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About Beginning of Buddhist Lent
The Beginning of Buddhist Lent Day is celebrated on first day of the waning moon of the eighth lunar month. This is the seasonal monsoon rains start. It marks the beginning of the Buddhist Lent and the beginning of Buddhist’s "rain retreat". The Buddhist Lent is well known in Thai as "Phansa" is the annual three-month Rains Retreat. It is also known as "Khao Phansa". During this three months of this rainy season only all holy men, mendicants and sages spent in permanent dwellings and retreat to the temples. They avoid unnecessary travel during this period due to the reason that the crops were still new and for the fear that they might accidentally step on young plants. The Buddhist Lent is the time for devoted to study, spiritual renewal and meditation.
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