The Obando Fertility Rites are a dance ritual and Catholic festival celebrated every May in Obando, Bulacan, Philippines. From May 17-19 every year, San Pascual Baylon Church holds a three-day devour that draws individuals from all through the nation for Masses, long moving parades through the avenues, and excited dedication inside the congregation.
Couples who go to the city do as such having heard stories of individuals who had battled for quite a long time to have kids, lastly could in the wake of going by or moving in the devour. The couples seek after the same for themselves, or come as a panata, in satisfaction of a promise, to express gratefulness for kids who they accept were conceived through this intervention. Others come to Obando for an assortment of reasons, yet the devour is best known for its ripeness move. The sources of the devour are questionable.
Obando has been the "town of three holy people" since right off the bat in its history. Two holy people, San Pascual Baylon and Santa Clara, mirror the impact of Franciscans in the zone even before the ward's establishment in 1753. The third holy person, Our Lady of Salambáo, reviews a picture of the Virgin said to have been found in 1763 in adjacent waters and cherished in the Obando church. Provincial records confirm the festival of these devour days continuously amid the Spanish pilgrim time frame.