Held at Diglipur, this celebration highlights the advancements that occurred in the country ranges & showed the everyday rural life of these islands. It held in January or February. Nicobarese dance performed by Nicobarese who live in the Island of Car Nicobar. Among the various captivating tribal gatherings that occupy the islands of Andaman & Nicobar. Nicobarese is the leading tribe who lived in disengagement and had one of a kind customary tribal ways. They are not even remotely affected by current human advancement & instruction.
Bright tribal celebrations still seen in the Nicobar Islands. The Nicobarese dance performed between the “Ossuary Feast or the Pig Festival”, which devoted to the withdrew leader of the gang. The event saw with great night dancing in the full moonlight, under waving coconut palms. The artists, wearing coconut fronds, step effortlessly in time, to customary tunes. The gala trailed by a pig battle in the morning.
Block Mela celebrates at Diglipur in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The celebration attracts regard for the provincial improvement in the island. Among this occasion, different parts of rural lives in these ranges are in plain view
How to Reach Andaman and Nicobar Islands
By Air: Veer Savarkar International Airport or Port Blair Airport is the primary air terminal interfacing these islands with different parts of the world. Standard flights for Port Blair from principal Indian cities like Chennai, Cochin, Vishakhapatnam, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, and Delhi. From Port Blair, travelers can take ships to come to the Andamans.
By Sea: The Andaman can also come via ocean course however it’s a period consuming experience. From Kolkata & Chennai, three to four boats travel each month to Port Blair & the other way around. Also, a ship sails from Vishakhapatnam to once every month. Therefore, The ocean experience takes around 52 to 62 hrs.