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Sarhul | Living Cultures – Episode 4

The Tribes of Jharkhand and neighbouring states celebrate the pre-harvest festival, ‘SARHUL’, with great joy. Tribals believe that after the celebration of this festival, which takes place in the spring season, the earth becomes fertile and the process of sowing can begin.

Living Cultures: Video Volunteers present an exclusive show that explores fading and little known traditions in India. Watch history, art, music, customs through the eyes of the people who cherish them.

Thanks to the award of YouTube, Google News Initiative, we are now producing a series of YouTube shows. Connect with us on our journey, while we cover many more stories and experiences like these. 

Video produced by Mansi Kumbharjuvekar

 

 

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