The lights reflect the family · Reunion is at this time
Thousands of doors are unlocked, thousands of lights are bright, and the imperial capital is moved in the middle of the first month.
The three hundred people danced together with their sleeves, and the words were spoken in the sky for a while.
year after year reunion
Today is the Lantern Festival again, this night is unforgettable every year
Strolling along the flower street, lanterns hang high
Watch the full moon hang flawlessly on the branches
Cars come and go in the bustling bustling bustling
Let's have a drink together
toast to reunion
The moon is the first month of the lunar calendar. The ancients called "night" as "xiao". The fifteenth day of the first month is the first full moon night in the year, so the fifteenth day of the first month is called the "Lantern Festival". According to Taoism "Sanyuan", the fifteenth day of the first lunar month is also called "Shangyuan Festival". The Lantern Festival custom has been dominated by the warm and festive lantern viewing custom since ancient times.
The Lantern Festival is one of the traditional festivals in China. The Lantern Festival mainly includes a series of traditional folk activities such as viewing lanterns, eating glutinous rice balls, guessing lantern riddles, and setting off fireworks. In addition, many local Lantern Festivals have also added traditional folk performances such as dragon lanterns, lion dances, stilt walking, dry boat rowing, Yangko twisting, and Taiping drums.
The Lantern Festival mainly includes a series of traditional folk activities such as viewing lanterns, eating glutinous rice balls, guessing lantern riddles, and setting off fireworks.
Lantern Festival is eaten on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. As a food, "Yuanxiao" has a long history in my country. In the Song Dynasty, a novel food for the Lantern Festival was popular among the people. This kind of food was first called "Fu Yuanzi" and later called "Yuanxiao", and businessmen also euphemistically called it "Yuanbao"
Making lanterns is a traditional festival custom of the Lantern Festival, which began in the Western Han Dynasty and flourished in the Sui and Tang Dynasties. After the Sui and Tang dynasties, the style of lights in all dynasties prevailed and was passed down to later generations. On the fifteenth day of the first month, it is the climax of the annual lanterns and fireworks.
Guessing lantern riddles, also known as lantern riddles, is a form of traditional folk entertainment that is unique to China and rich in ethnic style. It is a special Lantern Festival activity that has been circulating since ancient times.
A mouthful of glutinous rice balls, year after year reunion. Today is the Lantern Festival again, and this evening is unforgettable every year. Walking along the flower street, the lanterns are hung high to see the full moon hanging on the branches. In the hustle and bustle of people coming and going, let's drink together and raise a glass to celebrate the reunion!