CHINA : FOLK TALES ON RICE 稻

RICE IN CHINESE FOLK TALES

There’s more to rice than you think- Discover rice in Chinese folk tales. China has a long and varied history, and its people are of most diverse origin and of different religious traditions. As might be expected, the folklore of India reflects this diversity of history and population. Several old literary collections of tales have been popular among the population for centuries.

CHINA : FOLK TALES ON RICE 稻

THAILAND: Mae Posop – Myths, History and Folklore of RICE

Myths, History and Folklore of RICE in Thailand. It is believed that the gods or goddesses gave rice to humans and taught them how to grow rice. Religious use of rice takes place in Thailand, India, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. In Asia, the rice spirit is female and often a mother figure. In Thailand, the Rice Goddess is Mae Posop or Mae Phosop. Mae Posop and the Rice Goddess, Devi Sri, are treated in similar ways- respectful and protective. THAILAND: Mae Posop – Myths, History and Folklore of RICE

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FOLKLORE: TRAVEL STORIES OF WONDER & EVERY DAY LIFE

Are magical creatures, fairies, mermaids, ghosts, giants and goddesses and gods all gone, with the mythical times? For some this magical creatures are gone, for others they are still real, giving gifts to the kindly, and plaguing the surly.

FOLKLORE: TRAVEL STORIES OF WONDER & EVERY DAY LIFE