At a glance :
Region : India's northern eastern part
Attractive Tourist Spots : Tea gardens, tribes and wildlife
Capital City : Dispur
Perfect Visiting Time : Entire year
This tribe of Assam state is another part of the huge Boro Kachari, during the thirteenth or fourteenth century, people of Tiwas tribe used to stay close to Boro Kachari's capital, it is located as Dimapur. Unknowingly huge numbers of tribe went down to Kamrpur, Nowgong and Lakhimpur plains. Tiwas tribe's religion is similar to Boro Kacharis tribe. These tribals also follow Poly demonism's culture. Pha is Tiwas tribe's primitive god, the meaning of this word is father. They considered Pha as nothing but great Lord Shiva. As per other tribes or rather as per India's very region, Tiwas also includes some festivals, many religious functions and Pujas. The Sagramichowa and Changkhing are 2 religious Pujas, which are linked to fertility and spring.
You will get to see majority of Tiwas population in the Nowgong district. As per the occupation in village, Boro Kacharis are better than Lalungs. Women of this tribe are known as god weavers. You won't find bright difference among the Lalung village and Boro Kachari. The folk women have major respect within the Tiwas society.