- Baresohoriya Bhaona is a 200-year-old drama festival held every 5 years at Jamugurihat, a small town in Sonitpur District, Assam.
- The festival was first held in 1797-98.
- Baresohoriya Bhaona has changed a lot in the 220 years since its inception, when Hukai Dekagiri first organised it at Raghudoloni-Pothar (paddy field) of the village Pasigaon in present day Jamugurihat of Assam in 1797.
- This festival is celebrated every five years on the full moon day of Chot (usually in March or April) as per the Assamese Calendar. Recently however, locals have agreed to celebrate this event on the full moon day of Fagoon (usually in February or March) to avoid conflict with the April Bordoichila ("thunderstorm").