Research on Totem Culture of Yifan Festival of Mulao Nationality in Luocheng County


  • Meilin Xie



Totem, Yifan Festival, Taoist sacrifice, Music culture research.


The Taoist sacrificial music activities of the Mulao people on Yifan Festival are part of the Taoist culture. Therefore, the totem culture of Taoism can be seen everywhere in the life of the Mulao people. These totem cultures have witnessed the history of the Mulao people. The totems in the Mulao Yifan Festival are the product of the combination of Taoist culture and the Yifan Festival, representing the Mulao people's dependence on gods. It is believed that through totem culture, more gods can be recognized, and more Blessings, reduce all kinds of disasters.


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19 September 2022

How to Cite

Xie, M. (2022). Research on Totem Culture of Yifan Festival of Mulao Nationality in Luocheng County. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 4(3), 55–56.