Chavang Kut is celebrated on the 1st November to honor the blessings of the deity for a good harvest every year. Chavang Kut, popularly known as Kut Festival. It is celebrated by the tribes of the Kuki-Chin-Mizo groups of Manipur.
Chavang Kut is celebrated on November 1 to honor the blessings of the deity for a good harvest every year. It also marks the end of the harvest season. Roughly translated, "Chavang" means "autumn" and Kut means "harvest".
In the past, the Kut festival lasted several days and the community performed many rites. After the main rituals required, the village priest distributes Ju (rice beer) to the inhabitants of the village and to other visitors.
The celebration continues with cultural performances of folk dances and traditional songs. These beautiful events are accompanied by sports competitions among the locals and large and magnificent parties.
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