The festivals celebrated in the Kumaon district of Uttarakhand have their own particular appeal and spell over its travelers. Discussing one such celebration that is praised in the Pithoragarh District is Kangdali. This celebration falls between the long stretches of August and October and is praised in the Chaundas Valley at regular intervals alongside the blossoming of the Kangdali plant. The ones who envision 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 region in the late nineteenth Century.
One may discover a few folklores that take after the festival of this favorable celebration. The one that is famously heard and sanctioned in the celebration is that when the towns close-by Pithoragarh were being burglarized by the warriors who were en route neighboring the Kali River, they found a safeguard spot in the Kangdali plants. At the point when the ladies having a place with the town endeavored to repulse the fighters, similar plants wound up being pulverized and evacuated.