Sarhul Traditional Stories - Nature Related


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Sarhul festival is a festival in Jharkhand which has a really pomp and show nature. Many stories are associated with it. You will be reading more stories before and after this one. This is the second traditional story associated with it.

One day a Lutkum (tribal) old man told a Lutkum woman (his wife) that she must decorate herself and do the make up with such a flower which does not die or wither even when it dries up.

The old woman found out that there is only one flower which does not die even when it dries up and that is the flower of the Sakhua tree. Then she decorated herself with the Sakhua flowers and also her house with the flowers of the Sakhua tree.

Both of them became very happy seeing this and then they celebrated it. This then later was called as Sarhul festival. You may read some more stories catching the links given below and easily enjoy reading all of them.


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