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Traditions Culture of North
Traditions Culture of North Destiny Tradition Northern traditions northern culture related to the lifestyle of the Lanna people which is believed to be a renewal or to the lives of citizens or longevity Let life turn from bad to good It is a ritual that is about continuation of longevity. Enhance happiness, prosperity and auspiciousness to the owners of destiny. As well as having the belief that it can eliminate various dangers that will occur to be safe.
Objectives of Destiny in order to be auspicious for longevity and ward off evil Or various dangers that are not allowed to leave the person or place. It also strengthens morale as a northern tradition. northern culture influenced by Brahman which blends harmoniously with Buddhist rituals The Sueb Destiny tradition is not only prevalent in northern Thailand. But it can also be found in Thai Yai, Yong, and Khuen communities in Burma's Shan State. Including the Lawa ethnic group in the north of Thailand.
Types of succession traditions Northern traditions Destiny is not only done by one person, but believes that when that person is involved in something, there must be a continuous destiny as well. Can be divided into 4 types:
1. The tradition of investigating the fate of the city There is evidence that has appeared since the reign of the three sides of the King. King of Lanna in the Mangrai dynasty by trusting The city plan must have a city horoscope. There must be a center point of the city. The city is prosperous. People will live happily. It is a ceremony that shows respect. and gratitude to the defenders of the country such as Phra Suea Mueang, Phra Song Mueang, Phra Lak Mueang, etc.
2. The tradition of investigating the fate of the house Its purpose is to ward off evil. or bad things in the village in order to bring prosperity to that village.
3. Tradition of fortune telling a northern tradition Popular to do on birthdays, rank days or sometimes sickness renewal purpose escaping from sickness.
4. Cultivation traditions It is a tradition that is not very common. The objective is to provide abundant vegetation. and brings prosperity to the farmer's fields.
Category: Art, Culture and Heritage
Group: Art, Craft Centres, Tradition
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