Tribal festival goes with Dandari Diwali, know about it
Tribal festival goes with Dandari Diwali, know about it

Districts on the northern bank of the Godavari river in Telangana are famous for great ethnic diversity. About half a dozen tribal communities - Gonds, Thotis, Pardhans, Kolams, Ands and Nayakpads - live there in coexistence conditions and all tribes except the last celebrate the Dandari festival for more than a week in the Diwali season. The main community of dandari is the Gonds. An observation was made in many Gond villages such as Indravelli and Keslapur in Utnur of Adilabad and presented before the people and scholars.

Some people in the Gond settlements, including those who want to be children or fulfilltheir boon, have reported to Patel (Headman) and Akad Rothor (cultural property heritage of Dandari festival). The second confirms the number of gussadi as per the availability of the gussadi with him and the optimists need to be gussadi for three or five years according to religious responsibility. The poric-gussadi assistants found gussadi things to carry throughout the festival. Young people should decorate themselves like young women to become poric.

Porik Gussadi is adorned with a 1,500 feathers with a regular helmet, known as the Singaral Topi, also known as the Maljalina Bura (Peacock-Feather Hat). Kohls (wild goat horns) decorated the front, which has lately received sparkling circular pieces. Veilo codel is a wooden female mask and wears porik while dancing. Makkamalli Jori is a gussadi man's bag for his essential skin. Gussadis and Poric have many musical instruments, such as Gugumela, Farrah, Dapdi, Dol, Tudum, Vette, Pepre (Sannai), Calicom and Chachay Colas.

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