Losar Festival Images For Students And Children: Losar festival is celebrated to commemorate the advent of the New Year. It is the Ladakhi or Tibetan New Year. Considered as the most important of all Buddhist festivals, Losar is celebrated across two weeks during the month of January or February according to the Gregorian calendar. The festival is marked with ancient rituals, stage fights between good and evil, chanting and passing through the crowds with fire torches.
Losar Festival Images For Students And Children
The Losar Festival also called as the New Year Festival and is the most important festivals celebrated in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India.
Losar is celebrated by the Monpas who forms the major portion of population in Tawang Arunachal Pradesh.
This part of population commemorates the advent of the New Year, for about 8 to 15 days. Festival of Losar is the time when the Monpas enjoy the time with high festive spirit and prepares for merry making and feasting together with friends and relatives.
People at Tawang do lots of preparations for this most awaited festival, Monpas used to clean their houses and discard all old and unused items to ward off all evil things from life and escort wellness and prosperity of the family.
Time to Celebrate
The festival of Losar falls in the end of February or early March and is celebrated for 8 – 15 days.