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About Khao Pansa
Khao Pansa is celebrates on 7th July every Year. Khao Phansa is the first day of the three-month rainy season. It is the beginning of the “the rainy season”. It is the day for the monks are required to remain in one particular place or wat (temple). Khao Phansa Day is on the first day after the full moon of the eighth lunar month and marks the beginning of the three-month Buddhist 'lent' period. Khao Phansa means to remain in one place during the rainy season. The day before Khao Phunsa Day is Asalha Puja Day. The day falls on the full moon of the eighth lunar month. This is a time for contemplation and meditation for monk. Ok Phansa Day marks the end of the Buddhist lent and falls on the full moon of the eleventh lunar month. This is a day of joyful celebration and merit-making too. The candles will burn throughout the rainy season. The large candles that are made and given to the temple to create illumination in the belief that such a gift will likewise illuminate the mind. The Candle Festival is the province's most popular annual event. The cerebration of the beginning of Buddhist Lent is marked by the ceremony of presenting candles to the monks.
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