Buddhist ceremonies are brilliantly held around June and October each year, at the beginning and end of the rainy season.
Theravada Buddhism in Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, or Sri Lanka.
Called Katthina, it is a dedication ceremony for Buddhists gathering and wearing clothes worn by monks.
Katthina is well prepared.
For example, a popular restaurant owner chef, a school lunch clerk, a flower teacher, a doctor, a lawyer, a school teacher, and so on.
It is also an opportunity to show one is the practice, the second is the good deed of merit, and the third is the social status of being able to help Katthina.
At this time of year, both Buddhists and monks feel clear.
It is a tradition that I want to keep forever.