Tribal festivals are primarily pastoral in nature and pay tribute to the elements, in hopes of a good harvest. Live music, colourful dances, traditional costumes and local flavours dominate the festivities and contribute to the gaiety of the celebrations. Each state offers its own unique cultural marvels.
Chandubi Lake is a natural lake located in Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council, Kamrup District, Assam at a distance of 64 kilometers from the city of Guwahati accessible through National Highway 37. The lake is located at the foot of Garo hills surrounded by Assam and Meghalaya.
Parshuram Kund is a Hindu pilgrimage centre situated on the Brahmaputra plateau in the lower reaches of the Lohit River and 21 km north of Tezu in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh. Thousands of pilgrims visit the place on the Makar Sankranti day for a holy dip in the sacred kund which is believed to wash away one's sins.
Pakke Paga festival is to recognise the role played by the local Nyishi tribe in conserving hornbills in Pakke and to tell about the wonders of the Pakke Tiger Reserve. Visitors will be treated to cultural programmes, food stalls, games likearchery, shotput, pole climbing, jump and pin and stick wrestling, plus Nyishi, Galo, Apatani, Adi and Puroik folk dances.
Kokborok Day (Borok Day) is a festival celebrated in the state of Tripura to celebrate the development of the Kokborok language. The Kokborok language is an official language in Tripura and this day is chosen to commemorate its initial recognition as an official language in 1979. The activities include cultural programmes and literary activities.