Tazaungdaing FestivalHolidays in Tazaungdaing
His kingly ancestor, who was good and virtueful, took shelter in the Buddha's council.
Ayatasatu had followed Buddha's arch-enemy, and at his counsel he had perpetrated father murder. The Buddha's body was devoured by the ground to fry in hell. He was afraid of a similar destiny for himself. So when Kattika feast came and Rajagaha was lit and decorated at dark like a town of the deities, the kingdom was sitting on its gold crown with the masters of its empire in attendance.
Jeveka, one of Buddha's disciples, was sitting among the princes. It was a good thing for the emperor to ask Jevaka to take him to the Buddha. It was still hard for the Emperor to make this plea on a dark day like this. He continued the discussion with diplomacy and praised the beauties of the night: "How beautiful, gentlemen, this clear sky is!
and waited for Jevaka. Jevaka, who suspected that the King wanted to talk to him to make sure. He was asked why he had not talked. Then Jevaka rose from his place and called with lifted palms in worship to the Blessed: "Lord, in my forest of Mangos the Most Luminous dwell with brethren; to Him, the blissful, the king shall listen to the truth and ask of it.
"Immediately the king ordered the elephant to get dressed and went in regal condition to Jevaka's Mangohain, where he found in the scented Buddha in the middle of the Brotherhood. At Buddha's feet all were as calm as the sea. At the end of the Sutta, the Emperor made with the Buddha and left with ceremonial reverence.
Offer of cloaks in yellowAn important ritual associated with the time of year is the offer of cloaks in green to the cloaks. One of the most commendable acts. These garments are referred to as chewing stone garments. This offer is made together with all the ingredients of local dance, traditional dance, profession and cuisine.
At the height of the Ka-htein offer is the loom of the non-stale garments - so named because the garments may not be stalled, i.e. they must be weaved in the room of the nocturnal. It is in the countryside that folk organize the ceremonies of this weavery. The weave of the non-woven garments is a formal event for young and old.
They bang, clothe and turn all evening to be prepared for the weaving loom. This all happens at sunset, so that the gowns are prepared for sacrifice at the crack of dawn. 3. It' a great honor for a maidservant to be the winner of the robe making competition, because in a town it is important that a maidservant is good at making weaves.
In Yangon, too, the traditional method of loom making in the midst of the bright light, which gives the moon's rays little opportunity, continues. A web competition is organised annually on the Shwedagon Pagoda website. Obviously you couldn't really pick coffee from the field, but the young women woven their gowns all and sundry.