National soul reflected in festivities

Source: Pano feed

PANO – Traditional rituals, processions, costumes and folk games are indispensable parts of the traditional Vietnamese New Year festivals, reflecting the cultural identity of the country.


With around 8,000 festivals across the country, Vietnam has been called as the country of festivities that have been preserved for their special cultural values.


PANO would like to introduce some traditional festivals of Vietnamese people in the first lunar month of the lunar year.


The Tich Dien (ploughing) festival in Doi Son commune, Duy Tien district, Ha Nam province to wish for bumper crops is highlighted with the image of buffalos and ploughs, which are familiar to Vietnamese farmers.

The Tich Dien (ploughing) festival in Doi Son commune, Duy Tien district, Ha Nam province to wish for bumper crops is highlighted with the image of buffalos and ploughs, which are familiar to Vietnamese farmers.



Co Loa Festival in Co Loa commune, Dong Anh Disitrct, Hanoi showing the sporting spirit of the ancestors.

Co Loa Festival in Co Loa commune, Dong Anh Disitrct, Hanoi showing the sporting spirit of the ancestors.



Lim Festival in Lim town, Tien Du district, Bac Ninh province – A venue for those who love Bac Ninh Love Duet.

Lim Festival in Lim town, Tien Du district, Bac Ninh province – A venue for those who love Bac Ninh Love Duet.



Dong Da Festival in Hanoi – An occasion for the Vietnamese to express their respect and admiration to King Quang Trung and their love for the nation.

Dong Da Festival in Hanoi – An occasion for the Vietnamese to express their respect and admiration to King Quang Trung and their love for the nation.



Translated by Son Ca




Đăng ký: VietNam News