Sumi tribe (Nagaland, NE India) traditional post-harvest festival, signifies the celebration of the seasons harvest’s thanksgiving.
Named after Bon Dalien Tholus - Khmer (Cambodia) festival at the end of the rice harvest (January – February).
Named after Erntedanktag/Erntedankfest Planum - Harvest thanksgiving festival in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (in September – October).
Udmurt (Volga-Ural Region, Russia) agricultural festival after the spring sowing (June).
Ancient Roman festival to honor Liber and Libera, deities of the vine, worshiped, along with Ceres as fertility gods, held on March 17.
Hopi (SW USA) ritual ending the katsina (spiritual beings) season, celebrates the katsinas’ return to their spiritual home in July and their part in the blossoming of plant life.
Gaelic festival at the end of the harvest season. It was observed in Ireland and Scotland during 7 days in October and November, nearly halfway between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice.
Garo people (Meghalaya and Assam states, NE India, and Bangladesh) post-harvest three-day festival that marks the end of the agricultural year (in November).
Albanian festival marking the first day of the eggplant harvest.