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Vietnam Unique New Year’s Eve the Kho’s New Year of the Kho Mu people.

VietnamReader Mon, January 25, 2021

 On January 24, at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Tourism (Dong Mo Lake, Son Tay Town, Hanoi City), a program to re-enact the Kho’s New Year of the Kho Mu people.

The Khơ Mu girl reappears the Göt New Year celebration – Photo: HA QUAN

The Kho G festival of the Kho Mu people is held on a good day, the beautiful day of the end of the November of the lunar calendar to inform the ancestors of the coming New Year.

Mr. Lu Van Quang – Head of Xap Kha village, Yen Hoa commune, Tuong Duong district, Nghe An province – said: “The offerings of Tet include many things, but it is necessary to have two pots of wine with two chickens. a pot of wine, a chicken representing the old year, a pot of wine and a chicken representing the new year.

In particular, the New Year has the ritual of cutting chicken blood, then applying it to the knees of people in the village. This is for you, you know the old year is over, the new year is coming. May everyone be healthy, happy and happy. In addition, tapioca tubers, potatoes … made by the villagers have to display them for their children to celebrate the new year “.

Mr. Pham Van Mung – a tourist from Hanoi – shared: “The first time I can participate in the traditional New Year of the Kho Mu people. My favorite is the ritual to smear chicken blood on people’s knees in the village, slowly. children to adults “.

From January 29 to February 1 at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Tourism, the program “Wrapping green rice cakes with the poor for Tet” will take place.

Dance performance to celebrate Gơ Mu people of the Kho Mu people – Photo: HQ

Smile of the Kho Mu people after the ancestral worship ends – Photo: HQ

Many young people enjoy participating in fun activities after the Grouper New Year ceremony – Photo: HQ

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SOURCE: VietnamReader Mon, January 25, 2021

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