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Sinulog Festival

19 Jan 2020
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19 Jan 2020
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About Sinulog Festival

The festival is thought to be first of most well known celebrations in the Philippines, with each celebration of the festival routinely pulling in around 1 to 2 million individuals from everywhere throughout the Philippines consistently. The Sinulog-Santo Nino Festival is an annual cultural and religious festival held on the third Sunday of January in Cebu City, and is the center of the Santo Nino Catholic festivals in the Philippines.

Beside the religious part of the celebration, Sinulog is additionally well known for its road parties, as a rule happening the prior night and the evening of the primary celebration. The word Sinulog originates from the Cebuano intensifier sinulog which generally signifies "like water momentum development", it depicts the forward-in reverse development of the Sinulog move. The dance comprises of two stages forward and one stage in reverse, done to the sound of drums.

The dance is categorized into Sinulog-base, Free-Interpretation, and road dancing. Candle sellers at the Basilica keep on performing the customary iant of the move when lighting a candle for the client, typically joined by melodies in the local dialect. Sinulog is the custom supplication move respecting Senor Santo Nino or the Child Jesus. A picture of the Child Jesus is said to be the baptismal blessing the Portuguese conquistador Ferdinand Magellan gave Hara Amihan Humanay of Zebu now Cebu in April 1521. The picture, accepted to be marvelous, is housed at the Basilica Minore del Santo Nino in downtown Cebu City.


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