Garo indigenous peoples celebrate Wangala harvest festival across the country particularly where they live in Dhaka, Gazipur, Mymensingh, Netrokona, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Sunamganj, Moulvibazar, Sylhet, Chittagong and Tangail districts. They give thanks to the God and Goddess, called Misi Saljong, also known as Pattigipa Ra’rongipa (Sun-God), for blessing the people with a rich harvest. Wangala is celebrated in the months from September to December. Garo people who were mainly dependent on agro-economy. Garo people do not use any agricultural products before thanking God of fertility Misi-Saaljong. Since the main occupation of Garo people in Bangladesh is farming and agriculture, they generally worship the Lord of farming and agriculture who bestows them with lots of blessings. The Wangala festival is therefore a grand Carnival to celebrate the harvest season.