Qixi Festival, also known as Qiqiao Festival, Qijie Festival, daughter's day, Qiqiao Festival, Qiniang Festival, Qixi Festival, niuniupo day, Qiaoxi and so on, is a traditional Chinese folk festival. Tanabata Festival is derived from the worship of stars. It is the seventh sister's birthday in the traditional sense. It is named "Tanabata" because the worship of "seventh sister" is held on July 7th. It is the traditional custom of Qixi to worship the seventh elder sister, pray for blessings, make wishes, beg for skillful arts, sit and watch Petunia, pray for marriage, and store water. With the development of history, Tanabata has been endowed with the beautiful love legend of "Cowherd and Weaver Girl", which makes it a festival symbolizing love. Therefore, it is considered as the most romantic traditional festival in China, and has produced the cultural meaning of "Chinese Valentine's Day" in contemporary times.
Qixi Festival is not only a festival to worship the seven sisters, but also a festival of love. It is a comprehensive festival with the folk legend of "Cowherd and Weaver Girl" as the carrier, the theme of blessing, begging and love, and the main body of women. The "Cowherd and Weaver Girl" of Qixi comes from people's worship of natural phenomena. In ancient times, people corresponded the astronomical Star area with the geographical area. This correspondence is called "Fen Xing" in terms of astronomy and "Fen Ye" in terms of geography. It is said that on the seventh day of July every year, Niulang and Zhinv meet at the magpie bridge in the sky.
Qixi festival began in ancient times, popularized in the Western Han Dynasty, and flourished in the Song Dynasty. In ancient times, Qixi Festival was the exclusive festival for beautiful women. Among the many folk customs of Qixi, some gradually disappear, but a considerable part of them are continued by people. Tanabata Festival originated in China. In some Asian countries influenced by Chinese culture, such as Japan, Korean Peninsula and Vietnam, Tanabata Festival is also celebrated. On May 20, 2006, Qixi Festival was listed in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage list by the State Council of the people's Republic of China.
Release Time:2021-01-02 16:28:45
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