Sama Chakeba: the festivals of immortal love

From this Sixth-day of Kartik Lunar Festival of immortal love “Sama-Chakeba” starts in the whole Mithila Kingdom. This festival is directed by the story and formulate mentioned in the Hindu mythologies and Upanishad which have unified Mithila Community for last thousand years. This festival held on Sixth-day of Kartik Lunar up to full moon of Kartik (Kartik purnima).

In this festival chiefly sister use to make different Portraits of Sama Family like Sama-Chakeba, Chugala, Dholiya, Batagmani & others members & split the portraits putting on the knee and broken limbs of those portraits are thrown to the cultivated land.. In the every night sisters use to play by performing drama, dance singing songs & other activities which will be concluded to Purnima nighttime. This festival provides entertainment as well as a sweet relation between brother and sister like Raksha Bandhan, Bhaitika.

2 Responses

  1. sunil ji,

    its great work.
    thanks to all AIMSA bangalore chapter members.

  2. “मधेशी युवा एकता” जिन्दाबाद। मधेशी युवा सब एक जुट होऊ।

    1857 – This includes districts such as Banke, Bardia, Kailali and Kanchanpur, collectively known as Naya Muluk (the new country); this is the territory Nepal regained in 1857, forty-two years after it was annexed by the British.Geographically, Madhesh covers the whole of the southern Nepal plains, including my hometown in the eastern part, which is populated by so-called Pahades like me . But ethnically, the region is constituted by about ten districts in the central-southern Terai. This includes districts such as Banke, Bardia, Kailali and Kanchanpur, collectively known as Naya Muluk (the new country); this is the territory Nepal regained in 1857, forty-two years after it was annexed by the …

    मधेशके िमट्टीकी कसम

    िफर से कह दो एक बार इन्िकलाब

    “स्वतन्त्र तराई राज्य ” एक मधेश एक प्रदेश

    …….जय मधेश !!! जय मधेश …….जय मातृभूमि…….जय मातृभूमि

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