The celebrations celebrated in the Kumaon locale of Uttarakhand have their own particular appeal and spell over its visitors. Discussing one such celebration that is commended in the Pithoragarh District is Kangdali. This celebration falls between the periods of August and October and is commended in the Chaundas Valley at regular intervals alongside the sprouting of the Kangdali plant.
The ones who foresee for this favorable celebration the most are the Rung Tribals of Pithoragarh District. This neighborhood celebration was last held in 2011 where the clans remember the annihilation of Zorawar Singh's armed force which assaulted the territory in the late nineteenth Century.
Kangdali Festival is a celebration held by the Rung clan of the Pithoragarh locale of Uttarakhand state in India. This celebration matches with the sprouting of the Kandali plant, which blooms once at regular intervals. It is held in the Chaundas Valley amongst August and October. It praises the thrashing of Zorawar Singh's armed force, which assaulted this zone from Ladakh in 1841.