SONGKRAN FESTIVAL THAILAND PART 4 – Holy Spirit Water
Pouring water over a Buddha statue represents the washing away of one’s sins and bad luck. On the third day of Songkran, people have the last opportunity to pay respect to the elder, ask for forgiveness, and hope for good luck in the coming year.
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