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Busu festival celebrated in Dima Hasao

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HAFLONG, Jan 29 - Busu or Bishu, one of the major festivals of Dimasa people was celebrated throughout the district of Dima Hasao with great enthusiasm and traditional fervour. At Haflong, villages like Gahamphai, Digrik, Sambudhan Raji etc., organised Busu festival on January 27, wherein hundreds of people took part.

At Maibang, the Jidab Busu was celebrated at Damadi Hawar with a three-day programme, which saw participation of hundreds of people. They also organized traditional games , sports and dance competitions during the event.

Greater Maibang central Busu was organized at Dishru Sports Complex Mabang, where Naba�Kumar�Doley, State Minister of Panchayat and Rural Development Department attended as the chief guest. Chief Executive Member, NC Hills Autonomous Council, Debolal Gorlosa, Chairperson, Ranu Langthasa, Executive Members Nipolal Hojai, Biswajit Daulagupu, Golonjo Thaosen, chairman, Haflong Municipal Board, Manjit Naiding, Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao Amitabh Rajkhowa, SP Bir Bikram Gogoi and SDO, Maibang Manaspratim Kutum and others were present on the occasion.

Doley, in his speech, appealed to the people to preserve their culture and tradition. He also assured that the State Government is committed in preserving and protecting tradition and culture of all communities living in Assam. In his message to the youths, he said that the youths of each community should come forward to maintain, preserve and protect their respective rich traditions and culture.

Busu is one of the most important festivals celebrated by Dimasa people. �Busu� means festival of eating newly-grown autumnal rice, and so it can be considered as a harvesting festival too.

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Busu festival celebrated in Dima Hasao

HAFLONG, Jan 29 - Busu or Bishu, one of the major festivals of Dimasa people was celebrated throughout the district of Dima Hasao with great enthusiasm and traditional fervour. At Haflong, villages like Gahamphai, Digrik, Sambudhan Raji etc., organised Busu festival on January 27, wherein hundreds of people took part.

At Maibang, the Jidab Busu was celebrated at Damadi Hawar with a three-day programme, which saw participation of hundreds of people. They also organized traditional games , sports and dance competitions during the event.

Greater Maibang central Busu was organized at Dishru Sports Complex Mabang, where Naba�Kumar�Doley, State Minister of Panchayat and Rural Development Department attended as the chief guest. Chief Executive Member, NC Hills Autonomous Council, Debolal Gorlosa, Chairperson, Ranu Langthasa, Executive Members Nipolal Hojai, Biswajit Daulagupu, Golonjo Thaosen, chairman, Haflong Municipal Board, Manjit Naiding, Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao Amitabh Rajkhowa, SP Bir Bikram Gogoi and SDO, Maibang Manaspratim Kutum and others were present on the occasion.

Doley, in his speech, appealed to the people to preserve their culture and tradition. He also assured that the State Government is committed in preserving and protecting tradition and culture of all communities living in Assam. In his message to the youths, he said that the youths of each community should come forward to maintain, preserve and protect their respective rich traditions and culture.

Busu is one of the most important festivals celebrated by Dimasa people. �Busu� means festival of eating newly-grown autumnal rice, and so it can be considered as a harvesting festival too.

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