Kongali Bihu is otherwise called Kati Bihu as it falls on the Assamese month of Kati. It falls in mid-October and is the Bihu of less cheer. This Bihu is described with a sentiment gravity as the storage facilities are relatively unfilled amid this season. On this Bihu, individuals light earthen lights before tulsi plant, the storage facility, plant and the paddy fields. The steers are likewise bolstered with pithas.
Kati or Kongali Bihu has an alternate flavor as there is less joy and the air has a feeling of compel and seriousness. Individuals adore the gods for a rich collect; it is devoted to the love of Goddess Lakshmi who is the container of riches to mortals. Kati Bihu marks the culmination of sowing and transplanting of paddies.