1.During this festival in Sri Lanka, Buddha's tooth is carred around in a casket on an elephant's back. What is it called?
2.Which Hindu festival is the 'festival of nine nights'?
3.During which month do Muslims not eat and drink during the daylight hours?
Answer: (One Word)
4.Which Jewish festival celebrates the Jewish exodus from Egypt?
5.The 'Id al-Adha' is the Islamic festival that celebrates what event?
*End of Ramadan
*End of the Hajj
*Birth of Hagar
6.What is the major cultural festival of the Welsh speaking people of Wales?
7.What is the Sikh new year called?
8.The Japanese festival called 'Kodomono-hi' takes place every year on May 5th and celebrates what?
9.The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as what?
*Tomb Sweeping Day
*Chinese New Year
*Dragon Boat Festival
10.What is the fourth Sunday before Christmas called?
Pesach is also called Passover.
5.End of the Hajj
In English you could refer to it as the 'feast of the sacrifice' or 'the major feast'.
Central to this festival is a poetry competition in which poets compete for the Crown and the Chair.
9. Moon Festival
During this festival people eat traditional moon-shaped cakes. This holiday is a traditional one which celebrates a good Fall harvest.
Advent is the traditional first day of the Christian year and means 'coming'.
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