Boun Makha Busa or Magha Puja is a Buddhist festival in Laos that falls on the night of full moon day, in February.
This festival is held annually to commemorates the speech given by the Buddha to 1250 monks, and to people who took care of him. The speech given is known as "Ovadha Patimokha" which mentioned that people must not fish, must do good and must purify their mind.
Boun Khao Chi is an annual festival where the laypeople would make a special bread of sticky rice and grilled after being dipped in egg batter. This bread is specially made so that it could be given as an offering to the Buddhist Monks in the morning.