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About Us

Society for the Confluence of Festivals in India(SCFI) with its new initiative, [website name], aims at fostering knowledge about Bihu Festival, the most popular festival of the state of Assam, India. Our objective is tocreate value for the society, spreading the knowledge of grace and rich culture embodied in a myriad festivals and rituals in India. SCFI renders knowledge of exemplary traditions and customs of festivals and religion in India, emphasising India’s rich cultural heritage.

Bihu is a concoction of three unique cultural festivals of Assam, held across different time periods of the year and is associating with cultivation and agriculture as the traditional Assamese society is predominately based on agriculture. The festival is celebrated with immense zeal and fervour by the Assamese diaspora across the world. It is a festival that is celebrated with stupendous fun and frolic irrespective of caste, creed and religion. With our new website, SCFI aims at projecting the beauty of Bihu Festival globally and promote and conserve knowledge of Assam’s diversified cultural treasure and rich traditions.

In this website, dedicated to Assam’s Bihu Festival, we have portrayed diverse facets associated with this popular festival. We have made an endeavour to highlight the significance of this festival, legends and folklores, and exemplary traditions associated with the celebration. We strive to spread knowledge about three kinds of Bihu Festival celebrated in Assam every year – Bohaag Bihu or Rongaali Bihu, Kati Bihu and Magh Bihu. In each section, we have broadly mentioned the traditions, customs and festivities related to the festivals. Thus, with this website, SCFI aims to provide all-encompassing information about everything related to Bihu Festival.

Bihu Festival fun and celebration is all about folk dance, songs, musical instruments, sports and food. Assamese people adorn their best clothes during the Rongaali Bihu, the most important one of all the three Bihus and which also marks the Assamese New Year. People celebrate the festival by wearing traditional Bihu costumes, singing and dancing in groups. Modern celebrations also include cultural festivals held in different parts of Assam. Delicious delicacies are also an integral part of the festival. A number of sports are also played as a part of celebration.

SCFI aims at nurturing and preserving the sentiments and festivities associated with Bihu Festival. Therefore, we provide valuable information pertaining to this famous festival and also provide beautiful SMS messages and essays on Bihu. With this website, we have tried to present the beauty and value of the festival to the world at large, spreading awareness for India’s cultural heritage and traditions, steeped in antiquity. We hope our initiative will be most successful in emphasising the significance of the amazing Bihu Festival in Assam and charm people, irrespective of their religion, caste and creed.