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The King also apologised to the community and issued a decree engraved on a copper plate to prohibit the cutting of Khejarli trees and hunting of animals within and near Bishnoi villages forever.
Nuakhai is celebrated People across Western Odisha on 11.09.21. Nuakhai is celebrated by offering porridge prepared from new paddy crop (Nabanna) to the Goddess Samaleswari, the presiding deity of western Odisha, to seek blessings for a bumper harvest.
The agrarian festival is observed on the fifth day of the lunar fortnight and the day after Ganesh Chaturthi on Hindu Bhadrapada month. On the auspicious occasion, family members and relatives join for a get-together with a feast to mark the day.
The younger members of the family seek the blessings of the elder ones by offering ‘Nuakhai Juhar’.