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