Dzamling Chi Sang
Dzamling Chi Sang (Tib. འཛམ་གླིང་སྤྱི་བསང་, Wyl. dzam gling spyi bsang), 'local deities' day' or 'universal prayer day' falls on the fifteenth day of the fifth Tibetan month. It is marked by extensive offerings, especially of sang, made to local deities and earth spirits, often performed on the top of a hill, and combined with picnics and celebrations.