Guwahati, February 27, 2018:
The 200-year-old Barechaharia Bhowna is organized in Jamugurihat of Assam in every five years. This time, the festival will begin from March 1.
The festival first was commenced in 1797-98 by Gayan Bora. Traditional music of Assam like ‘taal’, ‘khol’, ‘doba’, ‘bhortal’ etc is a part of the festival.
The festival started two centuries ago which livens up the small town of Jamugurihat. Commonly the festival is a dramatization of the epics of Mahabharata, Ramayana, and Puranas.
The endowed lord Mahapurush Sankardevas ‘raas’ creation was depicted by a saint called Vaishnavite with the beautiful contradiction of ‘raga’ and ‘tala’. The main idea of the saint was to unite the diverse society.
The cultural ideas can be a good boost for modern technology as it proves to be a good appraisal of rare cultural shows around the globe.
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