The Digaru Mishmis are one of the ancient tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. […]
Tamladu Festival is prayer that is offered to the God of Earth and the God of Water. The tribal people believe in nature worship and according to their belief, nature protects them from natural calamities. The supreme god of the tribe is Lord Jebmalu. Jebmalu is worshipped for the welfare of the people and crops and domestic animals.
Tamladu festival is observed in Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh. The festival is celebrated on the 15th of February. The festival creates a wonderful ambience and invites everyone to take part in the occasion and make it magnificent one. Tamladu festival is one of the oldest festivals in Arunachal Pradesh. […]
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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