Every year, on the 26th day of the 10th lunar month, people in the Muong Trac and Muong Ram areas, Lac Thinh commune, Yen Thuy district, celebrate the "De” rice (fermented rice) festival.
The festival is a unique cultural identity of
the Muong people in the commune, showing their respect to gods and those who
helped the Muong people. On the occasion, Muong people pray for all things to
develop smoothly and a prosperous life.
To prepare for the festival, from the 20th day
of the 10th lunar month, local households prepare to make fermented rice. Rice
for making the "De” rice is white sticky and violet glutinous planted by
their families. The rice will be fermented for five days. On the 26th day of
the 10th lunar month, the rice will be put on a tray for worshiping ancestors.
rice at a stream before cooking.
Families in Muong Trac have their own secrets to
make a delicious "De" rice dish.
It has become a custom, "De” rice Festival
starts from 3 am on the 26th lunar October.
The "De" rice festival in 2023 is held
at the commune scale for three days, attracting tourists in the province and
Within the framework of the festival, sports and
cultural activities take place to create a joyful and exciting atmosphere.
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