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Distinguished customs of peoples in the month of Ramadan

طقس العرب GO 2021-04-24 2021-04-24T09:52:40Z
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Distinguished customs of peoples in the month of Ramadan

Arab Weather - After the sighting of the crescent moon of the blessed month of Ramadan is confirmed, Muslims begin many preparations that are compatible with the rituals of the holy month, and despite the presence of some established customs among all Muslims in spending the month of Ramadan, each people has its own peculiarities and customs that distinguish it from others, and in this article We will review some of the customs and rituals of the peoples in Ramadan.

 

  • Morocco .. New clothes and utensils: As soon as the blessed month of Ramadan begins, Moroccans start hitting the horn seven times for the Sahur, and congratulate each other by saying: Awashir Mabrouka, and on the first day of Ramadan, they wear new clothes, and buy new kitchen utensils.

 

  • Turkey .. The scents of musk and perfumes: As soon as the sighting of the crescent is proven, blues are released in all homes to express joy, and the Turks begin to scent the scents of musk, rose water and amber on the thresholds of their doors and the areas surrounding their homes.

 

  • Sudan .. Renewal of cooking utensils: Muslims in Sudan are keen to renew their kitchen utensils as soon as the month of Ramadan arrives, and they consider this a ritual celebration in the holy month, and voices of reciting the Qur’anic surahs are louder among the ranks of Sudanese women on the morning of the month of Ramadan, and Ramadan in Sudan is characterized by the gathering of families in The squares so that their collective breakfast, and sometimes women break their fast at home, and men carry their breakfast and eat it on the street in front of the house to allow passersby to have breakfast with them without embarrassment.

  • Pakistan .. The Boiled Egg War: They hold a big celebration on the first day of Ramadan to celebrate the children who fast for the first time, in order to encourage them to continue. One of their rituals is to hold a competition known as the “Boiled Egg Competition” and they hold it throughout the days of Ramadan, which begins in the evening and ends at the time of Suhoor. Where the contestant grabs a boiled egg and hits it with an egg in his opponent's hand in order to break it and qualify for the second stage.

 

  • Uzbekistan .. Collective Iftar: Muslims break the fast in Uzbekistan in groups, and they are keen to slaughter a sheep on the first day of Ramadan, and they serve loaves of bread that are baked at home with milk and oil, and black tea is the first to attend the breakfast table.

 

  • Thailand .. Cooking for wives is forbidden for husbands: Muslims in Thailand maintain a strange habit in Ramadan, which is that the food that the wife cooks is forbidden for the husband to eat it, and it is sent to other people, and for this they meet collectively so that each husband eats from another table.

 

  • Nigeria ... tables for women and another for men: they break the fast in groups, and divide the tables into two parts, one for women and the other for men, and every family must host one of the poor daily at the breakfast table throughout the blessed month of Ramadan.

 

  • Malaysia .. Tawaf in the home: they spread decorations everywhere to celebrate Ramadan, and among the strange customs of women is that they strive to circumambulate homes and read the Qur’an in the time between Iftar and Suhur.

 

  • Comoros .. torches and drums: As soon as the sighting of the crescent of Ramadan becomes evident, Muslims in the Comoros carry torches and head to the coasts with torches, and beat drums of joy in celebration of the coming of Ramadan, and their celebration continues until the pre-dawn meal.

 

  • China .. Iftar after prayer: Chinese Muslims eat their main Iftar after the sunset prayer, so that they break their fast with a date pill with a cup of tea sweetened with an amount of sugar.

 

  • Indonesia .. carrying torches and beating the bedouins: Muslims in Indonesia beat the traditional drums "bedouks" as soon as the sighting of the crescent moon of Ramadan becomes evident, as an expression of their joy for the advent of the holy month, as children go out carrying torches to celebrate the advent of the month of Ramadan, and the Indonesian Ramadan table has a special character, so the fasting people begin They break their fast on dates or syrup of "Syrian Timon", which is a type of "melon". Then they eat sweets, the most famous of which is potato candy or "kulak", which is boiled potatoes mixed with brown sugar and coconut, and then they go to perform the Maghrib prayer and then return to their main meal .

 

  • Mauritania .. Ramadan Poetry: They are keen to complete the entire Holy Qur’an on the first night of Ramadan, and men shave their heads a few days before the advent of Ramadan so that it grows with the days of the blessed month, and they call it “Ramadan poetry.” Some families are keen to hold their children's wedding parties in Ramadan from The door of optimism and optimism.

 

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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