Believed to be the first settlers of Assam, the Bodo tribes today are found in Udalguri and Kokrajhar of Assam and parts of West Bengal and Nagaland. If you’re keen to hunt the normal colors of the Bodo people, then visit North East during the time of the Baishagu Festival, dedicated to Lord Shiva (locally referred to as Bathou), which is widely known during the spring season every year. Further, the Bodo tribes are meat-eating people and hence MY FELLOW NON – VEG travelers, just awaken the carnivorous nature in you and check out out some unique preparation of pork and fish. What else to experience? Weaving is one among the foremost intrinsic a part of Bodo culture and hence you’ll buy some handloom products.