Where Is Bihu Celebrated And When Is Lo कोट्टायम
Where Is Bihu Celebrated And When Is Lohi Festival Celebrated
The Bihu festival is celebrated in Assam thrice every year. It shows the change in season and comes with greater joy . In this festival people enjoy regardless of all barrier and come with enjoying every moment. The Assamese celebrate 3 time every year, Bohag Bihu which is celebrated in mid- April, then the Magh Bihu celebrated in mid-January and finally the Kati Bihuis which is celebrated in mid-October. The three of these depicts changes of three seasons, and they are spring,winter and autumn.
In Punjab, the breadbasket of India, wheat is the main winter crop. It is sown in October and harvested in March or April. In January, the fields come up with the promise of a golden harvest, and farmers celebrate this rest period before the cutting and gathering of crops, with a joyous festival called Lohri, which is the Bonfire Festival. In the morning, on Lohri day, children go from door to door singing songs and being rewarded with money and sweets. In the evening, with the setting of the sun, huge bonfires are lit and people gather around the rising flames. They circle the bonfire and throw in puffed rice and sing popular songs. After offerings are made to the bonfire, it is time for the lively and vigorous Bhangra dance, which is performed by the menfolk.
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Unethical use of social media,Continuation of hate on social media
Politics, issues and debate have their place. Consent and disagreement on politics on its own. But if the level of hatred on him starts increasing, then it is an 'alarming' situation for 'politics' as well as for 'society'. It is clearly seen on social media nowadays.While social media has created an opportunity for synergy and interaction between people, communities and issues, through this, efforts are also being made to spoil social harmony, incite violent activities, conduct abusive and fulfill petty interests. Now it is also being thought that the benefits are less, the disadvantages are more.
Like the mass media, the social media also has the power to exaggerate any message. But the biggest difference between the two is that the mass media is governed by laws relating to human harm and family laws So that it can be prevented from misusing its power.. But in the case of social media, this law is missing.
As we all know, fake videos or WhatsApp messages have played a major role in the recent incidents of mob beating, killing and rioting innocent people in India. If ,Media organizations such as NDTV, Star News, zee news are accountable to press laws. Similarly, Google, whatsapp and other social media forums should be brought under this ambit.
Due to this hatred, now a new pastime or say practice is going on in social media, which is called 'Boycott'. There is a question arising on 'nepotism' about the Sushant case, or the chance of release of any web-series and film or any communal issue. This 'Haters Gang' is continuously spreading the poison of Boycott.
Social media haters do not leave anyone. Then be it Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his partner Lalu Yadav, or artists like Shah Rukh Khan-Salman Khan-Aamir Khan. After the passing of the centuries, Tipu Sultan is again dragged into disputes and a campaign is launched against the school girls of Jammu and Kashmir who come to meet President Pranab Mukherjee.So far, many celebrities and leaders have become the subject of this boycott. Due to which some people have deleted their twitter accounts.
In the same way, false news is spread on social media by tampering with many facts related to fake news and history. This especially incites religious sentiments. Things are made communal by giving them a communal color. After which many groups come face to face. Many others pursue these issues by tweeting, re-tweeting and commenting. Social media was not developed for this purpose! It was to become a tool to usher in our shared power. It was meant to be a means to end the distance between us.
Finally, a question, can we afford to ignore all the negative incidents in the name of democracy, the free nature of the Internet and freedom of expression, which are born out of the uninterrupted and unreasonable use of social media?