The annual Royal Ploughing Ceremony, traditionally held in May, has been cancelled in light of the pandemic.
Brahmin priests and astrologers predict a bumper harvest in the Kingdom following a ritual held during Royal Ploughing Ceremony.
The royal oxen on Wednesday consumed rice, corn and bean at the Royal Ploughing ceremony in Takeo province, suggesting that this year’s crops are bumper.
Over 10,000 to celebrate Ploughing.
More than 10,000 people are expected to take part in tomorrow’s Royal Ploughing Ceremony be held on a football field in Takeo province’s Daun Keo city.
Cambodia expects that crop yields of rice, corn and beans will be better than average this year, according to a prediction.