Kota tribe of the Nilgiris celebrated Aiyanoor Ammanoor festival

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'Ayyanur Ammanur' is a festival celebrated by the Kota tribe of the Nilgiris. It is celebrated for a week.

An overview of the news

  • During this festival, this tribe collects clay to make pottery. The pot-making ceremony is held once every two years.

  • After making an earthen pot, they open their temple and then prepare food in this earthen pot and serve it to the whole village.

  • After the worship in the temple is over, men and women in their traditional costumes perform different dances during the day and night.

Other major tribal festivals 

  • Medaram Jatra festival - It is the second largest fair in India celebrated for four days by the Koya tribe, the second largest tribal community of Telangana.

  • Bhagoria festival - This is a major tribal festival celebrated in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Mim Kut Festival - This festival is celebrated by the Kuki tribe of Mizoram.

  • Sarhul festival - This is the biggest nature festival celebrated by the tribal society. Which is celebrated in Jharkhand.

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