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Now, I am going to write about two different culture which is korean and indian national holiday. They are called korean national holiday "CHuseok" and indian national holiday "Holi".

Firstly, to write about korean national holiday"CHuseok"!



Chuseok (Korean: 추석; Hanja: 秋夕; [tɕʰu.sʌk̚]), literally "Autumn eve", once known as hangawi (Hangul: 한가위; [han.ɡa.ɥi]; from archaic Korean for "the great middle (of autumn)"), is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in both North- and South Korea celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar on the full moon.Like many other harvest festivals around the world, it is held around the autumn equinox, i.e. at the very end of summer or in early autumn.

Since Chuseok has been a traditional holiday since long before the division of Korea, people in North Korea also celebrate Chuseok. However, the ideology that divided Korea also caused some differences between Chuseok of North Korea and that of South Korea.In fact, North Korea did not celebrate Chuseok and other traditional holidays until the mid-1980s.

How to celebrate this holiday?

While South Koreans enjoy the holiday is a typical way of enjoying holidays with family members, most North Koreans do not have any family gatherings during Chuseok. Some, especially those in working classes, try to visit their ancestors's grave sites during Chuseok. However, social and economic issues in North Korea have been preventing visits.In addition, the extremely poor infrastructure of North Korea, especially in terms of public transportation, makes it almost impossible for people to visit grave sites and their families.In contrast to the poorly situated lower class North Koreans, middle and elite classes enjoy the holiday as they want, easily traveling wherever they want to go.



Koreans celebrate Chuseok by making special foods, particularly a certain kind of rice cake called songpyeon. Songpyeon is made with finely ground new rice and the dough is kneaded into small round shapes and filled with sesame seeds, chestnuts, red beans, or other similar ingredients. The rice cakes are arranged upon layers of pine needles as they are steamed, filling the home with the delicate and fresh fragrance of autumn. On the eve of Chuseok, family members gather to make songpyeon together, illustrating the importance of family in Korean society.

Another Chuseok tradition in modern-day Korea is that of gift-giving. Koreans will present gifts to not only their relatives, but also to friends and business acquaintances to show their thanks and appreciation. Some customary gift ideas are high-quality cuts of beef, fresh fruit such as apples, and gift sets of everything from traditional Korean snacks to useful items like shampoo. If you look around supermarkets and department stores before Chuseok, you will no doubt encounter a huge variety of gift sets on sale. Spam, which is extremely popular in Korea, is actually one of the most popular gift sets to present to those near and dear to you.Spam gift sets on display before Chuseok, some of which include bottles of cooking oil.These gift sets hold colorful cookies and other traditional Korean snacks.With Chuseok approaching soon, remember to share the time with your loved ones and eat somedelicious food to capture the essence of this Korean holiday.

"Holi" is a indian national holiday!

The Holi Festival of Colors in India is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, the destruction of the demoness Holika. It is celebrated every year on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna which is early March. People celebrate the start of spring and other events in the Hindu religion; they march the streets and spray people with colored powders while dancing and singing. Celebrate the Holi Colors festival in India with our very own Trips To India!



The Legend of Holi

The Festival is based on the Hindu legend Holika, the female demon and the sister of the demon Hiranyakashayap. It is believed that Hiranyakashayap was the ruler of the universe and also superior to all gods. However, Hiranyakashayap'sHiranyakashayap's son Prahlad went against his mother by following Lord Vishnu. This action left his father with no choice but to collaborate with Holika to kill him.



The significance of Holi

The Holi has a huge cultural significance in Hindu Culture. It opens a new beginning from past error, serving as the end of the conflict, and also a day when people forget and forgive. In most cases, people pay their debt and also forgive debts embracing new deals in their lives.

There are 3 Steps for Holi Festival Celebration.

1- Preparation



Before the Festival, people often gather wood and combustible material to light a bonfire in parks, in community centers and also in open spaces. Preparation also involves stoking homes with food, partyinks and festive foods like mathri, malpuas and gujiya among many other foodstuffs.

2- Lighting the Bonfire

The eve of Holi, the pyre is light to signify the Holika Dahan. People also gather around the fire, singing, and dancing.

3- Colors



There are numerous colors people use on this occasion. Traditionally, the user of a washable natural color is the best for this occasion. Some of the colors you can use include dhak, kumkum, turmeric, and neem. Moreover, water-based commercial pigments work as well, if you can't assess the traditional colors.

In conclusion, I try to give some points about two people's culture. And we must know,watching these pictures we can describe the actions of these people according to their cultural origin.
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