“It is called the ‘Festival of Festivals’. It is celebrated every year in the month of December to showcase the rich cultural heritage and tradition of the Nagas in one platform at Naga Heritage Village Kisama under Kohima District.”
Which of the following festival is described in the above given passage?
Correct Answer : a ) Hornbill FestivalExplanation :
Hornbill Festival in India is called “Festival of Festivals”. It is celebrated every year from 1 December to 10 December in Nagaland.
The festival showcases the rich cultural heritage and tradition of Nagas.
This year the festival will be celebrated in virtual mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Losar Festival is celebrated in Tibetan Buddhism.
Moatsu Festival is celebrated by the Ao people of Nagaland in the month of May.
Wangala Festival is a harvest festival celebrated by the Garo tribe living in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Assam.
Hence, (a) is the correct answer.
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