The Panagyaman Rice Festival was the principal national festival devoted to the triumphs of little agriculturists who have been the spine in the crusade for a Hungry-Free Philippines. April was decided for the recognition of the celebration on the grounds that the achievement of rice generation and gather in April gives substance and importance to the merriments and holidays held the nation over in May and June. The celebration assembles the nearby people together to praise their rich collect in brilliant and enthusiastic soul. Different exercises are organized, including road moving, singing, a buoy parade, agro-modern and exchange fairs, and sportsfest.
A few areas have rice customs. Cases of these are Ilocos Norte's Ani at Mannalon, Quezon's Pahiyas, Ifugao's Bakle promotion Nadacadian; Cebu's Sinaggiyaw; Negros Occidential's Pasalamat; and the Agawan ng Suman sa Tayabas, a tribute to San Isidro Labrador, the supporter holy person of agriculturists. Panagyaman is an Ilocano expression for thanksgiving of pasasalamat. History is loaded with accounts where Filipino ranchers offer piece of their harvests in thanksgiving to the Great Provider or their town's supporter holy person. The Panagyaman Rice Festival is a festival of the agriculturists' diligent work and devotion. The huge part of rice in the sustenance supply, economy, and culture of Filipinos is the focal point of numerous celebration festivities in the nation.
In 2015, the five remarkable rice creating territories were Ilocos Norte, Nueva Vizcaya, Occidental Mindoro, Davao del Norte, and Davao Oriental. These regions each got a trophy and P4 million worth of horticultural venture gifts amid the 2015 Agri-Pinoy Rice Achievers Awards APRAA at the Resorts World Manila in April, 2016. Nueva Ecija, which has been named the bread container due to its capacity to create a lot of rice, had prior gotten the Hall of Fame grant for having won APRRA three times alongside Pangasinan, Ilocos Norte, Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela, Bulacan, Occidental Mindoro, and Davao del Sur.