12-07-2017 07:33 AM
Chalo loku means.harvest festival that is celebrated in the month of October-November annually; right after the harvest of the paddy field, and before the start of the new Jhum cultivation. The festival got its name from three words: Cha meaning paddy; Lo, which means season, and Loku, which means festival. It lasts for three days, with the first called Phamlamja, the second day is Chamkatja and the third and final day is called Thanlangja. The highlight of the festival is the rice bear, which is prepared specially for this day.