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How about the 12th day of the first month of 2021? Are there any customs

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

Spring Festival is the biggest auspicious day of the year, and this month is also the busiest day of the year. The first month is a happy month, a day for family reunion. Every day in the first month will have some traditional sayings and customs. How about the 12th day of the first month in 2021? Are there any customs?

2021年正月十二日子好不好 有什么风俗讲究吗

how about the 12th day of the first month of 2021 lunar calendar: the 12th day of the first month of 2021 (lunar calendar) Gregorian calendar: Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Pisces (Gregorian calendar) Peng zubaiji: the union is not great, the water Yin is not sacrificial, and the tiger RI Chong (bingshen) Monkey shisha: Shisha beixingxiu: Northern room fire pig - Jiyi: clean the voucher transaction, buy money, buy clothes, put animals in bed, bury taboo: marry, move, move, make ground for sacrifice, dig wells

2021年正月十二日子好不好 有什么风俗讲究吗

what are the customs on the twelfth day of the first month? The fire baking Festival is in some areas in the south of Shijiazhuang, It still retains the custom of baking cypress fire along the twelfth day of the first month [some on the tenth day of the first month]. At dusk, people lit cypress branches in front of their homes. There was a fragrance in the smoke. A family of old and young sat around the fire and said: roast cypress fire. The meaning of roasted cypress fire is "disaster", which can avoid the plague. People burn all the old household belongings they don't use, carve the remaining cypress branches into "cypress locks", tie ropes and hang them around the baby's neck in order to live a long life. With the homonym of "baking a hundred fires" and "baking a hundred years old fire", children go from street to street and bake a hundred fires. They don't suffer from all kinds of diseases and are free from disasters and diseases in a year.

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