Like previous year, this year too the people of Bhutepuwa area near Bhaghmara in Baksa district of Assam celebrating Doul Mahotsav which starts from 27th March with a 5 days colourful programme.

The historic 121-year-old Doul Mahotsav organised by the ‘ Bhutepuwa Bari Doul Uddjapan Samitti‘ at Sri Sri Narasingha Kirtanghar in the district.

This Mahotsav fills the hearts of all the people of Baska with fervour and colour. Holigeets are performed on all of these days. These folk songs are the compositions in praise of Lord Krishna. There will be various programme will be held on these days.

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Meanwhile, Ranjit Kumar Dass sang holi song at Pathsala during a function held at Azad Bhawan.

Doul festival is a famous festival in India. Apart from the rest of the country it is also colourfully celebrated by the people of Assam.

During this festival, the people of the area forget their sorrows and agonies and celebrate this festival with traditional gaiety and enthusiasm.

Doul Utsav is also called ‘holi’ or ‘Fakuwa’. In the month of ‘phagun’, the spring comes, the world is filled with the green leaves of the trees, the flowers bloom, birds use to sing sweet songs, the gentle wind blows with fragrance and everything of this world changes into a different one.The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha and Krishna. It also signifies the triumph of good over evil. 

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