Royal Plowing Ceremony
The Royal Plowing Ceremony, or "Chrort Preah Neang Korl"in Khmer language, is a prediction ceremony. During the Plowing Ceremony, Cambodian believes they can predict a range of events including epidemics, floods, good harvests and excessive rainfall. The Royal Plowing Ceremony is help every year in May at the Veal Preahmein Square in Phnom Penh, north of the Royal Palace and in front of the National Museum. It is comforting for Khmer to believe that the angels are still watching over us. As they say in Cambodia, long live the Khmer traditions, long live Cambodia.