Meak Bochea Day is an important public holiday and religious festival In Cambodia. Meak Bochea Day recognizes the last sermon given by Buddha, in which he outlined the "heart of Buddhism" in three standards: stopping all malicious, doing just what is great, and purifying the psyche. It is additionally said that, on this day, Buddha effectively anticipated the day of his own demise, which happened three months after the fact. The day of his demise was additionally the day of his introduction to the world and of his purported illumination encounter. It is likewise celebrated in Cambodia as Visak Bochea Day.
In Buddhism, a full moon day is viewed as a blessed day and is viewed as the ideal time to atone of sins and "make justifies." The additional verifiable noteworthiness of the full moon on Meak Bochea Day transforms it into a day of contrition, of doing great deeds for merits, and of recollecting the lessons of Buddha. To these finishes, numerous go to nearby sanctuaries and pagodas on this day to perform justify making acts. They additionally endeavor to decontaminate their brains, stay away from all transgressions, and to hold fast to the greater part of the Buddha's summons. Those charges incorporate shirking of drinking mixed refreshments, slaughtering, taking, and lying. Numerous who have broken these statutes will look for absolution on Meak Bochea Day.