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About Full Moon of Kason
The Full Moon of Kason is observed on the month of May of the English calendar. It is celebrated on the second month of lunar calendar. The full-moon day of kason is significant for other seasons too. It is the day on which Gotama Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, passed away, and as a recluse in is this previous existence, blessed by the prophecy of Depankara Buddha that he (sumedha) would also become a Buddha one day in the very remote future. The Bodhi tree has relations with lord Buddha so it becomes respectable for the Buddhists. The full-moon day of Kason is the holiest and the most auspicious day for Buddhists all over the world because it was on this day that Would-be Buddha Sumeda received the prophecy from Dipankara, the Buddha, that he was destined to be a Buddha. The Buddhists in Myanmar named the full-moon day of Kason ‘Buddha Day’ and have held a festival on a grander scale since the end of the Second World War every year. As the month of kason is at the middle of the hot reason, the earth is dry and people pour water at the Maha-Bodhi tree to make sure it does not die of drought during the hot summer. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like Full Moon of Kason. Customize Full Moon of Kason reminders, Full Moon of Kason gift suggestions, Full Moon of Kason event planning, Full Moon of Kason history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like Full Moon of Kason online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for Full Moon of Kason.
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