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Tuesday, 14th March 2017

Sarhul Festival

A Festival of Joy and Happiness

One of the most popular tribal festivals celebrated across the Jharkhand region, Sarhul festival marks the beginning of New Year. It is celebrated by the Oraon, the Munda and the Ho tribes, of the Jharkhand region. Celebrated every year in the first month of the Hindu calendar, on the third day of the moon or the fortnight of 'Chaitra', Sarhul marks the advent of the spring season or “Phaagun” and is celebrated till the month of June or “Jeth”.

Sarhul means worship of trees. Being close to nature, these tribes start the Sarhul festival with the worship of trees and other elements of nature.

Sarhul Festival
History & Legends

Sarhul is an important festival

Significance & Rituals

The Indian state of Jharkhand

Worship of Sal Tree

Sarhul festival is celebrated by

Sarhul Dance Sarhul Dance

The Sarna tribe in Jharkhand celebrates the Sarhul festival with great enthusiasm. The men and women of the Sarna tribe clad in colourful

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Sarhul Cuisine Sarhul Cuisine

Sarhul is a spring festival celebrated in Jharkhand. ‘Sar’ refers to year and ‘hul’ means set to begin. It is the major carnival of the Oraon

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Baa Porob Baa Porob

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Sarhul Festival
Sarhul - The beginning of New Year

One of the most popular tribal festivals celebrated across the Jharkhand region, Sarhul festival marks the beginning of New Year. It is celebrated by the Oraon, the Munda and the Ho tribes, of the Jharkhand region. Celebrated every year in the first month of the Hindu calendar, on the third day of the moon or the fortnight of 'Chaitra', Sarhul marks the advent of the spring season or “Phaagun” and is celebrated till the month of June or “Jeth”.Sarhul means worship of trees.Being close to nature, these tribes start the Sarhul festival with the worship of trees

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