BIHU 2023 Images, Wishes, Status, SMS, Messages


BIHU 2023 Images, Wishes, Status, SMS, Messages.

bihu 2021
Bihu 2023


Bihu festival can be counted as one of the most popular and one of the ancient traditions of the people of Assam. Bihu meaning in Sanskrit is “to pray for prosperity from the Gods during the harvesting season”. Bihu festivals are celebrated according to the farming schedule. Bihu festival has an integral relationship with agriculture and fertility. And, is of utmost significance to the culture and heritage of Assam. Bhogoli Bihu 2023 will be celebrated in the month of April from the 13th to the 19th.


Bihu is more of a generic term used to denote three variants of Assamese festivals, namely: the Bohag Bihu, the Magh Bihu, and Kati Bihu. Through the numerous delicacies, snacks, and savories, the spirit of indulgence and sharing are manifested, which are prepared and relished during the festival. Bihu is commemorated as the “National Festival of Assam”. 


Magh Bihu 2023 was celebrated in January and Bohag Bihu 2023 is to be celebrated in the month of April.


Bihu is more of a generic term used to denote three variants of Assamese festivals, namely: the Bohag Bihu, the Magh Bihu, and Kati Bihu. Through the numerous delicacies, snacks, and savories, the spirit of indulgence and sharing is manifested, which is prepared and relished during the festival. Bihu is commemorated as the “National Festival of Assam”. 
Magh Bihu 2023 was celebrated in January and Bohag Bihu 2023 is to be celebrated in the month of April. 

Bihu dance is performed around April during the Bohag Bihu. It is Assam's one of the most popular folk dances. For various ethnic groups in Assam like the Deoris, Sonowal Kacharis, Moran, Borahis and others, Bihu dance is an intrinsic part of their culture. Bihu celebration is marked with Bihu dance, which is performed by the young men and women during Rongali Bihu as a way to express joy for the arrival of spring. 


The first ever Bihu dance was performed in 1694, according to Assamese history. It was during the special occasion of Rongali Bihu when the Ahom king Rudra Singha invited the Bihu dancers for a performance.


During their performance, the dancers dress up in their traditional mekhela chador . Mekhela is a cylindrically shaped outfit worn on the lower half of the body and the chador is draped around like a shawl to cover the upper half. The attires are usually made out of Muga silk, which is exclusively produced in Assam. Ethnic heavy in different parts of the world. 


When the professional Bihu dancers performed at the London Olympics in 2012, it was a proud moment for the state of Assam.


Bihu dance is the most distinctive element of the Bohag Bihu celebration. People of different age groups get together and sway to the rhythm of the dhol, pepa and gogona.


What are the three main forms of Bihu Dance

The three main forms of Bihu dance are -


Lora Nas or the dance of the male dancers, where young boys dance on the tunes of pepa (horn), gogona and banhi (flute), dhol in a circular motion. The dance consists of simple steps and peculiar waist movements.


Suwali Nas or the dance by the girls. When the boys complete their entire piece, the girls come forward singing traditional songs. Traditional music instruments like gogona are played by the girls themselves, the pepa is played by a musician known as pepuwa.


Burha Naas constitutes a special segment of Bihu dance, dedicated to the old performers, as they can no longer dance fast due to their age. The rhythms are very slow compared to others dance forms.


First week of the Bohag month is full of Bihu celebration. The initiation of Bihu celebration begins when Bihu dance performers, called as Husori, start to visit all the villages. Villagers whole heartedly welcome them. Traditionally, during  the first  week of the Assamese New Year, people venture out to meet up with their relatives. The hosts offer palatable traditional snacks, and Bihuwan (gamocha or traditional Assamese towels) to the guests. 


To mark the ending of Bohag Bihu, fresh showers pour down on the soil confirming the first season of agriculture in the new year.

bihu images 2021
Bihu images 2023

bihu quotes images
Bihu quotes images

bihu wishes greetings
Bihu wishes greetings

bihu wishes in assamese
Bihu wishes in Assamese

bihu wishes images
Bihu wishes images

Bihu Status images
Bihu Status images

bihu images and quotes
Bihu images and quotes

happy bihu wishes
happy Bihu wishes

bihu festival 2021
Bihu festival 2023


What are the different TYPES OF BIHU


Bihu celebration takes place all throughout the state of Assam thrice a year. Primarily there are three types of Bihu that are celebrated. However, seven days in Bohag Bihu is for seven distinctive Bihu celebrations.


Rongali Bihu

The Rongali Bihu arrives at the beginning of the Assamese New Year. It is also called Bohag Bihu. Rongali Bihu is celebrated with happiness and joy with loads of merry making through dancing and singing and consuming traditional dishes with family and friends. 


The word Rongali refers to the emotion of joyfulness. During the month of April, on the occasion of the Assamese New Year, Rongali or Bohag Bihu is celebrated. As  the dry weather of February and March (Fagun and Choit) comes to an end, the new year begins with the promise of new life everywhere. 


The birth of new leaves and beautiful  flowers of  Nahor, Togor is sighted in the gardens. Bohag Bihu is celebrated  for seven days. Each day having its own significance. 


Goru Bihu

Choit or the last day of the old year is dedicated to the cattle, and named as ‘Goru Bihu’. The cattle  are bathed in fresh water at the riverside or at the empty paddy fields. People offer the cattle a paste of black gram and turmeric before the bathing starts. It is believed to be best for protecting their skin. The cattle are left free, after the session of bathing,


People go to take a bath in the river or pond with the remaining paste of turmeric and black gram (matimah) followed by feasting on various snacks made from rice flour or the rice boiled or fried in unique traditional patterns, relished with curd and jaggery. 


When the cattle return home after the end of the day, they are welcomed with a new traditional rope called ‘Tora pogha’. This gesture is similar to offering a new cloth to the cattle. Cattles are also served with different food preparations. Different food preparations are also served at night.


Manuh Bihu

People clean their homes and have a traditional bath using turmeric on the occasion of Manuh Bihu. Wearing traditional attires, people visit their relatives, seeking blessings from the elders. Along with the exchange of gifts, elders are offered a Bihuwan or the Gamusa cloth as a symbol of respect. Dhoti, Chelang, Riha and Mekhela are some of the items that are gifted during this occasion.


The ritual of writing Sanskrit mantras on Nahar leaves and hiding it behind the roof, bears a symbolic significance and is performed with the intention of seeking Lord Shiva’s protection from all elements of nature.


Goshai Bihu

The Gods are worshipped on the occasion of Gosain Bihu. Traditional songs are sung in their praise while seeking protection and blessing for a good harvest.


Kutum Bihu

People usually visit the houses of their relatives on the occasion of Kutum Bihu. Bonding together over meals and exchanging new stories and life events as a way to connect.


Senehi Bihu

On the occasion of Senehi Bihu youths meet their beloved to give gifts usually known as “Bihuwan".  This day is also called Jiyori bihu, as the daughters come to their parents’ house to celebrate Bihu.


Mela Bihu

During ancient times, on this day, the kings used to participate in a fair along with his subjects. Even till this date this practice is observed and fairs are set up in different parts of the state. People come and engage in large numbers.


Sera Bihu

Seventh day is celebrated as Sera Bihu. During ancient times, on this day, the king used to participate in a fair along with his subjects. This practice is observed even till this date and fairs are organized in the different parts of the states, where people come and participate in large numbers.


Kati Bihu

Kati Bihu or Kongali Bihu follows next; which is observed in the Assamese month of Kati (mid-October). This particular Bihu comes around the time of scarcity, hence, there remains no room for celebration per se. However, on the evening of the Kati Bihu, certain rituals and rites are performed to ward off evil from the crops and the community.


Magh Bihu

Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu can also be referred to as the festival of feast. This is celebrated in the Assamese month of Magh (mid-January). Magh Bihu marks the time of harvesting crops. This is the time when the farmers get a window of time after the long and hard labor in the fields for months.

Magh Bihu 2023 will be

celebrated on January 14th–15th January.


Bihu celebration instrument


Dhol (Drum)


Pepa (An instrument made of buffalo horn)


Baanhi (Flute)







Bihu Date

This year Bohag Bihu festival is on the 13th of April. And it ends on the 19th.

And Kati Bihu is on 18th October.


Bihu wishes in Assamese

সকলো অসমবাসী ৰাইজলৈ ভোগালী বিহুৰ অফুৰন্ত শুভেচ্ছা জ্ঞাপন কৰিলো।


ভোগালী বিহুৰ আন্তৰিক শুভেচ্ছা আৰু শুভকামনা। সকলোৰে আহি থকা দিন বোৰ সুখ সমৃদ্ধি, শান্তি আৰু ভোগালীৰ ভোগেৰে উপচি পৰক তাৰেই শুভকামনাৰে


সুপ্ৰভাত .. মোৰ সমূহ বন্ধু, বান্ধৱীলৈ ভোগালী বিহুৰ শুভেচ্ছা জনালোঁ 


ভোগালী বিহুৰ শুভেচ্ছাৰে | সকলোয়ে মিলা প্ৰিতিৰে আজি ভোগালী বিহুৰ ভোজ খাওঁক


সকলোকে ভোগালী বিহুৰ আন্তৰিক ওলগ জনাইছো। ভোগালী বিহু যদিও ভোগৰ উছৱ,ইয়াৰ অন্তৰ্নিহিত গুৰুত্ব ব্যাপক আৰু অপৰিসীম। বাপতিসাহোন এই বিহুৱে জাতিটোক একতাৰ ডোলেৰে বান্ধি অধিক শক্তিশালী ৰূপত থিয় কৰায় আৰু সেয়ে বৰ্তমানৰ এই জটিল সন্ধিক্ষণত এইবেলিৰ বিহু যেন অধিক তাৎপৰ্যপূৰ্ণ হৈ পৰিছে। সমাজৰ যত অসূয়া-অপ্ৰীতি,হিংসা-বিদ্বেষ আছে সকলোবোৰ মেজিৰ জুইত জাহ যাওঁক আৰু সকলোৰে জীৱনবোৰ সুখ,সমৃদ্ধি তথা স্বাচ্ছন্দ্যৰে ভৰি পৰক।


Bihu Wishes Greetings


May Bihu bring prosperity and happiness to you and your family. Heartiest Bihu greetings!


Another Rongali Bihu is here. Let us banish our worries and mistakes and start afresh. Happy Bohag Bihu!


May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm; and may it help you bring happiness and prosperity to yourself and your loved ones. Heartiest Bihu greetings!


May the festival of Magh Bihu, fill your life with love and happiness. Here's extending my warm greetings and best wishes to you and your family.


May God shower you and your family with his choicest blessings on the auspicious day of Magh Bihu.

Assam song Bihu

Aeibeli bihuti ramoke jomoke

Oye nahor phool phulibor botor

Oye nahor phoolar gundhe paai

Lahorir tãtae naai

Oye gosokot bhaangi zaai zotor

Paak paak paak

Chontok moriyoni mazuli jonaak baat

Paak paak paak

Chontok moriyoni mazuli jonaak baat

Hey paak paak paak

Chontok moriyoni mazuli jonaak baat

Oye ifaale nesaabi xifaale maazote

Naasi thaak

Nasunot lagibo

Oye nasunot lagibo paak

Paak paak paak paake o

Nasunot lagibo

Nasunot lagibo

Nasunot lagibo paak...

Hey! Thank you!

Thank you for visiting our page! Hope you’ve liked our work. We are here to help you out in whatever way we can. Check out other titles and learn. Feel free to share our content with your friends and families. We are providing you information regarding Bihu Festival, Assam Song Bihu, Bihu Dance, Bihu Wishes Greetings, Bihu Wishes In Assamese, Bihu Meaning, Bihu Celebration, Bihu  Date, Bihu Celebration Instrument, Types Of Bihu


Regards, team.