Dwijing Festival is a premier and one of the most important festivals that is celebrated in Bodoland. Organised by Assam Tourism Department, Assam Tourism Development Corporation and Bodoland Tourism, Dwijing Festival is a 12-day annual festival held every year since its inception from 2016-2017. The festival was initially titled ‘Aie River Winter Festival’ where Aie is the river where on the banks of which the festival was conducted. The festival is conducted on the northern side of Hagrama Bridge near to the banks of river Aie. The name Aie River Winter Festival was changed to Dwijing Festival where Dwi means River and Zing means Bank in the local language. Aie river which is one of the main sources of water for people of Bodoland has its source from majestic mountains of the Himalayas from Bhutan where it flows down to Chirang and Bongaigaon districts. It is one…

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