The State Government has declared restricted holiday on Bhogali Bihu Uruka, which falls on January 13. Bhogali Bihu falls in the local month of 'Magh' during mid-January. The first day is known as Uruka, and the main day is referred to as Bhogali Bihu or Magh Bihu. This festival marks the end of the harvesting season. Different tribes and communities of people celebrate this festival. People begin the day by gathering at a temple and offered prayers, recited mantras, and beat up the drums. They also took a walk around the bonfire. The villagers make bamboo huts called 'Bhelaghor' or community kitchen where they begin with the preparations for the festival.