Rongali Bihu, also known as Bohag Bihu, marks the Assamese New Year and is one of the most vibrant a

1. Goru Bihu:
The first day of Rongali Bihu is dedicated to the cows, as they are considered sacred in Assamese culture. Cows are bathed, decorated with garlands, and worshipped as a form of gratitude for their role in agriculture and daily life.
2. Manuh Bihu:
This is the day when people exchange bihuwans (traditional Assamese scarves) and bihu gifts with friends and family. People visit each other's homes, offer traditional sweets like pitha (rice cakes), and participate in cultural programs.
3. Husori:
Husori is a traditional form of Assamese folk dance performed during Rongali Bihu. Groups of young men and women visit households, sing bihu songs, and perform traditional dances to spread joy and happiness.