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Khasi Festival

Khasi festival

The Khasi, Jayantis and Garos of Meghalaya celebrate many festivals that are directly and indirectly associated with religion. They are filled with joy and happiness which are expressed externally in the form of dance, feast and pooja.

Shad Suk  Mynsiem Dance


In every religious rite of the Khasi tribe, the grand finale is the performance of a dance, a thank-youd dance called Shad fur, which is now called "Shad Suk  mynsies". Religious rituals or ceremonies may be related to some families, clans, villages, raiyas, or states (Hima).

Shad Suk Mynsiem
Shad Suk Mynsiem

Shad Suk Marnsim Dance


In every religious rite of the Khasi tribe, the grand finale is a dance show, a thank-youd dance called Shad Far, now called "Shad Suk Marnes". Religious rituals or ceremonies may be related to some families, clans, villages, rais or states (Hima).

Shad Sook Merci shows the matrilineal and patriarchal aspects of the society. Men with whips and swords encircle the virgin, because the patrons of women's rights have power and resources, while men have twelve powers and resources. Shad Suk Merces is celebrated in the month of April in Shiklang and other places of Meghalaya.

Nongkrem dance


Nongkrem dance
Nongkrem dance
Driving experience through narrow alleys for hills and smithers, which first pass visitors, where the legendary drama drama Hima Khairium (Head of Khairium) is organized in the courtyard of the CEM, it is exciting and fun . For students of "serious traveler" and culture and history, there is a lot to learn and store from this dance tribe, which is held every year in Smile, which is 15 kms away from Shillong.

It is one of the most important festivals of the tribe and it is celebrated with pomp and happiness. Hundreds of travelers have visited the festival from different parts of this country and from abroad, traditional style CEM, head of Khasi State, and CEEM, Samsung, Cam Priests, who are considered to be carers, all religious ceremonies, ministers and mango People celebrate the fourth day of the festival when most visitors come in the courtyard and look at some of the most beautiful traditional costumes performed by women and men Are decorated for Young virgin girls wear expensive silks and shad kintai dances in the inner circle of gold ornaments area, while the turban wearing dhoti with full sleeve shirt, sleeve coat and sword owners is the legacy of the outer circle.
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