Odisha’s festivals are celebrated on a seasonal, religious and social basis. Many of these festivals are agricultural. Pregnancy is celebrated on the solstice of the month of Tula. The solstice falls in October in English. Pregnancy refers to the fetus. At this time of year, there is a paddy field in the womb of a paddy field. There is a saying that worshiping the branches of a pregnant tree at this time and burying it in the field yields a good harvest. The embryo is also called the anchoranti tree in some places. It has many medicinal properties. Farmers celebrate this day with determination. After bathing, the landlord and the farmer bring the branches of the womb and perform the rituals, bury them in the paddy fields, and pray for a good harvest. There is an agricultural saying on contraception – sowing before sowing, sowing before sowing. This means that by this time the rice plant is already pregnant.