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Saumya Shanker 13h
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Dåbit Aug 17
In need of a motha fucken massage 😭
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General Knowledge Apr 6
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Ranju Ahom Apr 13
HAPPY BIHU TO RESPECTED PM JI 🙏.This Cute little girl is a big fan of Modi Ji and sends love and heartful greetings.Also wish to see PM Modi taking oath again in May from Rastrapati Bhawan...
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Tarun ཡེཨར་ཨོཕ༹་མོནཀ Jan 15
Assam's dance being performed at Kalahandi Utsav, Odisha . The public absolutely loved it. The unity of this nation is in its diversity.
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Manas Apr 17
Traditional Dress is 🔥❤️ 😉
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Dimpy Bora Apr 21
My little ones learning in their activity class :) This is Class Oomolaghar. They will be dancing with their family members in our School’s Mukoli Bihu coming up shortly. Today is the first day at school after hols and nobody is in a mood to study 💃🏼
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Godman Chikna Apr 6
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VinSin Feb 6
I was attending a wedding today where Gujjus were ruling the stage with Garba... So I made the groom side play Bihu songs on the DJ and made the Gujjus dance Bihu 😝 me aye ho toh karna padega😏
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Supriya Bhardwaj Apr 13
From to , from to and ... It’s celebration time !!! Happy ...
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Suresh Prabhu Apr 14
Happy Rongali to all.
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Vasundhara Raje Apr 14
Greetings on the occasion of Bohag Bihu, the Assamese New Year. May everyone be blessed with good health and happiness.
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Rajan Naidu Apr 13
Wishing one and all a very Happy Tamil New Year ❤. I am missing my goddess's tweet wish today. Every year today she used to wish all her fans. ☹
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Avinash Pande Jan 14
Wish you all a very , & . May the festive season bring in new hopes, dream and positivity for you and your family.
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Godman Chikna Apr 6
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Dr. Jury Sharma Bordoloi Apr 13
's spring festival “Rongali ” celebrated in the middle of April as the beginning season of agriculture. The farmers prepare the fields for cultivation of Paddy, while the women make Pitha, Larus & Jolpan (Traditional Food). Wishing all a very Happy
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Arnab Apr 13
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Priya Dutt Apr 14
As we joyfully celebrate the festivals of and and welcome the harvest season, may we also remember our farmers and wish them everything that this season is meant to bring.
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Manimugdha Sharma Apr 7
Comrades, it is Bihu time. And I am playing the gogona (Jew's harp) of my cousin Pooja.
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प्रेम 🍂🍁 Apr 6
Replying to @PremYadav
"Beauty of Indic culture" New year starts when the nature is in the process of blooming. Every plant and tree is full of new leaves, flowers and fruits.
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