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The Badgau place is not too big, and it is enough for two hours to stroll around. Just as we walked slowly toward the exit, a series of cheerful voices such as banging drums and drums attracted our attention. I saw a team of young men and women dressed in festive costumes and face-painted, playing with musical instruments or special wooden sticks. There are also instruments in the crowd that are similar to ours, and they are written in everyones Face. Unknown, we rushed to find out what this activity is, and finally know that these days are the God of the Bull Festival, a grand festival in Nepal, has more than 600 years of history. About the Divine Festival, there is such a legend: In the medieval Nepalese royal family, the king was extremely saddened by the death of his loved ones. In order to alleviate the suffering of the king, the kings men ordered that families who had their loved ones died in the past, and on the appointed days, a oxen took to the streets to march, and families without oxen could let the children dress up as cows. On that day, the king saw so many people who lost their loved ones like him, and he was not so sad. Year after year, this tradition has been preserved. People pray for the deceased through singing and dancing, and pray for their loved ones to ascend into heaven as soon as possible. The festival that sounds a little sad is actually a happy celebration. The cute boy saw me holding the camera and immediately jumped and laughed and ran over, making a variety of naughty postures for me to take pictures. He ran too fast, too close to me, and his face was fast on the lens. After I was so confused, I ran back to his team and moved forward cheerfully. Celebration of the team one by one, whenever we feel that it is about to end, there will always be another group of cheerful people from the corner, singing and dancing, the atmosphere of joy is transmitted to each of the presence A person. Compared to the innocence of the children, the boys are obviously more scene-like, and when they see someone taking pictures, they will show a warm smile, and will give you a few seconds to take pictures. Suddenly, one hand stretched out towards my camera, and between my gods, my little friend had been pulled down the middle of the team, and the hahahas had quickly become one. To be honest, I was a little overwhelmed by the moment, I didnt know what they were going to do, but when I saw my little friend laughing happily, I twisted and followed the past. After coming to the team, our people who reached out and summoned us gave us a wooden stick. At this time, we suddenly realized that this is to invite us to mink! Haha, come on, and with their rhythm, according to the gourd painting, so you can still learn music, most drums can still catch up. Whenever we make the same rhythmic movements with them, the applause conveys a kind of beauty and happiness that has never been seen before. I know that although your home was unimaginably damaged in the 425 earthquake, your smile will be as "OK" as your smile and confidence.
Posted: 25 May 2016
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