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Wedding auspicious day will you get married on July 5, 2018

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

if love can be illusory and platonic, then marriage is realistic, then bravely give each other a happy wedding. So this issue of the old yellow calendar will take you to understand whether July 5, 2018 is suitable for marriage? Will you get married on May 22, 2018?


Thursday, July 5, 2018, may (small) 22, 2018, Chonglong (Renchen) Shabei. The God of happiness is southeast, the God of blessing is northeast, and the God of wealth is due north. [appropriate] move, start business, get married, get a residence permit, start engagement, bury, start school, ask for heirs, go to office, break the ground, pray and sacrifice, lift the engagement, open the city, accept money, accept livestock, cut clothes, marry, accept mining, migrate, plant vegetarian rituals, ask for money and recruit a son-in-law [avoid] From the results of the old yellow calendar, we can see that today's appropriate medium is marked with marriage, so this day is suitable for marriage. The historical evolution of


Weddings: in the system of Tang and Song Dynasties, the male is married in coronal clothes for more than four grades, the male is married in jubian clothes for more than nine grades, and the common people are married in Jianggong clothes. The woman married in a ceremonial dress or even clothes. Tang people inherited the ancient wedding tradition and held their wedding in the evening. On the other hand, the nomadic customs of the Northern Dynasty still remain, such as urging women to get on the bus, brides to ride the saddle, playing new sons-in-law, wedding music, etc. Wedding in the Sui and Tang Dynasties began with colorful lights hanging high and jubilant. The wedding clothes of the Southern Song and Ming Dynasties formed fengguanxia phi. For weddings after the Sui and Tang Dynasties in the Northern Dynasty, due to the entry of the Manchu and Qing Dynasties, the Han people were shaved and easy to wear. At the same time, they also accepted the "ten no's" proposal of Jin Zhijun, a legacy Minister of the Ming Dynasty. One of them is "official and marriage don't follow", that is, the marriage customs follow the tradition of the Han nationality. Therefore, the wedding service system of the Han nationality in the Qing Dynasty is still the same as that in the Ming Dynasty.

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