How about the lunar calendar on January 14, 2021? Is it an auspicious day
is one of the traditional Chinese lunar festivals. People are still very busy and full on this day. On this day, people will also refer to the popular perpetual calendar to choose a good time to do the right thing. Next, let's learn about the Yellow calendar on the 14th day of the first month through the article. How about the lunar calendar on January 14, 2021? Lunar calendar on January 14, 2021 (lunar calendar) Gregorian calendar Thursday, February 25, 2021 Pisces (Gregorian calendar) [what's appropriate for today's old lunar calendar] wedding party, relatives and friends set up a bed and herd [what's taboo for today's old lunar calendar] move Legislative bond transaction Migration market opening Groundbreaking Burial and separation auspicious gods should tend to: guarding the sun, tianwu, Ford, Liuyi, Jintang, golden chamber, Tianfu, Tiangui, Tiancai, Luku, prosperous day, ferocious spirits should avoid: disgusting, swaggering, jiukong, jiukan and Jiujiao, Furi, Tiangou, Trojan horse killing, dead fish, earth plague, Customs on the 14th day of the first month 1. From the afternoon of the 14th day of the first month, From toddlers to 12-year-old children, they hold a thread in their hands, pull a hairy rabbit lamp, hold the hands of adults, and run all over the street. Candles are lit on the belly of the rabbit to shine the white rabbit. At this time, candles are lit in every room of every family, commonly known as "Jianjian Ying", to greet the God of wealth. At the same time, in the evening, every family lit the "long night light" from the evening to the next morning. 2. On the 14th day of the first month, in order to prepare for the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, people and the imperial court will build lamp sheds, hang lanterns and do some preview activities of entertainment programs to become "test lights" to welcome the annual Lantern Festival. As for the vendors selling lanterns on the market, they have long prepared all kinds of lanterns to sell and become a "lamp market".
how about the fourteenth day of the first month? The fourteenth day of the first month of the lunar calendar is one of the traditional Chinese lunar festivals. On the 14th day of the first month, Chinese folk activities include drinking bright eye soup, trying lanterns, eating bad soup, worshiping the empress Linshui, etc. On this day, the year has basically passed, followed by the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month. After the Lantern Festival, the year is overhttps://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/22749.html
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