Meghalaya Tourism
 
wangala
khasi dance


The annual Nongkrem Dance is held at Smit every autumn and is asssociated with goat sacrifice. It is the most important festival of the Khyrim State.
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garo dance


The Wangala is a Garo post-harvest festival that marks the end of the agricultural year. It is an act of thanksgiving to the sun god of fertility, known as Misi-A-Gilpa-Saljong-Galapa. A nagara (a special drum used for calling the people on solemn occasions) is beaten.
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behdeinkhlam


One of Meghalaya's most colourful religious festivals, Behdeinkhlam, is celebrated for three days during July at Jowai. The word literally means 'driving away of evil (plague) by wooden sticks'.
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guitar ensemble shillong


There are various festivals throughout the year, but Shillong comes alive in the month of October-November during the annual autumn festival.
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