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Han's new year's Eve is called New Year's Eve! Han people have the tradition of keeping the new year's Eve. In fact, Daur people also have new year's Eve in their national festivals. How do they spend New Year's Eve? How did they spend their new year's Eve? Let's see: what kind of day is the new year's eve of Daur people?

What kind of day is the new year's eve of Daur people

Butong Festival is commonly known as' New Year's Eve 'in Daur people. How do Daur people spend their new year's Eve?

On the new year's eve of Daur people, every family cleans the courtyard, posts new year pictures and couplets, and hangs lanterns for the gods of heaven, Empress and Kitchen God. Prepare gifts for relatives, friends and elders, and set up a large pile of dry cow dung in front of the gate to light fireworks before dinner.

In the evening, the cow dung pile is lit, and meat, white steamed buns, dumplings, etc. are thrown on the fire to offer the God of fire and bless the well-being of people and animals and the bumper harvest of grain. Dahul people think that the more vigorous the fireworks are, the more prosperous the day is, so they try to pile their cow dung higher. Pay attention to eating beef and mutton and cattle and sheep head and hoof at dinner. Lights should be lit in every room of the family, and incense candles should be burned in front of each God's throne. On New Year's Eve, there is a tradition of offering sacrifices to ancestors, and no memorial tablets are set. On the west side of the house, they scoop earth, insert incense, burn gold and silver foil paper, put wine, milk skin, snacks, etc. for sacrifice to their ancestors, and worship in the west to show their memory of their ancestors and enter filial piety. After ancestor worship, every family should make dumplings for frozen storage, so that they can cook at any time in the first month, which also means that they will be rich in the coming year. At night, everyone 'ShouSui', indicating that the coming year is full of energy.

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