Al-Qarqe’an .. Customs that have been inherited by generations and Gulf peoples in Ramadan

2023-04-07 2023-04-07T13:36:20Z
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Weather of Arabia - The custom of Qirqe'an is one of the common Ramadan customs in the Gulf countries, and this custom is to gather children in neighboring homes to exchange sweets and gifts in the holy month of Ramadan.

Definition of Qirqe’an:

The word "Qarqe'an" in Arabic means "the hustle and bustle of children", and this custom is characterized by the gathering of children in neighboring homes to exchange sweets and gifts and eat delicious sweets.

Importance and Purpose of Gergean:

Gergean is an opportunity to strengthen social ties and bonding between families and neighbourhoods. This habit is a way to teach children the value of cooperation, solidarity and giving. Qirqe'an is also an opportunity to express love and appreciation to others and to communicate with neighbors and friends.

How is the tradition of Gergean celebrated?

The Gergean celebration begins on the twelfth night of Ramadan and continues until the end of the month. This custom is represented in gathering children in neighboring homes, where carts and baskets are decorated with various decorations and filled with sweets and gifts. Children go to neighboring neighborhoods with family and friends to exchange sweets and gifts. Children decorate themselves with colorful traditional Gulf costumes and sing popular hymns.

The Qirqe’an celebration includes eating popular and traditional sweets such as luqaimat, tamees, stuffed dates, qatayef, halva and other sweets. Gifts are also exchanged between children, as various gifts such as toys, sweets and small physical gifts are prepared.

The forms and types of gifts that are exchanged in the tradition of Qirqe’an vary, and they include traditional wooden toys, clothes, sweets, school supplies, and small vehicles such as bicycles and small cars. The value of gifts and sweets varies according to the family and region.

In the end, the Qirqe’an custom is one of the popular Gulf traditions that embody the spirit of cooperation, solidarity and giving in the holy month of Ramadan. This habit is an opportunity to strengthen social relations and teach children the value of respect and appreciation for others.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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