Giong Festival is every year celebrated in spring time at a few sections of Hanoi keeping in mind the end goal to remember Saint Giong, one of the four immortals of Vietnam. He is an awesome legend in Vietnam's folklore, with his amazing legitimacy in shielding the nation against remote enemies. According to social specialists, the celebrations held in Phu Dong Temple where Saint Giong was conceived and Soc Temple where he climbed to paradise are the most significant and striking, which have been perceived by UNESCO as an elusive social legacy of humankind.
This social occasion is novel in that it is totally safeguarded and persistently gone on through ages notwithstanding changes of time. Contingent upon goals, the celebration happens in ious events in the year. Giong Festival is on the eighth and ninth day of the fourth lunar month, and it assumes an essential part upgrading patriotism among the nation. Its ceremonies speak to the Saint's accomplishments in the fight against an armed force, for instance: riding a white pony into fight and arranging a refined banner move to symbolize the fight itself.
Giong Festival may be respected a tremendous society theater with several parts, following an institutionalized content. From props, outfits, to parts and characters—every one of them contains significant importance. In the celebration, there are 28 young ladies from 9 to 13 years of age playing the officers of a trespassers. In the move, the character on the warning demonstrates that military summons ought to be entirely taken after. The move's developments, alongside the sound of drums and gongs, express the progressions of the fight.