Assam aims for Guinness World Record with Largest Gathering of Bihu Dancers at Rongali Bihu Event on April 14!

Assam, a state known for its rich cultural heritage and festivals, is gearing up for one of its most celebrated events - Rongali Bihu. This year, the state government is taking the celebrations to new heights by attempting to create a world record for the largest gathering of Bihu dancers. With over 11,000 participants expected to take part, this year's Rongali Bihu promises to be a spectacle like no other.
Rongali Bihu, also known as Bohag Bihu, marks the beginning of the Assamese New Year and is celebrated in mid-April every year. This vibrant festival is characterized by cultural programs, traditional music, dance performances, and feasts. Bihu dance is an essential part of the festival, and people of all ages participate in it with great enthusiasm.

The Assam government's decision to attempt a world record for the largest gathering of Bihu dancers is a significant step towards promoting Assamese culture and tradition on a global platform. It is also a testament to the state government's commitment to preserving and promoting the state's cultural heritage.

To make this event a grand success, the government has been working tirelessly to ensure that all the arrangements are in place. The event will be held at the Sonaram Field in Guwahati, and elaborate arrangements are being made to accommodate the large number of participants and spectators. The government has also set up a dedicated helpline for participants to register and seek assistance.
The attempt to create a world record for the largest gathering of Bihu dancers is an excellent opportunity for people to come together and celebrate Assamese culture. It is a moment of pride for the state, and the government's efforts to make it a grand success are highly commendable. This event will undoubtedly put Assam on the world map and give a significant boost to tourism in the state.

In conclusion, the upcoming Rongali Bihu event in Assam promises to be an unforgettable experience, with the attempt to create a world record adding to the festivities. This is an event that all Assamese people and those who love Assamese culture should be proud of and should not miss. So, mark your calendars for April 14, and join in the celebration of Assam's rich cultural heritage.