Tapdori is a Passing around a pagoda three times in a clockwise direction and keeping it on one's right side while keeping palms pressed together.
sometimes with a sutra on one's head, to pay homage to the Buddha.
Going around a pagoda is like offering a prayer ceremony to pay homage to the virtue and dharma of Buddha.
It is not only a part of monastic culture, but also a way for the laity to practice their beliefs.
In the early form of Tapdori, it was an important way of practicing one’s faith and culture. but later on,
it took on the characteristics of a festival, gradually becoming integrated into the seasonal folk customs among commoners.