- This festival is celebrated on the thirteenth day of April according to the solar calendar. Mostly famous in northern India, this festival commemorates the Rabi crop, when it's ready for harvesting. This auspicious day sees men, women attired in traditional yellow clothing and adorned in pretty jewelry. Conventional dances are performed and authentic cuisines such as Sarson Ka Sag, Makki Di Roti, Kheer and Gajak are prepared.
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