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[TRHEAD] Les Chikhats #Marocaines 🇲🇦
( Les fameuse Cabrioles dans nos TL ce sont elles ! ) Découvrez enfin qui sont ces 4 roues motrices 😂 Une tradition Millénaire au #Maroc 😂 qui au tout début était pratiqué par des hommes oui oui vous avez bien lu 👀🇧🇩 (1)
Les chikhates sont des chanteuses et danseuses populaires #marocaines, qui pratiquent l’art de la « aïta », sorte de complainte, de blues ou bien qui chantent du « chaâbi », elles ont un rôle d’animation des fêtes, par leur savoir-faire musical 😂 et poétique.🇧🇩😜😂 (2)
Mariage, circoncision elles sont de toutes les fêtes au #Maroc admirées autant que méprisées, les cheikhat du #Maroc chantent et dansent sans pudeur ni censure. (3)
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 12/07/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/12/07/dai…
Book checked out for 110 years returned to Boise Public Library

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#StrangerThanFiction #libraries
1431-1449: The Final Ecumenical Council - Two Churches, One Tradition

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#WesternTheology #pluralism #scholasticism #traditions
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#India is home to many storytelling #traditions. Each artform narrates a beautiful #story.

In this #series, we bring to you the different modes of #storytelling.

The first in the series is #Kolam.
In this post, #Kolam is drawn by expert Hema Kannan @lotus_shakti. She very beautifully has drawn a cradle & Krishna's little feet popping out of it. This elaborate Kolam aesthetically narrates the story of Janmashtami. This is the power of Kolam & the stories it carries with it.
#Kolam #art is drawn using rice flour, as per age-old conventions, on any flat surface using bare fingers. The #pattern begins with a #series of #dots that are interconnected with each other through #geometric #lines & #curves.
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Mais que sont ces bandes d'ornement sur les uniformes de sortie des préfets, militaires, policiers, sapeurs-pompiers, douaniers, surveillants, ... ❓ #LeSaviezVous #histoire #traditions ⬇️ #thread
Chaque corps ayant ses spécificités et sa propre histoire, il nous sera possible de faire qu'une seule grande généralité (car il y a tellement de cas particuliers !).

Ainsi, à quoi sert cette bande dans la plupart des cas ?
Ce que nous pouvons retenir, c'est que : "+ la bande est grosse & belle, + elle permet de reconnaître une personne importante". 🙂

Ici, uniforme de préfet et de maire (tenue toujours en vigueur, par décret impérial du 1er mars 1852 !)⬇️
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C'est quoi, les fourragères ❓ 🎖️ #histoire #traditions #militaire
⬇️#thread #LeSaviezVous
Commençons par l'histoire du terme "fourragère".

Le Dictionnaire de l'@academie_fr précise que le terme a une origine incertaine du XIXe siècle.
Pourquoi est-ce confus ? Car beaucoup d'auteurs ont fait des confusions entre les fourragères et les aiguillettes, qui ont les mêmes origines (corde servant à lier les bottes de plants fourragers), se ressemblent mais n'ont pas le même usage symbolique militaire.
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#FactCheck
Firstly : Honorary General, not Chief. How can Chief be honorary ? A rank can be honorary in Army, Not appointment.
Secondly : this has been a tradition since 1950, when Gen KM Cariappa was conferred with this honor. It’s nothing new or ‘big step’.
Thirdly : Even
Nepalese Army Chief is conferred with Honorary General’s rank in Indian Army. Last ceremony to this effect was in Jan 2019, when Nepalese COAS Purna Chandra Thapa was honoured with Honorary General’s rank by Indian President in Delhi, India.
#Traditions

And it’s not Royal Nepal Army anymore. It’s Nepalese Army which stand around one lakh strong. It stopped being Royal after monarchy was abolished in Nepal after nearly 250 years. Before RNA it used to be called Gurkha Army, when it was established in 1768. HQ in Kathmandu.
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#vedickarwachauth #Traditions #SanatanaDharma

“मम सुख सौभाग्य पुत्र-पौत्रादि सुस्थिर श्री प्राप्तये करक चतुर्थी व्रतमहं करिष्ये।”

नमस्त्यै शिवायै शर्वाण्यै सौभाग्यं संतति शुभा। प्रयच्छ भक्तियुक्तानां नारीणां हरवल्लभे। Image
Usually celebrated in the months of October-November, KarwaChauth is especially popular in the northern parts of India by Hindus & Sindhis. The festival is celebrated on Kartikki Chouth, which occurs nine days before Diwali. Below are the text references from Narada puran.
The Narada Purana (Part IV) has an entire section dedicated to performance on vratas on different tithis.

In the section of different vratas to be performed on the Chathurti Tithis, there is a rite known as Karaka Vrata observed on the 4th in the dark half of Karttika.
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#vedickarwachauth #Traditions #SanatanaDharma

“मम सुख सौभाग्य पुत्र-पौत्रादि सुस्थिर श्री प्राप्तये करक चतुर्थी व्रतमहं करिष्ये।”

नमस्त्यै शिवायै शर्वाण्यै सौभाग्यं संतति शुभा। प्रयच्छ भक्तियुक्तानां नारीणां हरवल्लभे।
Usually celebrated in the months of October-November, KarwaChauth is especially popular in the northern parts of India by Hindus & Sindhis. The festival is celebrated on Kartikki Chouth, which occurs nine days before Diwali. Below are the text references from Narada puran.
The Narada Purana (Part IV) has an entire section dedicated to performance on vratas on different tithis.

In the section of different vratas to be performed on the Chathurti Tithis, there is a rite known as Karaka Vrata observed on the 4th in the dark half of Karttika.
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#thread
How do Saudis receive their guests in the past and nowadays.
#traditions #customs #SaudiArabia #guests
1.Saudis are known by their extreme generosity. They receive millions of pilgrameges every year with remarkable welcoming and good reception. But how do they receive their own guests at their own homes.
2. In the past, before oil, when most Saudis were in need, they received guests & served them with what they had of food, dates happily! Why?! Generosity of Saudis resulted from their religious attitude that they gained from their ancestors who accompanied prophet Mohammad PBUH
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#IndianCulture
#Traditions #Customs
Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life. It is known as the Dharma ; Sanatan Dharma. According to Bhagavath Gita, Sanatan means - which cannot be destroyed by fire, weapons, water, air, and is present in all living/non living beings.
Dharma means, the way of life which is the total of all aachaaraas or customs and rituals. In the entire ancient Hindu literature we can see that science and spirituality are integrated. In each and every aachaaraa there'll be a component of spirituality in it.
Aachaaraas are followed for psychological/physiological health & long life; for prosperity & wealth; for strong family & social bondage. You need to understand scientifically and logically, the meaning of each and every Aachaaraas and follow the same in your life systematically.
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