On the occasion of Republic day, Assam’s traditional Moh Juj (buffalo fight) was organised at Changsaki Pathar, Nagaon district on Tuesday. However, this buffalo fight was unique in its own way.
For centuries, buffalo fights have been an integral event in paving the way for holding Assam’s traditions. But it seems the audience was not pleased enough with just buffaloes fighting, which explains why later two members of the audience too joined started fighting. All in good spirit, of course.
The Moh Juj (buffalo fight) is an old tradition and event that is held every year in Changsaki Pathar of Nagaon district. It is worth mentioning that thousands of people flock to see the buffalo fight. Even this year, a large number of people gathered to watch the Moh Juj (buffalo fight).
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