Hongdong big locust tree root search ancestor worship garden will hold Kui-mao year Hanyi Festival ancestor worship ceremony
On the first day of the lunar month of October, Hongdong big locust tree root worship garden will be held in the cold clothes festival of the year of Gui-mao ancestor worship ceremony.
The first day of the tenth lunar month is China's traditional sacrificial festival Hanyi Festival, people on this day to sacrifice dead relatives, to show filial piety, not forget their roots. Hongdong Big Locust Tree Root Search Ancestor Worship Garden as a national intangible cultural heritage "big Locust tree ancestor worship custom" heritage protection, the first batch of provincial intangible cultural heritage tourism experience base, every year Qingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival, Hanyi Festival three traditional ancestor worship festival will hold a grand ancestor worship ceremony, memory of the big locust tree immigrant ancestors, carry forward the traditional virtues of the Chinese nation to worship their ancestors. To show the charm of traditional intangible cultural heritage, it also provides a platform and opportunity for the descendants of the big pagoda tree immigrants distributed at home and abroad to pay tribute to their ancestors.
This year's Hongdong Big Locust Tree Cold Clothes Festival Ancestor Worship ceremony, with the theme of "Tracing the roots of Hongdong big locust Tree to inherit filial piety and morality", will be held in the morning of November 13 in the scenic area ancestor Worship square, and live broadcast through Douyin and Kuaishou platforms. At that time, the scenic spot will, in accordance with the traditional ritual of the national intangible cultural heritage "Big pagoda Tree ancestor worship custom", offer sacrifices to immigrant ancestors together with on-site guests, descendants of immigrants and online and offline viewing masses to pray for the well-being of the country and the people.
The picture accompanying the article is the previous Hanyi Festival ancestor worship ceremony