Traditions of the New year in Japan
Japan is known for its abundance of tradition, here and new year's holidays was not an exception. Want to know what are the traditions of New year in Japan happened…

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Iran and Central Asia in ancient times. Natural conditions and population
Iran is a vast plateau, Central part of which is barren desert with a pronounced continental climate. More conducive to the development of the economy and culture of the oases…

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Strange wedding traditions

Let’s start with the wedding traditions of India, where there is a strange custom whereby girls marry animals. Many girls were forced to marry animals because in some parts of India it is believed that it helps banish the ghosts. This was especially true of girls who were born with milk teeth, or too terrible girls. It was believed that these girls are owned by the evil spirit. The only way to banish the ghosts for a girl to marry an animal, typically a goat or dog. This suit is generous and lush wedding ceremony, with drinks and dancing. The good news is that the girl does not have to perform his conjugal duty to the dog, she has the right to marry a man later, after the expulsion of ghosts. I wonder how they determine that the Ghost banished and who makes the decision. It should be noted that there is a tradition in many Asian countries, not only in India

A strange tradition is in Greece, when a young Greek bride is celebrating his wedding. The ritual is that she plants are young, immature in the sexual relation of the boy on his knee. Then she bites the bun, the braided ring around his neck. After this the bride takes her new husband, and brings Continue reading

Atma Ananda - Sacred Asia: traditions and stories.
Sacred Asia: traditions and stories Atma Ananda Sacred Asia: traditions and stories West is West, East is East and with the place they will go, until you see the Sky…

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Children's Day in Japan
Children in Japan are very sensitive and up to a certain age are considered heavenly creatures, therefore, celebrate the days of children formally three times a year. In early may,…

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