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  hin hod nahm (haang hod)

 

Thailand

A hin hod nahm, or haang hod (fig.) as it is called in Isaan, is a long, wooden, narrow and open receptacle, used by villagers to gather and pour perfumed rain water over Buddhist monks, in a promotion ceremony, known as kong hod.