Vesak is a strict and social celebration in Sri Lanka. It is commended upon the arrival of the full moon in the long stretch of May.
Vesak Day is probably the greatest day of the year and is commended by Buddhists everywhere. Buddhists honor the significant occasions that occurred in the existence of Lord Buddha on this day. First comes the introduction of Siddhartha Gautama in Lumbini in Nepal which occurred under the arbor of Sat trees where sovereign Mahamaya brought forth him. The subsequent occasion was Siddharta Gautam's preeminent achievement as the Buddha, the Enlightened One. The third occasion was Lord Buddha's Parinibbana north of 2500 a long time back at Kusinagar.
Aside from Sri Lanka, numerous Asian nations including India, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan observe Vesak. Numerous strict exercises are coordinated during this period in Sri Lanka, for example, Sil crusades, Bodhi Poojas, Dansalas (Freely giving food sources, espresso, tea from individuals), Vesak reflection tunes (Bakthi Gee), pandols (thoran) and lights.
Numerous sanctuaries get loaded up with fans and pioneers all around the country to check this incredible occasion. In sanctuaries Buddhists love, offer blossoms, light lights and consume incense. These conventional observances, generally, have their worth in fulfilling the strict and enthusiastic requirements of individuals.
Buddhists by and large wear a white dress and go to the sanctuary and partake in the customary services. Large numbers of them go through the entire day in the sanctuary and reaffirm their assurance to follow the lessons of Buddha.
On this sacred day the 'Dana' (contributions giving) assumes a significant part. This is an indication of imparting bliss and harmony to individuals. During the Vesak Festival week, the selling of liquor and tissue is generally restricted, with abattoirs likewise being shut.
Other than the selective strict parts of the celebration, the Buddhists of Sri Lanka, beautify their homes and public places and sort out for different widespread developments.