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Bisu Parba
Bisu Kani.jpg
Bisu Kani at Puttur
Official nameBisu Parba
Observed byTuluvas
TypeReligious, Social
ObservancesBisu kani Bisu Parbo
Beginsdawn
Endsafter 24 hours
2021 dateThu, 15 April
2022 dateThu, 14 April
Related toSouth and Southeast Asian solar New Year

Bisu Parba is New Year and harvest festival of Tulunadu. It marks the first day of Paggu, which is the first month of Tulu calendar.[1][2] It always falls in the middle of April in the Gregorian calendar on 14 or 15 April every year.

Background

This is a key annual festival for people for Tulunadu. It is a form of worship of Nature. It is believed that this day is an auspicious day for the commencement of projects. The people of Tulunadu celebrate the Bisu festival as a symbol of prosperity of the year past and hoping to prosper throughout the upcoming year. This festival is known as Bisu Parba in Tulunadu.[3]

Celebrating

Suthye Dipuna
Suthye Dipuna

Get up early in the morning on the day of the feast and put it on the bed in the chamber of God or in the hall. Light the foot lamp and put it in two ends, keep banana leaves and placed one cup of rice, two betel leaves, one semi dehusked coconut with muganda, a bunch of Ixora coccinea (also known as jungle geranium Tulu: Kepula poo) stick of sandalwood, and wet the sandalwood which totally called suthye dipuna. In front of this suthye grown vegetables, flowers, hinges, fruits, gold ornaments, mirrors.

Blessings of the elder

To Prostrate and take blessing from elders in front of Bisukani
To Prostrate and take blessing from elders in front of Bisukani

All the householders pray together and worship God in front of Bisu Kani. Reconciliation with family members as well as relationships between seniors and juniors. The juniors receive the blessings of the elders on this occasion. Touching the feet of elders is an age-old Indian tradition that is considered to be a mark of respect as well as blessing. This gesture can be seen in almost all Tuluva families on this occasion. The elders of the house give money to all the minors and they enjoy the feast. Every year, it is a source of good fortune. As part of the Bisu festival, special worship is held in daivaradane chavadi, temples and the sacrificial festival of God. It is common to prepare and enjoy a traditional dish for this special day. Everybody has to go to every house and enjoy the food with the blessings of the elders. The owner of the house after putting the Bisu kaṇi (arrangement of fruits, vegetables) on the roof of the house.

Bisu Kani

The festivals in Tulunadu highlight the farmer's life and his affinity with the land he tills.[4] On the day of the feast, bed of wooden in the chamber of God, daiva or in the hall. Light the foot lamp and put it in two ends, banana leaves placed on floor or bed of wooden is accommodate one pot of water, one cup of rice,two betel leaves, one semi dehusked coconut(with muganda), a bunch of Ixora coccinea (also known as jungle geranium Tulu: Kepula poo) stick of sandalwood, and wet the sandalwood which totally called suthye dipuna. In front of this suthye grown vegetables, flowers, hinges, fruits, gold ornaments, mirrors. tenants were taking the grown vegetables to his boss (Tulu: Danikulu) such as brinjal, cucumber, sambar southe, pumpkin, ivy gourd, long yard beans, bottle gourd, okra, and fruits such as jackfruit, banana, cashew apple, jambu nerale, mango, pineapple. Arecanut and coconut, the part and parcel of local life, was also part of the Kani.[5]

Bisu Parba Recipe

Moode
Moode

On the occasion of Bisu people are resting at home and preparing special food for breakfast on the day which is mostly "Moode recipe" (English: Screw Pine) which is similar to Kadubu and "Uddina dōse recipe" (lentil dosa). For lunch, cashew nut and green gram curry (Bijata Kajipu), cucumber puli kajipu, Ivy gourd dry palya fries and Payaso is served with steamed boiled rice and other accompaniments. Prepare a Tuluva inspired brunch this "Bisu Parba" and enjoy with the members of the family.[6]

Kai Bittu Padune

Bisu parbo is auspious day for Tuluvas, so on this day morning they keep a side new paddy seeds.[7] In the evening sowing procedure is carried out on the chin(Tulu:Puṇi) of field. Put the paddy seed on the side of the mulch and shade it with Aporosa villosa (Tulu: Saroli) leaves. And tenants take permission for continuing the practice of planting the following year.[8]

References

  1. ^ "Souramaana Yugaadi, Bisu Parba, Vishu and Tamil New Year". Raveesh Kumar. 13 April 2009. Retrieved 10 August 2021.
  2. ^ Apr 14, TNN. "Mangalore: Bisu Parba, Solar New Year, was celebrated with traditional gaiety | Mangaluru News". The Times of India. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Bisu Parba celebrated with traditional pomp, gaiety". Deccan Herald. 14 April 2018. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  4. ^ ತುಳುವೆರೆ ಬಿಸು ಪರ್ಬ, 13 April 2008
  5. ^ "Bisu Parba – traditional ceremony observed with pomp and gaiety". mangaloretoday.com. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  6. ^ Matt, Suprabha S. "Celebrate Bisu Parba With Tulunadu Inspired Appealing Brunch Menu". Archana's Kitchen. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  7. ^ Tulunadina Sasya Janapada by B Shivarama Shetty PHD, Mangaluru University, 1992 P.240
  8. ^ Shenoy, Jaideep (15 April 2018). "Guttu Mane helps people relive fervour of Bisu Parba". The Times of India. Retrieved 10 August 2021.
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