Assam Deori Tribe Food Tour + BEST Deori BIHU Dance + RICE WINE ( Assam Ethnic/Tribal Food Series )

So we are here at Kolowloa Deori village today. Deori is one of the big communities of Assam. It is a tribal community. So we are here today at Indeswar Deori’s place. So from here he will lead you. Namaskar.
-Namaskar. Thank you for giving us this opportunity to visit your house. How many years have you been living here? I was born here . So you were born here. Yes. The name of this village is Kolowlowa.
-Kolowlowa Deori Village. The Deori community is in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh as well. In both the states.
-Yes. And at which places they are there in Assam? In Assam they are in the Lakhimpur district. in Dhemaji District In Shivsagar district, in Jorhat district. In Dibrugarh district In Tinsukia district The Deori community is resides in seven to eight districts. They are an indigenous tribe of Assam. It can be said that the word Deori comes from the word God. Deori are the ones who follow the highest divine traditions. So Deoris are those who follow the instructions of God. This is a shrine of the Deori tribe. In this shrine… Every year or rather every month the Deori community performs puja in this temple. And they sacrifice goose, chicken and goat in this place. And by doing so they think that throughout the year, they will all be happy. They believe this It is known as the Chang ghar.
-Yes Chang Ghar. In this Chang Ghar Now a days the existence of Chang Ghar has declined. Ten years ago all the Deori people lived in these Chang Ghars. And living in these Chang Ghar is fun. Deori people build the Chang Ghar because they reside beside the river. That is why when floods happen The flood water flows below the houses. Okay that’s the reason why the houses are made in such a raised manner. So that if flood comes the water will flow beneath. What shall we see now? Bihu dance. Deori Bihu dance. Is it different from the dance forms… The Deori Bihu dance is different from the dance forms of other Assamese communities. ‘Traditional folk song’ We call this Bati
-Yes. Kahan Bati. But its colour is quite different. Its brownish. This is totally pure. Its nice. What is called? This is called the Rohi. In Deori you call it Rohi? We call it Haaz, Mod and Rohi. What is called in Deori language?
-It is called Chuze. This is very strong. The womenfolk also drinks this. All the ladies here drink it. Who drinks the most among them all? She drinks the most. How is it?
-Its good.
-It seems as if we are having wine. How is it?
-Very crisp and crunchy. This is called the Ghulguli. We have rice, Black gram Fish and chicken Let’s start. What is this plate of yours called? It is called Baan Kahin. And this one is known as Paati Kahin. Baan Kahin and Pati Kahin. If you eat in this Baan Kahin…
-You don’t have to bend much. All the elderly people in our Deori community are served food in this plate. It is for respect. Ya respect is a thing and also… So that they can have their food comfortably.
-Practical reasons. While eating in a plate, they have to bend much In this they can have it easily. It is very tasty. The country chicken has a distinct flavour of its own. In this you have added turmeric and pepper. Just that. Yes and nothing else. It is consumed together along with the rice. This seems to be much more stronger than that. That too in taste only. The one that is fermented for long is much more strong.
-Yes. This is of rice?
-Yes. This one has a sharp taste. Every place we have been to. When you travel to places Where ever we have been, the taste of rice beer has differed. The taste, name and colours differ Every parameter varied from Lower Assam to Upper Assam. This is a very enriching experience. Where ever we have been in the whole of Assam The food that we have eaten at people’s home It is a different experience. We haven’t had such a wonderful experience We have been to so many places in India but such experience is unprecedented. The tamul or betel nut is given to all pot meal. To all those who are willing. Now Before departing. Let’s enjoy ourselves. Let’s enjoy with song and dance. After that we will bid goodbye. Come. Folk song. Thank you for inviting us home. Thank you from us as well. And please visit our place as well.
-Sure we will.

70 thoughts on “Assam Deori Tribe Food Tour + BEST Deori BIHU Dance + RICE WINE ( Assam Ethnic/Tribal Food Series )

  1. Fun fact: All the communities shown in this channel are sister tribes. So Rabha, Deori and Tiwa are related to each other. In fact tiwa and deori language are 90% same. Bishnu Prasad Rabha once said that Tiwas and Deoris are same tribe with different name

  2. Such a lovely village and such nice people. Hear so many horror stories out of Assam. This is very refreshing in contrast!

  3. เค†เคช เค˜เคฐเฅ‹ เค•เคพ เคตเฅ€เคกเคฟเคฏเฅ‹ เคซเฅ‚เคก เคฎเคค เคฌเคจเคพเค“

  4. Anubhav, hello from CHICAGO. Namaskar bandhu, look, I discovered Delhi food walks from Food ranger channel. When you took Trevor around Delhi for food tour. I wanted to take the time to really thank you and your Team to take a very innovative approach and exploring deeper secondary and tertiaries towns/villages. What a way to bring attention to Indiaโ€™s diversity in culture. I grew up in Asansol, Bengal and I live vicariously through you when you VLOG and eat your way through the country. Thank you for staying true to glorious street food of Incredible India. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

  5. Seriously or kisi videos me ita maza nhi ata or na hi knowledge milte… hu ma apka………god bless you sir

  6. Beautiful video Anubhav. Thanks for beautifully capturing and showing Assamese culture. Its a treat to your viewers.

  7. Anubhav beta tum Jo ye youtube ke jariye apni Sanskriti logo tak faila rahe ho is ke liye tume tahedilse sukriya..

  8. , picturesque place and yummy food.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ. The deori host spoke so well. Excellent vedio. Happy diwali to delhi food walks.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  9. Keep bringing such unique experiences DFW team. We need more videos about unexplored places of North East. You are doing a great job ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  10. Loved everything about this vlog, I believe this is the way a vlog should be. This one had a good grasp of what Assam is and its people are about.
    Vlog such as this is much more valuable than the just-food. Hope you'll be inspired to do more videos like this and share them with the world.

  11. I really appreciate your videos and work you done for us, I feel proud to be your channel's subscriber๐Ÿ‘.
    I learn lots of things about our Indian food, culture, different tribes we have, it is only possible due to watching your fully informative videos. I really thanks you for your channel, and you will show us lots of things in your future videos ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

  12. Seeing these ppl so happy.. just wonder how hollow our urban life have become where we run after money every day wondering it would make us happy.. but reality is different

  13. we are different..may be we are mini India.. in our own terms may be consider ourselves as assamese but our religion,traditions differs …tribe to tribe but one common trend is there is bihu.

  14. Sir, AAP tho itna rice beer pee rahe ho ki mann kar raha he me bhi beer try karu
    Meh ab tak non alcoholic hun๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  15. The comments by everyone is making me feel so nice….Deori community was not featured before anywhere in any channel…all thanx to bhaskar bhuyan who connected me to indreswar deori da n his village…n i could take anubhav n rahul to kololuwa deori gaon….

  16. Was good
    Person was nice and of warming Nature.

    If possible, make some longer.


  17. Amazing dance. ..and amazing people's ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  18. Excellent coverage of Deori tribe and their culture. Their food and hospitality was amazing. I could actually experience those emotions and joy emanating from eating food with the members.

  19. Anubhab ji pichhle 4-5 episode me ye kya ho raha hai.aap city ke shop me ghum ke jo food walls karte ho bho achha lagta hai

  20. All your episode are so authentic and main thing is that you always give priority to the content not hosting…. By the way I invite you to my beautiful state Odisha on behalf of all odia people…. lots of authentic dishes you can find here.. in our Lord Jagannath Temple there are 56 type rare & pure dishes served to our Lord Jagannath.. thank you ๐Ÿ™

  21. Hi Anubhav, enjoy your passion for food and culture and how itโ€™s shared with viewers. Love to see your vlog on Mussoorie from your point of view. Doing great service to NRIs. Rafik – Chicago

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