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Delhi Rongali Bihu on April 20

Delhi Rongali Bihu on April 20

Rongali Bihu celebration will be held in New Delhi on April 20 at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi from 4 pm onwards. The event is being organised by Assam Association Delhi. Rongali Mela with handloom & handicraft exhibition, ethnic food, programme by by Manas Robin etc. will be the main attractions of this year's event.

Bihu dance competition will be held at Srimanta Sankaradeva Bhawan, New Delhi on April 18.

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