Mar 16, 2022 09:14 GMT+7
Every March, the rice tree loses all its leaves, leaving only bright red “lighting” flowers blooming in the sky, as a sign of welcoming summer.
From about early March, the rice flower tree at Thay Pagoda (Sai Son commune, Quoc Oai district, Hanoi) begins to bloom again, creating a very unique beauty in the space of the ancient temple. The red rice flowers bloom prominently, attracting all eyes of people who come to visit and offer incense to the Buddha.
|March is also the time when the rice flowers bloom red in front of the yard of Thay Pagoda (Sai Son Commune, Quoc Oai District, Hanoi), an ancient temple thousands of years old.|
According to local people, there used to be 5 rice flower trees at Thay Pagoda, but 4 of them have died, now only one tree remains on the left side of the pagoda, near the “Nhat Tien Kieu” bridge.
In the flowering season, the tree loses all its leaves, leaving only bright red flowers blooming on the branches as a sign of welcoming summer.
These days, many photography lovers often come to Thay Pagoda to capture peaceful and contemplative moments with rice flowers.
Loving rice flowers because of the peaceful beauty of her hometown, or the news that rice flowers have bloomed, Ms. Dang Mai Phuong and her family from Hoang Mai district returned to Thay Pagoda to take photos and introduce them to the children more about rice flowers. and the stupid source of rice in the ancient and sacred temple.
|Dang Mai Phuong and her family went to Thay Pagoda to worship Buddha, sightseeing and taking pictures with rice flowers.|
“I was born and raised in the land of Quoc Oai, and I love going to Thay Pagoda to enjoy the scenery. For the past two years, because of the epidemic, I couldn’t go to the temple. Recently, watching on social networks, I knew that the rice flowers here had bloomed, so I brought my family here to visit, by the way, to take photos with rice flowers, “said Phuong.
Like Phuong, Ms. Dinh Thi Tham (in Phuc Tho, Hanoi) also invites you to go to Thay Pagoda to visit and take pictures with rice flowers when knowing that the rice plants here have bloomed.
|Tham traveled nearly 30 kilometers to Thay Pagoda to take pictures with rice flowers.|
“I accidentally saw a photo of my friend posted on social networks, saw that the rice flower tree in the temple grounds was so beautiful, I immediately invited you to come down here to play. Coming to the temple at this time is very airy, the feeling of space is so pure. In addition, the image of an ancient rice tree lying next to a thousand-year-old pagoda makes me feel that this scene has become more quiet and sacred,” said Tham.
|In the flowering season, the tree loses all its leaves, only the flowers race to “light the fire” on the branches.|
|The ancient rice tree in the campus of Thay Pagoda is about 30m high, the tree stump is massive, two adults hug it.|
|The rice flower blooms with 5 petals, the flower season lasts for nearly a month and gradually falls off before the plant produces young leaves.|
|The ancient rice tree in front of Ca pagoda. This is a large yard.|
|The red flowers are as bright as fire, brilliant in a corner of the sky.|
|The blooming season of rice flowers is also the time when many tourists come to take pictures.|
|The fallen flowers in the yard of the temple become “props” to make beautiful photos, to store memories of a flower season.|
|The graceful girls in white ao dai combined with the red color of rice flowers create simple but beautiful photos with strange charm.|
|The rice flower tree with its characteristic red color not only adorns the scenery of Thay Pagoda but also serves as a testament to the ancient features and millennial culture of the land of the Buddha.|
|In the inner city, when approaching the National Museum of History, the brilliant red color of rice flowers stands out in the colorful space, because in the museum there is also an ancient rice tree.|
|Rice trees and rice fields are familiar images in the countryside in the Northern Delta.|
|Under the rice trees, the fallen flowers still retain their distinctive red color. The bright red flowers on the green grass attract the attention of many people. Just a few minutes of stopping on the street, there are beautiful photos that are not always recorded.|
|Rice flowers are likened to the flowers that cause memory in the city every March.|
|A red-blooming rice tree stands next to an Indochinese-style architecture that Hanoi people used to call by the familiar name “Uncle Co’s house”.|
|The simple red color and the ancient beauty of the Museum just blend together, creating a picture with bold colors in the heart of the capital.|
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