fireworks In Thailand.

Fireworks In Thailand

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Do you enjoy seeing fireworks? I adore fireworks because they are so beautiful and are commonly used to commemorate special occasions or festivals. But I’m not sure where it comes from and how it was made? So today I’d like to talk about fireworks In Thailand.

Many historians believe that humans found gunpowder, a fundamental ingredient in producing pyrotechnics, by happenstance around 2,000 years ago.

It is reported that a Chinese cook who was already interested in alchemy mixed a sulfur combination with charcoal and clay. When the three elements are combined, they make a black powder that burns into flames. After that people put this powder was poured into hallowed out bamboo sticks and made for would ward off evil spirits (and later stiff paper tubes) forming the first man made fireworks.

Fireworks in Thailand.

Period of Sukhothai, many people play fire, and they called it “fire play” according to an inscription on a stone. Later it wasn’t called “fire play” in the Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin eras. Instead, the term “fireworks” appears. There is evidence that numerous sorts of fireworks were called, implying that fireworks were used. Both royal and royal rituals have their own customs.

Currently, fireworks in Thailand very popular. They enjoy doing it in the beginning of the year, as well as for celebrations and festivals. So you had no trouble finding fireworks in Thailand. In new year 2021, I went to Hua Hin to celebrate the New Year, and they had a fireworks display. It’s just stunning and beautiful

On the other hand, fireworks must be handled with really caution because they can inflict burns and eye problems in children and adults if not handled properly. I hope you enjoy my video, and please share any nice videos you have with us.

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