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Chinese Offering Paper or joss paper was burning in the stove in Chinese Ghost Festival. It was believe that to send the money or asset to the predecessor who passed away.
Set of food offerings for Chinese Ghost Festival (Zhong Yuan Jie / Yu Lan Jie) or Tomb Sweeping Day (Qing Ming Jie). Chinese festival item collection. Vector illustration. (caption: offerings)
People make ancestor worship by burning paper offerings on the street of Hong Kong during the Chinese Hungry Ghost (Yu Lan) Festival.
Chinese Joss Paper, traditional for passed away ancestor's 

spirits with selective focus. (ghost money for Chinese dead people) Calligraphy means money.
Burning Chinese Joss papers or ghost money  in Chinese New Year or Qingming Festival at Tomb sweeping day in Myanmar or Burma. Day of the dead. First person view.
Burning the silver and gold fake money paper for Chinese dead people ancestors. Joss paper money burning metal bucket dead in Chinese new year
PENANG, MALAYSIA - MAR 9, 2018 : Joss Paper are sheets of paper and made into burnt offerings common in Chinese ancestral worship such the veneration of the deceased family members and relatives
PENANG, MALAYSIA - MAR 9, 2018 : Joss Paper are sheets of paper and made into burnt offerings common in Chinese ancestral worship such the veneration of the deceased family members and relatives
Chinese people believe that When the dead are one world to another world called "Yin Gang", so the children had to send money to them. To show gratitude With thee Then burn it to paper
Chinese traditional burning joss paper
PENANG, MALAYSIA - MAR 9, 2018 : Joss Paper are sheets of paper and made into burnt offerings common in Chinese ancestral worship such the veneration of the deceased family members and relatives
Vector Illustration of Chinese Ghost Festival Offerings.Traditional Opening of the Hell Gate Day to the spirits and is known as Hungry Ghost Festival.
Pattern of Joss Paper, Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Selective focus
Set of colorful snack, Mandarin orange, Tea, candle, incense stick and joss money paper for worship to Taoism Gods / Goddess and ancestors in Chinese cultures in all Chinese Festival. Copy space
Bangkok, Thailand – July 20, 2020: Joss paper (ghost money or spirit money) prepared to be burnt as offerings in Chinese ancestral worship in Bangkok, Thailand, Asia
Gold Chinese joss paper aka ghost money, spirit money or hell bank notes which is used for ancestral worship or prayer. Chinese words read "Good fortune, peace and prosperity"
Yunlin, Taiwan - July 13th, 2019: chinese joss gold paper craft on a table at Beigang Chaotian Temple, Yunlin, Taiwan, Asia
Chinese paper money for the god.
Praying items for Buddha and Taoist Deities. Joss, Paper, candle and smoke. Hungry ghost festival praying ceremony. Flat lay. Copy space. Religion concept. On the white background.
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Isolated on white background
KOWLOON, HONG KONG - APRIL 22, 2017: Joss Paper Offerings Shop for Funeral and Ceremonies in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Joss Paper, Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits
Chinese gold paper use for make sacrifice to gods, isolated on white background
SURATTHANI, THAILAND - FEBRUARY 18 : People burns fake money for ancestor beliefs of the Chinese people in Chinese New Year on February 18, 2015 in Suratthani, Thailand.
Vector illustration of local incense and paper-crafted offering shop in Hong Kong
Yunlin, Taiwan - July 13th, 2019: chinese joss gold paper craft on a table at Beigang Chaotian Temple, Yunlin, Taiwan, Asia
Joss paper in Penang Chinese temple
Chinese Joss fortune paper stacked revealing oriental symbols
Pile of Joss paper, isolated on white background. Clipping path included.
Banner with tombstone draw and kite silhouette in a scroll decorated with beautiful flowers and joss sticks to celebrate Qingming or Pure Brightness Festival (written in Chinese calligraphy).
Abstract joss paper or Chinese gold paper red frame for Chinese traditional day. background texture.
Yunlin, Taiwan - July 13th, 2019: chinese joss gold paper craft on a table at Beigang Chaotian Temple, Yunlin, Taiwan, Asia
Traditional Chinese, Chinese Gold and Joss Paper or Ghost Money for Chinese New Year Celebration and Special Occasions.
Yunlin, Taiwan - July 13th, 2019: chinese joss gold paper craft on a table at Beigang Chaotian Temple, Yunlin, Taiwan, Asia
orange and joss paper for worship at chinese temple
Hell money (Joss Paper) for Chinese ghost festival was taken on 25 August 2018 at Bangkok, Thailand
Joss paper -burn some paper money for the Gods
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Isolated on white background
Chinese devotees burning paper offerings during QingMing celebration at temple
Joss Money papers and colorful papers for Tomb sweeping day or Qing ming festival / Chinese ghost day , isolated on black background
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Isolated on white background
Colorful Assortment of Joss Paper
Set of Chinese offerings Vector illustration. Chinese offerings, Joss paper and Ghost Money on red pattern background with copy space.
Joss paper are sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese (Chinese new year)
joss paper gold and silver paper for worship with Joss Paper Chinese Tradition. Gold Paper folded for passed away ancestor's spirits for chinese ceremony.
Chinese Offering Paper, Chinese traditional for burning pay respect to god or passed away ancestor's spirits for Chinese ceremony.
burning of Chinese bank note of dead
Chinese Offering Paper, Chinese traditional for burning pay respect to god or passed away ancestor's spirits for Chinese ceremony.
chinese traditional burn paper, joss paper, sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese deity or ancestor worship ceremonies
sacrificial offerings, spirit money and ghost money on the table in a tmeple.  Chinese deity and religion.
Joss paper, pattern of joss papers in gold for texture and background, Chinese new year concept
Joss paper, pattern of joss papers in gold for texture and background, Chinese new year concept
joss paper gold and silver paper for worship with Joss Paper Chinese Tradition. Gold Paper folded for passed away ancestor's spirits for chinese ceremony.
Set of Joss paper (also known as ghost money) Vector illustration. Chinese tradition for passed away ancestor's spirits on holidays and special occasions. in Chinese writing "Joss Paper".
Golden and red paper background, graphic creative abstract
Chinese gold paper use for make sacrifice to gods
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits
Chinese traditional burn paper, joss paper, sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese deity or ancestor worship ceremonies
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Burning of Joss Paper During Chinese New Year
Incense paper are sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese (Chinese new year)
joss paper, memorial service offering money for the dead person
burning of Chinese bank note of dead
Burning the silver and gold fake money paper for Chinese dead people  ancestors. Joss paper money burning metal bucket dead  in Chinese new year.
Chinese Ghost Festival offerings in flat design style. (Caption: Yu Lan Jie ; 14th of July)
Chinese paper offerings on sale at a store in Chinatown, Bangkok, Thailand. Travel and culture concept.
Joss Paper Isolated on white, selective focus. Joss paper are sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese (Chinese new year and Qing Ming day - Chinese funeral day)
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition
Joss paper Chinese tradition (Silver/Gold Paper) for passed away ancestor's spirits
Pattern of Joss Paper, Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Selective focusPattern of Joss Paper, Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Selective focus
Chinese Joss Paper, traditional for passed away ancestor's spirits with selective focus
Burn Joss Paper in Chinese New Year Festival at Thailand.
Joss Paper Chinese Tradition for Passed Away Ancestor's spirits, Isolated on white background
For the death of a relative were funeral rites
money paper for respect ancestors, qing ming festival
Burn for god
moon festival or mid autumn festival , food and decoration vector
Qingming or Ching Ming festival, with 2 old man banner illustration. (Chinese translation: Tomb-Sweeping Day, Remembering ancestors)
Traditional Chinese, Illustration of Chinese Gold Paper and Joss Paper or Ghost Money for Chinese New Year Celebration and Special Occasions.
Silver paper, gold paper, joss paper for Chinese celebration with Chinese bless word.
PENANG ,MALAYSIA- MARCH 28 ,2015:Chinese people prepare respect ancestors ,Money paper,food, and tea for people paying respects to relationship people diedat Qing Ming Festival on March 28 ,2015.
Traditional Chinese, Stack of Joss Paper or Ghost Money for Chinese New Year Celebration and Special Occasions.
Incense paper are sheets of paper that are burned in traditional Chinese (Chinese new year)
Pile of Joss paper
Sacrificial offering Chinese Culture in The Qingming Festival
Ching ming festival or tomb sweeping day illustration
Old lady brunt joss paper–money worshiping god. Vector illustration
Burning the Joss Money (Paper Money, Silver and Gold papers) to Ancestors and Gods in Chinese new year, Qingming (Tomb sweeping day) festival and Ghost festival. Selective focus.
Bricks arranged in layers in a circular shape to be used as a place to burn joss paper for the ancestors at the mausoleum area. Laying bricks on each shelf alternates.
KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN -- MARCH 16, 2014: A large stack of joss paper is prepared for burnt offerings at a local religious ceremony.
Pile of Joss paper, Joss paper also known as ghost money, are sheets of paper and/or paper-crafts made into burnt offerings which are common in traditional Chinese religious .
Joss Money papers for Tomb sweeping day or Qing ming festival / Chinese ghost day , isolated on black background
Selective focus on marigolds in a Thai style garland with dahlia and jasmine as a component. It was placed on the joss paper that was used to pay homage to the ancestors of the Chinese people.
Red Lantern on the blue sky
View of joss papers being burned in the fire during chinese new year festival
BANNER, LONG FORMAT Burning the silver and gold fake money paper for Chinese dead people ancestors. Joss paper money burning metal bucket dead in Chinese new year
Joss paper folded and hanged under the roof
BANNER, LONG FORMAT Burning the silver and gold fake money paper for Chinese dead people ancestors. Joss paper money burning metal bucket dead in Chinese new year
Joss paper burning in metal bucket for dead ancestors .Chinese people believe that the dead ancestors will get paper money.burning of Chinese bank note of dead.burn paper money and make offerings.
Joss paper burning in metal bucket for dead ancestors .Chinese people believe that the dead ancestors will get paper money.burning of Chinese bank note of dead.burn paper money and make offerings.
Gold Chinese joss paper aka ghost money, spirit money or hell bank notes folded in an ingot shape for ancestral worship or prayer. Chinese words read "Good fortune, peace and prosperity"
Chinese Offering Paper or joss paper was burning in the stove in Chinese Ghost Festival. It was believe that to send the money or asset to the predecessor who passed away.
incense stick and candle light for pray
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