunachal Pradesh at any time of the year. Be a part of the celebrations when you travel to Arunachal Pradesh. For this, just get in touch with us today and we will help you plan a most memorable holiday.
Source: Fairs and Festivals in Arunachal Pradesh
Date accessed: 5 September 2018
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