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  Each time, on the eve of the celebrations or special evenings, women think about what you would like to make yourself memorable hairstyle. Today, fashion is so versatile, allowing…

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Scenario of a summer holiday in the Junior group

 

Fizkultury greets children and parents on the Playground, which includes musical accompaniment.

Fizkultura. Hello dear parents and children, boys and girls! You are welcome – I, – “Fizkultura”!

Don’t you remember me?

The summer flew by so fast, but sad we won. Smile, time, today we all gathered together!

But, to spend our holiday will help one magic flower. Guess what?

There are in the Kuban – the miracle, fabulous flower,

He has magic each petal!

Guessed? Well done, it Tsvetik – semicvetik.

What do you know about this flower? (Children’s responses)

The purpose of the Flower – petal Flower to help children. Dropped out flower petals. We will collect, each color for myself, to rediscover and to perform the job.

Offered to parents and children in order to open the petals under the numbers.

Fizkultura. 1. Under the first digit of purple petal. It means “Warm ray in every home”. We can say that he gives the family, and someone helps and saves her. What for You family? (Asked of children, parents)

Listen, please, what the poem is written about a family girl, a little older than you – Firsova Yana from the Smolensk region.

The family is we. The family is me.

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Festivals and shopping in Kashmir

 

The most colorful festivals in the state of Jammu and Kashmir are in Ladakh. If you get the chance, you must visit the Tibetan mysteries – dancing in masks (Mask Dance), which are held in Buddhist monasteries on the territory of Ladakh.

In Ladakh are many Buddhist festivals almost every month during the year. Here is the list:

Different times: GU-STO p – a celebration of the victory of good over evil, the mask dances in the monasteries Tiksi (October-November), Spituk monastery (January) and Karsha (Zanskar, July).

January/February: Loan – Tibetan new year celebrations in the homes of Tibetans in monasteries and for 15 days.

February: Domace – Buddhist new year, celebration in Lech, Lemire and Dickite. The mask dances, the burning of effigies of evil spirits.

February-March: Guru TSE-Chu – dancing in masks, the Oracle predicts the future in the monastery of Stoke gompa.

February-March: Matho-Narang – Oracle in the monastery of Macho predict the future, perform acrobatic stunts with tied eyes, etc.

June-July: TSE-Chu, a three – day festival is the masked dance in the Hemis monastery in honor of the birthday of Guru Padmasambhava.

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Festival Moon Cake

 

Autumn in Thailand is marked by celebrations, however, as any other time of the year in the Kingdom. Here-here should begin the spectacular Festival of Vegetarians and then a beautiful and romantic Loy Krathong. But before we celebrate the Moon Cake Festival or Mid-Autumn, my favorite holiday of lovers. In large shopping centers have special baked moon cakes (and do they sell them year-round). And even in every 7-11 S&P managed to deliver a batch of moon pies.

Mid-Autumn festival is celebrated most widely in China. But as in Thailand, a large percentage of Chinese and Thais of Chinese origin, this tradition spread to the Kingdom. The festival begins on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month and marks the autumnal equinox and the end of harvest. But to sell and fun to absorb moon pies and cakes begin three weeks before the celebration. In my opinion, this holiday is not that much to harvest, how much to the philosophical perception of the unity of man with nature, to achieve perfect harmony that major canons of Taoism.

The Moon Cake festival celebration is named for the tradition to prepare special sweet cakes in the shape of a full moon from sesame seeds, Lotus and duck eggs. Nobody knows where this tradition, but in the XIV century, moon cakes have Continue reading