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Têt Nguyen Dan-nouvel an lunaire

Personnage de culte: Ancêtres, grands parents.
Date: du 30e jour du 12e mois de l’an dernier au 3e jour de 1er mois de l’an suivant (selon le calendrier lunaire).
Lieu: dans tout le pays.
Public: la plus grande fête de la nation.
Caractéristiques:
- Tout le monde porte les plus beaux vêtements ou/ et la tenue de cérémonie.
- On rend le culte des ancêtres, de les génies du Foyer, Tao Quan.
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On va visiter sa famille et ses amis, souhaiter l’un et l’autre les meilleurs voeux pour le nouvel an. C’est une occasion pour toute la famille de se réunir.

 

Tet is the biggest and the most sacred festival. It is the most attractive to a majority of the Vietnamese.

Tet falls on a time when the old year is over and the New Year comes by lunar calendar. This is also the time when the cycle of the universe finishes: winter ends and spring, the season of birth of all living things, comes.

Tet is an occasion for pilgrims and family reunions. It is a time when one pays respect to his/her ancestors and grandparents who have brought up him/her. It is an occasion when everyone sends each other best wishes for a new year, stops thinking about unhappy things and says good things about each other.

On the 23rd day of the twelfth month by lunar calendar, there is a rite to see Tao Quan (Kitchen God) off. The rite to say goodbye to the old year is held on the 30th or 29th day (if that month has only 29 days) of the twelfth month by lunar calendar. The rite to welcome the New Year is held at midnight that day. The rite to see off ancestral souls to return to the other world is often held on the 3rd day of the first month by lunar calendar when the Tet holidays finish and everybody goes back to work.

There are various customs practiced during Tet such as ancestral worshipping, visiting a person’s house on the first day of the new year, wishing Tet wishes, giving lucky money to young children and old people, wishing longevity to the oldest people, opening rice paddies or opening a shop.



Fête du temple Tran
Fête Giong (au temple de Soc)
Fête Katê
Fête de Yên Thê
Festival des fleurs de Vi Khe
Fête de la pagode de Tram Gian
Fête du village de Trieu Khuc
Fête du temple Ba Thon
Cérémonie de village des Cong
Fête Xen Muong à Lai Chau


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