Loi Krathong coincides with the Lanna (northern Thai) festival known as "Yi Peng" (Thai: ยี่เป็ง) (khom loi (Thai: โคมลอย), literally: "floating lanterns") are launched into the air where they resemble large flocks of giant fluorescent jellyfish gracefully floating by through the sky.People usually make khom loi from a thin fabric, such as rice paper, to which a candle or fuel cell is attached. When the fuel cell is lit, the resulting hot air which is trapped inside the lantern creates enough lift for the khom loi to float up in to the sky
In northern Thailand, the belief that Loy Krathong
- Apology to the Ganges River. The human use of water. Drinking water. Including waste and sewage into the river.
- Worship the Buddha's footprint. The Buddha's footprint stamped on the beach at Gangnam. In India.
- A floating suffering. Grief and disease. To float to the river.