A complete picture of Laba Festival
Guide words: for the Laba Festival, I believe many people are not unfamiliar, Laba Festival is also a famous traditional festival in our country, and the next is a small editor to bring you the collection of Laba Festival pictures, welcome to read!
Children's pictures in Laba Festival
A complete picture of paper cutting in Laba Festival
Beautiful pictures of Laba Festival
Blessing words and pictures of Laba Festival
¡¡¡¡ Additional reading: the origin of Laba Festival
Legend 1: Laba Festival is the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month (December) in the lunar calendar. It is said that when Zhu Yuanzhang was in distress and suffered in prison, it was a cold day. The cold and hungry Zhu Yuanzhang found some 78 kinds of cereals such as red beans, rice and red dates from the rat hole in the prison.
Zhu Yuanzhang boiled these things into porridge, but because it was the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month, Zhu Yuanzhang called this pot of miscellaneous grain porridge as Laba porridge. And then we had a wonderful meal. Later, Zhu Yuanzhang pacified the world and became emperor in the north and south. In order to commemorate that special day in prison, he designated this day as Laba Festival, and formally named the miscellaneous grain porridge he ate that day as Laba porridge.
Legend 2: on the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month, Chinese people have the custom of eating Laba porridge. It is said that Laba porridge was handed down from India. Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism, was originally the son of King Jingfan of the ancient Indian kingdom of kapilawi (now in Nepal). He saw that all living beings suffered from the suffering of life, age, death, and so on. He was dissatisfied with the Brahman's theocracy at that time, so he abandoned the throne and became a monk. After six years of hard work, on the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month, he became a Buddha under the bodhi tree. During these six years of hard work, he only ate one hemp and one meter a day. Later generations did not forget his sufferings and ate porridge every year on the eighth day of the lunar month¡° "Laba" has become the "Buddha Road memorial day."¡° "Laba" is a grand festival of Buddhism. Before liberation, Buddhist temples around the country held Buddhist baths and chanted sutras, and imitated the legend that before Sakyamuni became a Taoist priest, the shepherd girl offered chylous and cooked porridge with fragrant grains and fruits for Buddha, which was called "Laba porridge".
He also presented Laba porridge to his disciples and good men and women, and later became popular among the people. It is said that in some monasteries, before the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month, monks held bowls and bowls to make Laba porridge from the collected rice, chestnut, dates, nuts and other materials and distributed them to the poor. It is said that people can get the blessing of Buddha after eating, so poor people call it "Buddha porridge". Lu You's poem in the Southern Song Dynasty says: "today's Buddha porridge is more relevant to feed, but it feels like the new things in Jiangcun." It is said that in Tianning Temple, a famous temple in Hangzhou, there is a "Jianfan building" for storing leftovers. Usually, the monks dry the leftovers every day, accumulate the surplus food of a year, and cook it into Laba porridge on the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month and give them to the believers. They are called "Fushou porridge" and "Fude porridge", which means that they can increase their happiness and longevity after eating. It can be seen that the monks at that time cherished the virtues of food.
one A complete picture of paper cutting in Laba Festival
two Laba Festival picture copy
three The complete picture of Laba Festival
four Good night wechat pictures
five A complete picture of class daily
six Complete picture of campus painting
seven Cartoon dog pictures
eight Pictures of new year's Eve