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How to spend the 13th lunar new year in 2021? What are the taboos and customs

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

in the long historical accumulation, different regions in China have formed their own different customs. Each place has its own stress, and there will be different customs to avoid during the new year. Then, on the 13th day of the lunar new year, how will all parts of China spend this particularly important day? Let's take a look at the next article.


how to celebrate the 13th day of the first lunar month in 2021? There is no unified law in all places, but people in many areas will eat dumplings. When cooking dumplings, because it floats on the water after boiling, it is very beautiful, reminiscent of a bright moon hanging in the clouds. The bright moon in the sky and the glutinous rice balls in the bowl symbolize the auspicious reunion. Therefore, eating Tangyuan expresses people's love for family reunion. The survey also shows that Chinese people's inheritance and love of traditional festivals is also a love of Chinese culture. Eat yuanxiao to have a different taste. It is said that this day is the birthday of the sea dragon king. On this day every year, fishermen will hold various forms of sea sacrifice activities to pray for good weather and a good harvest of fisheries throughout the year. According to traditional customs, offerings have already been arranged on the offering table, including pig head, carp, big steamed bread, etc. In front of the offering table, people burned incense and paper and paid homage to the sea one after another. The deafening sound of firecrackers rang through the world, and the bright fireworks pinned people's good expectations for the new year. It is a traditional custom for Chinese fishermen to set off sea lanterns on the 13th of the first month. According to Zhuanghe folklore, the 13th of the first month is the birthday of the goddess of the sea. In some areas in the south, there are different versions of July 15 and March 23. Local fishermen and villagers follow the traditional customs of arranging sacrifices on the shore, lighting fireworks and firecrackers, and putting beautifully made boat lights filled with blessings into the sea to pray for smooth sailing, happiness and peace.


when is the 13th day of the first month in 2021? Wednesday, February 24, 2021 (small) the 13th day of the first month belongs to Niu [Yi]. The son-in-law starts drilling, repairs, decorates, plants, prays for blessings, goes to the office for sacrifice, removes the need for medical treatment, buries, breaks the earth, recruits superfluous things, asks for money, buries, houses, clothes and herds [taboo] Move into the house, move out of the fire, migrate, separate, buy property, accept mining, travel, get married, accept livestock, get engaged, travel, marry and open the pool

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