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What are the taboos from the first to the fifteenth day of the new year? If you don't know these tab

The first day of the new year is the beginning of the year. It's a day to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new. So in Chinese people's mind, when celebrating the new year, we should think more about something lively and festive. In this way, the year will be safe and happy. It's Spring Festival before the 15th day of the first month, so we should know some taboos during the Spring Festival.

First day

On the first day of the first month, you can't use the broom, or you will sweep away your luck and money. If you have to sweep the floor, sweep it from the outside to the inside. To this day, there is still a custom in many places. Before the new year's Eve, the broom will not come out, the garbage will not be poured out, and a large bucket of waste water will be prepared, which will not be poured out on that day. You can't break furniture in the new year. Breaking is a sign of bankruptcy. You need to say "peace at the age of breaking" or "blossom on the ground, prosperity and glory".

Second day

On the second day of the first half of the year, the married daughter went back to her mother's house and asked her husband and son-in-law to go with her. On this day, the daughter who went back to her mother's home must take some gifts and red envelopes, distribute them to the children of her mother's home, and have lunch at her mother's home, but she must go back to her mother's home before supper. In the past, the family would choose this day to take a family photo.

Third grade

The third day of the lunar new year, also known as red dog day, is homophonic with "red mouth". It's not usually used to go out to pay a new year's Eve visit. It's said that it's easy to quarrel with people on this day. However, this custom has been out of date for a long time, because it is hard for people to get together in the Spring Festival, which has been weakened a lot.

fourth day of a lunar month

The fourth day of the Lunar New Year is the day of sacrificing to the God of wealth. In the past, when the boss wanted to "fire" someone, he would not be invited to worship him on that day, and the other party would know that he was going to clean up and leave. There is also a legend that the kitchen god will check the household registration this day, so it is not suitable to go far.

fifth day of a lunar month

The fifth day of the first month, commonly known as the fifth day of the first month, is to "catch up with the five poor", including "poor intelligence, poor learning, poor literature, poor life and poor communication". People get up at dawn, set off firecrackers and clean up. Firecrackers are set out from the inside and go out the door. That is to say, all the unlucky things will be thrown out. On this day, the common folk custom is to eat dumplings, commonly known as "pinching the mouth of a villain". On the fifth day of Tianjin, every household eats dumplings, and the chopping board should be Ding Dong, so that the neighbors can hear it, to show that they are chopping "villains".

Sixth day

At the beginning of the year, shops and restaurants were officially opened, and firecrackers were to be set off, no less than on New Year's Eve. It is said that the most popular boy on this day is the boy who turned 12 at that time, because 12 is twice as many as 6, which is called liuliudashun. On this day, every household should throw out the garbage accumulated during the festival, which is called "sending the poor".

seventh day of a lunar month

The seventh day of the seventh day is a person's day, that is, a person's birthday. According to the book of occupation, from the beginning of the seventh day, God created all things in the order of "one chicken, two dogs, three pigs, four sheep, five cows, six horses, seven people and eight grains", so the seventh day is man day. On this day, people in Hong Kong like to eat rice congee. The so-called rice congee is the No. 1 high school in the hope of scientific examination. People's day should respect everyone. Even the government can't execute criminals, and parents can't teach their children.

eighth day of a lunar month

The eighth day of the eighth lunar month is the day of grain. It is said that it is the birthday of millet, also known as Shun Xing Festival. It is said that it is the day under the stars. The stars in the sky are the most complete. If the weather is sunny, it indicates a good harvest of rice in this year. If the weather is cloudy, it means a bad harvest.

ninth day of a lunar month

On the ninth day of the lunar new year, the folk custom is the birthday of the Jade Emperor, and a grand heaven worship activity should be held. The believers should worship the Jade Emperor, wish the heavenly father a birthday, and pray for good weather, safety and health in the new year.

tenth day of a lunar month

The tenth day of the Lunar New Year is the birthday of stone. On this day, stone tools such as grinding and grinding cannot be moved, or even stones are sacrificed. In Yuncheng and other places in Shandong Province, there is a saying of carrying the stone God. On the Ninth Night of the lunar new year, people frozen a tile jar on a large smooth stone. In the morning of the tenth day of the lunar new year, they tied a rope to the nose of the jar and carried away by ten young men in turn. If the stone didn't land, it would be a good harvest.


The eleventh day of the first month is "son-in-law day", the day when father-in-law entertains son-in-law. In the ninth day of the ninth day of the lunar new year, there are still a lot of food left for the celebration of "heavenly Father's birthday". Therefore, the family doesn't need to spend any more money to entertain the son-in-law and daughter with the rest of the food. The folk song is called "eleven please son-in-law".

Twelve to fifteen

After the 11th day of the first month, people began to celebrate the Lantern Festival. From the 12th day of the first month, people began to buy lanterns and build light sheds. The nursery rhyme is sung in this way: "eleven are shouting and chattering, twelve are setting up lamp sheds, thirteen are turning on the lights, fourteen are on, fifteen are in the middle of the month, and sixteen are finishing the lights.". "The 15th day of the first lunar month is the Lantern Festival. It is the first full moon night of the year, and also the night when spring returns to the earth. It is also called Shangyuan Festival.". The custom of lighting lantern festival began in Han Dynasty. It is necessary to eat yuanxiao and tangyuan. The 16th night of the first month is a children's festival. All children take out their own lanterns and bump them into others' lanterns. Then they laugh and watch others' lanterns catch fire. This is called "touch the lamp". What's more, this year's lanterns can't be kept until next year. They must be destroyed by touching the lamp.