Losar Sangsol on 02.09.19 at 10am at Willis Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish WA

Incense offering, or Sang-sol, is a ceremony performed by Tibetans from all walks of life to mark important events in their lives. A widespread national custom, it can be preformed individually or in groups, on occasions such as the Dalai Lama’s birthday, marriages, third day of the Tibetan New Year, or preceding other important events. Raising of prayer-flags and sang offering on the third day of Losar is done either collectively or individually. This is perhaps, one of the biggest incense burning occasions. Each family in their fineries gather for the incense offering and hoisting of prayer-flag in all pomp and show. After the incense offering, they do traditional gorshe or circle-dance many times.