In Pics: Ukhrul’s New Tusom celebrates Zeenezuh seed sowing festival
IFP Bureau | First Published: February 3, 2020 18:08:13 pm
New Tusom village, the rice bowl of Ukhrul District in Manipur kicked off its four-day traditional seed sowing festival of Zeenezuh on Saturday, February 1. The festival, celebrated every year, is one of the most important festivals for the villagers depicting the relationship between humankind and the natural environment, an amalgamation that brings about prosperity, protection and invokes God’s blessings for an abundant harvest for the year.
New Tusom village is situated on the northern part of Ukhrul district bordering Kharasom and Razai villages on the western side, Soraphung and Wahong villages and Akhen village of Nagaland on the north. On the southern side is Challou, Kuingai and Chingai villages while the eastern side is flanked by Somra village, and Myanmar international border pillar 129 and 130.
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