Stir Rice Tradition

Stir Rice Tradition

Stir Rice Tradition

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Stir Rice Tradition period December 4 each year at Nong Muang Phang Nak district  Seur Hoke, Chainart. People will do Kgawtipis or Mathupayayd rice as a tradition of the past until now.
The modern era of history Believes Mrs.Suchada bring Kgawtipis dedicated to the Buddha. Before he got enlightenment. So Buddhism is considered Kgawtipis is ambrosial. And give to the priests in the monk before previous twelve months.
Rites of key materials for making Kgawtipis. The rice water come from crops going to be milk in thailand provinces that have traditionally been present for a long time.
But for the chainart, almost every village But now do it every year as a tradition in the village of Nong pung Nak.
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