Muhaan works directly with rural communities in a community tourism model to create authentic tourism experiences that incorporate their unique livelihood patterns and raw culture. Each place has its own unique story and it can be carefully brought out by involving all aspects of the community.
The highlight of the “Annual Harvest Festival” is the ‘Kholey Dai Celebrations’ which involves the harvesting of rice. Rice is an integral part of our daily meals and life, here the visitors will be allowed to have a glimpse as well as participate in the production of rice.
In Parengtar the visitors will reside with the villagers, allowing them to taste the local flavours of the village steeped in authenticity and culture. Parent's traditional art and craft forms will be presented, allowing visitors a better understanding of the village and its residents.
Glimpses into the everyday lives of the residents are presented through folk storytelling sessions conducted alongside a bonfire, and hikes across Parengtar’s stunning landscape as well as their local games.
The festival also hopes to introduce Nepali folk music to the visitors through enthralling music performances, by artists who have been invited from across Darjeeling and Kalimpong districts.
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