Jharkhand is busy celebrating Tusu Parab with unfettered joy and lifeness. Ordinary toiling masses are singing with nature and dancing with flowers. That is the power that the simplicity of a Jharkhand native can endow you with. The power to be in rhythm with nature and gyrate with the flora and the fauna.
If you live in Jharkhand and are not throbbing with the life being exuded by its ordinary men, or women, or children, there is certainly something amiss with you, or your surroundings, and you need to break free of your fetters to be really able to sit ensconced in nature. Unlucky you!
The Tusu festival is a well-known annual event for the state and its people. It is celebrated by the region’s several native and tribal communities.
Tusu festival brings the community together to celebrate the arrival of the new year. A number of rituals and traditions mark the festival, including the creation of Tusu idols, which are decorated with flowers and other colorful materials.
The singing of Tusu songs, which are traditional songs passed down through generations, is one of the most important rituals of the Tusu festival. The women of the communities usually sing the songs, which are accompanied by the beating of drums and other musical instruments.
The traditional dance, known as the Tusu dance, is another important aspect of the Tusu festival. The dance is performed by community men and women dressed in traditional attire and wearing colorful headgear. The dance is performed to the beat of drums and other musical instruments, and it is a time for the community to come together to welcome the new year.
The Tusu festival also serves as an important opportunity for the community to come together and share their culture and traditions. Many families prepare special foods and treats to share with their friends and neighbors, and community-wide feasts and gatherings are common. The festival also allows the community to reconnect with their roots and celebrate their distinct cultural heritage.
The Tusu festival is a lively and colorful celebration that brings the community together and welcomes the new year.
India is a land of festivals and unique traditions. And Tusu remains one of the most pure and joyful festivals.
To preserve the joyous traditions despite the onslaught of un-civilisations from all sides is one of the key responsibilities that the local communities must discharge well to ensure that nature-laced joy, happiness and liveliness continue sparkling in the lives of the ordinary people of Jharkhand.