On the 13th “lantern Day” of the first lunar month, remember “do 5 things avoid 1 thing”, which means good luck and healthy people reunion


Near the fifteenth day of the Lantern Festival, the thirteenth day of the first month, is our folk “lantern” time, that is, where the need to hang lanterns will be hung up, to the evening to try the lamp, that is, “the thirteenth day of the lantern, the eighteenth day of the lantern”;In addition, people also carry out the custom of rolling dragon lanterns, which is a rehearsal for the formal carnival on the night of the 15th day of the first lunar month.In short, from the 13th day of the first month, people begin to hang lanterns, gaily to welcome the Lantern Festival.In addition, in the traditional custom activities, the 13th day of the first month also pay attention to “do 5 avoid 1 thing”, what are there?On the 13th day of the first month, the folk custom pays attention to the lighting of a lamp under the kitchen stove on this day. This is because the fifteenth day of the first month is coming, and each family tries to make a good lamp.It is also a kind of worship, I hope the Kitchen God bless the family smoothly, in the New Year to eat every meal.Therefore, it is also known as the “birthday of the lamp holder”.In northern Liaoning province and other areas, it is said that the 13th day of the first lunar month is the birthday of the Goddess of the Sea. Therefore, sea lanterns are put on this day to worship “the Goddess of the Sea”, which also means praying for a safe sea and a full harvest of fishing.Even for some island residents, the 13th day of the first lunar month is more important than the Spring Festival.Sea lanterns are mini aircraft carriers, fishing boats, and freighters made by fishermen with wooden strips, colored paper, corn stalks, and rattan as the main materials.In folklore, the Goddess of the Sea was originally the sixth daughter of the Dragon king of the East China Sea. She later married a fisherman and became an immortal after her death. She often brought guiding lights to fishing boats in trouble.Since her birthday was on the 13th day of the first lunar month, generations of islanders in memory of her would light sea lanterns to show their gratitude to the Goddess of the Sea on the 13th day of the first lunar month, a custom that continues to this day.On the thirteenth day of the evening, accommodation facilities with self-made small lights ship, came to the dock, sea put lamp, pastry and food and wine fruit and other tributes, bowed down to the triton, Thanksgiving prayers, and lit fireworks, again beautifully made with light ship into the sea, sea of blessing of smooth, good luck for the New Year YuShi activity, fish and shrimp fully.The Sea Lantern Festival in Longwangtang, a high-tech zone in Dalian, is praised as the “living fossil” of mazu culture and Marine culture in north China by folklore experts, which not only reflects the coastal fishermen’s reverence for the sea and nature, but also has high research value of folk culture.This unique folk custom is undoubtedly the precious regional cultural wealth of Our country.In 2011, the Longwangtang Lantern Festival was included in the provincial intangible cultural heritage protection program.On the 13th day of the first month, it is said to be the birthday of guan Yu, the famous general of The Three Kingdoms, also known as “Guan Gong’s Birthday”.Known as the general of loyalty and integrity, Guan Yu was revered as Lord Guan and Emperor Guan in Buddhist mythology after his death, and Taoism also respected him as “the Demon Emperor of the Three realms of God and far shake the Heavenly Lord Guan Shengdi jun”.Therefore, on the 13th day of the first lunar month, people worship Guan Gong and express their wishes and expectations for a better life in the future, hoping that Guan Gong can bring good luck, fortune and wealth to themselves and their families.In Yangzhou and other areas, on the 13th day of the first month, there are “lanterns round son fall lamp surface, the 15th day of the lunar New Year.”As people in the north eat dumplings during the Spring Festival, people in Yangzhou also eat a lot of tangyuan during the Spring Festival, from solid dumplings to dumplings wrapped with black sesame, bean paste, shepherd’s purse, vegetable meat and other fillings.On the 13th day of the first lunar month, almost every family makes dumplings, eats them by themselves or presents them as gifts to relatives and friends to celebrate the Lantern Festival, which means “family reunion and completeness”.Eating tofu on the 13th day of the first lunar month is a traditional custom handed down from qingyuan in Guangdong province, also known as the “tofu Festival”. Among them, the “Fogang Tofu Festival”, which originated in 1609, is the second batch of representative intangible cultural heritage projects in Guangdong Province.It is said that on the 13th day of the first lunar month, one villager accidentally spilled tofu onto another villager while they were eating at the ancestral temple, causing a tofu fight.Later, in the second year, all the villagers who participated in the tofu fight in the previous year were pleased to have more boys, so the villagers thought it was the tofu fight that brought the population prosperity. Since then, ding Tou organized a tofu fight when they put lanterns on their ancestral temples on the 13th day of the first lunar month, until today, it has developed into the tofu festival in which all the villagers, young and old, participate.Tofu festival every year by the header (that is born in the year the first men’s head, his father is the header) arrange tofu festival of relevant matters, is the first in advance to prepare enough tofu, and then on the 13th day, people pass by “light”, “light” and “ancestor worship” link, began to make tofu.Like the Water-sprinkling festival of Dai nationality, people throw tofu to each other, who is hit by tofu, will be full of good luck, good luck and prosperity in the coming year.”Tofu” is a homophonic word for “doufu”, meaning fertility, abundant crops, a better life and happiness.In addition to the local villagers, the novel and lively tofu festival also attracts many tourists.Two, bogey 1 Yang Bogey Yang Bogey, also known as “Yang Thirteen bogey”, the origin and there are many.According to legend, the earliest tang Dynasty feng shui master Yang Junsong set.The 13 “death days” are the 13th day of the first month, the 11th day of February, the 9th day of March, the 7th day of April, the 5th day of May, the 3rd day of June, the 1st day of July, the 29th day of July, the 27th day of August, the 25th day of September, the 23rd day of October, the 21st day of November and the 19th day of December.Every month, two days in July, thirteen days in a year.In these days, people taboo travel, and it is not appropriate to do important things, otherwise there will be bad things happen.As one of the four great masters of Geomancy in China, Yang Yunsong was honored as Yang Jiu Poverty because of his lifetime use of geomancy (now known as feng shui) to save the poor of the kind and virtuous people.These long-standing folk customs, some of which have no scientific basis, are derived from ancient people’s yearning for a better life, which adds a lot of color and mystery to people’s Spring Festival celebrations.”There are endless stories in the custom, endless amorous feelings.New Year customs are full of people’s yearning for good luck, desire for harmony and happiness, and persistent pursuit of perfection and beauty.No matter how customs and traditions change, nian is still the most nostalgic taste.”Every day of firewood, rice, oil and salt let us on the trivial and complicated cooking things have not “as if first” feeling, but but, “regardless of gains and losses, oblivious to myself, enjoy it” is still our unremitting pursuit every day.Love life, love food, and share delicious food and stories with you.This article is the window to see the rain of the small turtle editor original, code word is not easy, bad we media plagiarism, handling.Like me ~ attention!Thumb up!Support me

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